Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
So for the last week I have been throwing myself into caring for and training Mal so he will be ready for his certification, and to give myself something positive to focus on. I think the only reason giving Harlow away did not put me in the hospital was because Mal was already here. He has already helped me so much. I have had a few panic attacks this week and he always comes right over to me, wanting me to pet him or play fetch with his toy. He already knows his job. Mom is upset, I need to make her happy.
Hopefully everything I have had to let go of in the past few months will have this same theme. Letting go of things that you love deeply, is killing you to lose, and you had wanted for years is horribly painful, but sometimes you have to let go so the next good thing can come.
I hope Harlow feels the same. I hope as much as he loves me he found a better, forever home and people who love him as much as I do.
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Hubs is job hunting like a monster! Nothing has shaken loose yet, but he is working any and every angle he can think of. This morning he got all cleaned up and after he drops Ladybug off at school he is going to print off a fresh batch of résumés and make some more rounds.
There is one place in particular he will be waiting at the door when they open. Because we hope it is THE ONE we worked a little job hunting spell this morning.
I put one of our last phallus candles and his bear paw necklace next to a shell filled with a foreign coin, a buckeye, an emerald,(non jewel grade,obviously.) a bloodstone, and a leopard obsidian.
Over this I sprinkled Yule pine needles (we always keep some needles from our Yule tree) 4-leaf clover powder, and blessed thistle.
Pray for us today, my friends. Hopefully we will have good news to share very soon.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Monday, October 8, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Our trip from Arizona back east to Indiana was long, tiring, but beautiful. We drove through southern New Mexico the first day, through gorgeous mountain passes and vast pine forests to Roswell. We would have made better time if we had gone on but after supper we decided to stay the night there. I'm happy to report we were not abducted by aliens...that we can recall.
We arrived in Indiana Monday evening to the house I grew up in that was then my families house, and is now my sister's house. It feels strange. I feel like an intruder. I did not expect to feel this way.
I was well aware that my hometown is no longer "home" to me, but I was not prepared for the house to feel so foreign and almost hostile.
I have been very much enjoying having time with my sister, so I know it's not that. It puzzles me.
I went to the park last night and sat for about an hour. That, at least, felt familiar and welcoming.
Tomorrow is the rehearsal, Saturday is the wedding, and Sunday morning we head back out west where we belong. Our family and friends have been wonderful, but Indiana itself seems to be done with us.
Merry Meet, Merry Part, and Merry Meet Again...
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