vydalea: When it comes to appreciation for gifts, the first thing I normally think of is to pay it forward. Maybe meditate on where your grateful energy could be best used?
gardening: I am thisclose to paying $700 for a desert permaculture course. Do I have $700? Not really. It would have to come out of student loans... Can't decide if it's a worthy investment. Since I kill everything I grow (bad witch), it would be very helpful I think. But can I transform it into something marketable enough to get my investment back financially? Anyone have any advice? I live in an apartment right now but we're searching for a small house to rent for the next couple years that will hopefully have a space for a garden.
I vote we do a big long distance group healing ritual. Banish all the germs! Let's see... we'll need some garlic, a wine goblet of ACV...
what if you tried to do some container gardening at your apartment? Do a couple of veggies that you really love and see how you manage and then work your way up from there? Just an idea.
I like the idea of paying it forward...I live my life in such a way but maybe I can do more. Thanks for your thoughts!!
We're moving NEXT WEEK! Moving to Klamath Falls, OR to visit DH's Grandma for the rest of January, if DH still doesn't have a job come February (Imbolc!), we'll rent a house month to month in Klamath. Rent is super cheap there and they acutally have month to month rentals available vs. San Diego or Seattle. Hurry up Universe and give us a job!
I'm following along and reading usually on my Kindle, just hard to type on there.
Witchy news - I found this handmade old fashion broom made of twigs(?) that smells like apples at the grocery store for only $2! I'm going to sweep out all the negative energy. I got a Earth Magic Tarot card set that's gorgeous! I've been playing with it every now and then but baby has apparently changed her bedtime from 8pm to 11pm :/ so not much down time. She's literally up party rocking till 11pm. She feel asleep twice lying on DH's chest while he rubbed her back, so sweet!
Whaaaa?! Will send you lots of good vibes for moving and traveling! Holy Moly, lady!!
Thanks, crazyms, no, we haven't figured out anything yet. M's landlord took him to see some rooming houses, but he already lives in just a 12x10 (or so) room, and he'd have to downsize! And, no overnight guests, so, no. He'll have to figure out some way to stay where he is.
He's supposed to call disability lawyers today.
And figure out how to maybe take in computers for fixing, on the side.
DS is off to school and I have most of a whole day to myself, woohoo! I am such a solitary person. DS is so wild. I love quiet, peaceful mornings and evenings. He is wildest and loudest in the mornings and evenings. What a combination
I think I am still going to be dieting on Imbolc, so I am probably going to have eggs and chives for one meal, and chicken with cabbage for the other. Maybe dandelion greens, if there are any out yet.
I'm so glad that M has someone qualified coming to peek in on him and make sure things are going well with his meds, etc. That is excellent news!!
I am SO with you on being solitary. This even Z goes to her grandparents house and DH is working late and I CANNOT WAIT FOR SILENCE! and to be alone!!!!!!!
I can't believe Imbolc is just around the corner! What the heck!! I know we've kind of been discussing it - but what are everyone's plans? I feel like I didn't do much last year because it seems to sneak up on me!!