It’s been a good week. I’ve enjoyed the last week of the holidays, spending time with Tabitha and my husband and making moments count. We have enjoyed hot chocolates in cafes by the sea, watched Ferdinand at Newlyn Filmhouse and had lots of fun just enjoying each other’s company.
There was part of me that was like ‘I must do it ALL now’ but it made me feel worn out just thinking about it. I have been fighting of some virus that never got too awful, but just made me feel very tired and gave me a very husky voice.
This made me reflect on how the moon will return to fullness again and that I can always use that time as a signal to take stock, get organised and release. It feels really good to be in tune with the cyclical nature of things. Life can seem so linear at times and it’s helpful to be aware that life is a bit more like a spiral where you return to a similar point of awareness with a little more experience and understanding.
The picture of the triple moon fairy/goddess was one of my 100 fairies that made it into my book Glitter and Earth: Tales of Magic and Wonder. I had had some canvases printed for my book launch, wanted to sell them and actually never did much more than taking some poor photos of them and listing on Etsy.
I stored them under my bed and felt the prod of failure every time I thought about them.
When going through my cleaning though I decided that enough was enough. They had served their purpose and I could have them. I have now put a couple up and I love it that my energy had now shifted to think positively about them.
I love my crystals, but I do tend to forget about them sometimes. It was nice to line them up earlier and see how gorgeous they look. The big quartz one is a ‘bridge’, a master crystal that is supposed to help you connect your lower self with your higher self. I like it a lot. There is also a tantric twin there which is good for relationships and love. It’s always good to focus on love.
Things get back to normal next week. Tabitha goes back to school and I go back to Sennen Market. It’s going to feel a bit strange getting her ready for school again and for me to get all my work set up again. I think that the first bit is the hardest. Once you have got into the routine it’s not so bad, but it breaks my heart to see Tabitha upset and I hope it won’t be too difficult for her to make the transition back again.
Anyway, I hope you have a good week - I’m looking forward to see what unfolds.