Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Friday, July 29, 2016
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Thursday, July 7, 2016
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
I expect people to be more emotional than usual, restless, sometimes a little fearful.. but also ready to laugh a little- or a lot- too. Cautious behavior is a good thing in our current climate, but so is family, fun and living our lives fully. Money matters will need to be weighed carefully. Melancholy could be on agenda as we reflect on our past a bit too long. We may have our mom's on our mind a bit in general. We may find that impulsiveness is likely in our more emotional friends. Moodiness is likely if we let our emotions get carried away... and some of us will be doing that. Health is important to keep in check. I do feel that Russia is becoming even more interested in our corner of the world.. so the bear is waking. I do feel that people who are crazy are going to be even crazier. Earth, well, the Earth mourns for the blood that has been shed by her children.. she weeps for the loss of her own soul. well. that was weird, but hey, there you go. Travel is likely of course, but if not possible, a restless spirit is likely to affect us.. .if we are not hiding in our home. I guess i am saying that people are going to be one extreme then another over next bit and it's good to be balanced. (and king. always, it's good to be king. lol)
While some will give into fear and hide, a lot more will be acting out on whatever emotion is in there heart at any given time. so, take care of your corner of the world as best you can and don't get out of balance if possible.. and save your money if you can, because urge to spend impulsively could be high. ok, you can of course as usual, ignore this.
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
My lighter side- more personal and silliness on my FB page.
What I have learned about myself within past couple of days:
1) My things will disappear and reappear randomly and without warning in ways that are not seemingly possible. I am pretty sure that is is because I'm followed by a portable void that absorbs, then randomly restores my belongings.
2) If someone leaves a grocery bag on a counter while my bag is also on grocery counter, I WILL carry that bag home with me.
3) Conversely, If I do not see my purchase on counter, I will leave it behind for pick up at a future date.
4) Going into a store in order to obtain a specific object will in no way guarantee that said object will indeed be obtained. In fact, it is much more likely that multiple trips will be involved over a course of 2-3 days before success is achieved.
6) Allowing batman (aka poppy) to play with Dylan alone will likely end in said child mysteriously covered in house paint and mud.
7) My hair looks best when styled by rain and wind.
So. There you go. I'm sure there's more to learn.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Saturday, April 23, 2016
James has always admired horses and thought that riding one would be a good experience for him, so he was all for it when he was given the opportunity to do so by some friends.
He and his friends were at a relative’s house when the relative invited them to ride his horse a lap around the field. They were happy to do so. His friend rode a lap around the field first and second friend rode next without incident. Finally, James had his chance. He was a little apprehensive but the horse had seemed so calm with his friends that he decided to go for it. The horse seemed willing enough to take him on a little jaunt when suddenly, about half way across the field the horse came up with some ideas of his own. It seems that the horse felt that things that are more interesting lay beyond the field so he went looking to see what they were. He must have been in a hurry to see them because he started out in a rapid trot. Meanwhile, James was bouncing around as if his behind had sprouted springs and he was sitting on a rubber ball. The horse evidently took all of that activity as a sign that James was in a hurry too, and so proceeded to quicken his pace. James tried to call for help at this point, which the horse evidently mistook for encouragement and broke into a gallop. He must have figured that James was in such a hurry so in order to please him, ran across the highway without even slowing down. That might have been a stroke of luck however, since the tractor-trailer that was making its way down the road more than likely could not have slowed down if he had wanted to.
Abruptly, the horse evidently realized that it was dinnertime, and tonight was the night he had apples for desert, so he decided to turn around and go back home. He must have been worried that there might not be enough dessert to go around because he broke out for home in a dead run. James does not remember crossing the road the second time as he thinks he might have momentarily blacked out. Since James had lost his voice moments earlier and was possibly in a outright faint, the horse forgot all about James and decided to climb a very steep hill which provided a nice short cut back to the barn. James regained consciousness just in time to find that he was rolling head over heels off the animal’s back. He actually landed on his posterior, sitting in an upright position. The horse made it back to the barn in time for supper, completely unaware of his contribution to the evening’s entertainment. James still admires horses; now he just admires them at a distance.
Again, the universe reminds us to stay balanced.