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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.

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You and me both, Virgo Sis. These posts are encouraging though; I've been needing re-assurance that my choice to live a creative/artistic life is valid, and these words help immensely.

Hugs to you!

By Blogger Marg, at 11:45 AM  

Ah but Bess, you DO live in paradise. :-)

By Blogger Clara Parkes, at 11:38 AM  

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Saturday, May 23, 2009  

Your Week Ahead



Imagine that you want to pass through a doorway. You expect this to be difficult. You anticipate a struggle with the lock. So, you pack keys, crowbars and other barrier-busting equipment. When you get to the entrance, the way is perfectly clear. There's just one problem. It is narrow. You can only get into the opening if you put your package down. You feel reluctant. It has been giving you a sense of security. Yet really, why do you need it any more? The triple conjunction of Jupiter, Neptune and Chiron is urging you to forget an old fear and embrace a very real opportunity. Happiness is easier to get than you think.

This from MrHoroscope. and from MsHoroscope there is this promise especially for the coming Wednesday:

a major Jupiter/Neptune link which only happens once every 12 years. It's about artistry and dreams, about how laughter is the best medicine. It's a powerful time for energetic healing, too. And for anyone who feels like they need to visit a chiropractor. Amazing results are pretty much guaranteed. Ditto anyone doing creative visualisation and meditation, yoga, tai chi and anything else which settles down yer chakras and meridians.

Of course, I only ever follow the good things that are written in horoscopes and maybe, just maybe, I won't buy a computer during a Mercury Retrograde, and perhaps even have a little patience during those times, with traffic delays and other motion snafus. Otherwise, I only look for the good news and I think this sounds like good news for a Queen who has had to spend a lot of time in hospitals and rehabs over the past month.

Truth is, I've been fighting off the blues for quite a while. I rode high in the weeks leading up to MS&W and I certainly had a splendid time at the library summit put on by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (May I brag? A link to story that features Essex Public Library) 2 weeks ago. But a sadness has dodged my heels too - some of it understandable, and some of it inexplicable. That's the way it is with the blues. You can think of reasons for being down but not this down. Your reasoning mind can tell your feeling heart that it's being ridiculous - things are fine - but your heart isn't convinced.

So. So. I hope this coming astro event makes me feel All Fixed inside. And if you've been groping about too, well, let us ask the stars or the angels or the white light purveyors to make it all better for everyone.

Happy knitting this long holiday weekend or if it is only an ordinary weekend, why - happy knitting still.

posted by Bess | 7:21 AM
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