Day 61 of 365 gratitude challenge

“Owl Spirit reminds you to be wise and pay attention to what’s between the lines, what is invisible to the naked eye, what cannot be heard with the ears, and what others may not be able to perceive.“
&
“Epiphanies and aha moments are gifted to you right now—so celebrate!”
Colette Baron-Reid’s
The Spirit Animal Oracle Deck

Today was another great day for me, though I spent most of it tired. I am grateful for the energy I had to pull me through it all. I am grateful for my bed for healing me while I sleep and for keeping me safe and warm. It’s raining tonight, so no looking up at the full moon, but I did pull some extra cards for personal clarity.

We celebrated Cole’s birthday and had fun playing games, catching up, and eating ice cream cake. I am waiting for Aurora to get home from going out to eat after her school musical. Happy she’s there having a good time, but tired. I sold our older junker car and got some cash for it. Surprisingly, my husband told me I can have that money, just for me. “Don’t spend it on anyone but yourself.” I am grateful my husband loves me in many ways. I might use that money for construction for a greenhouse. I danced, sang, and cleaned today really making me feel alive and well. Aidan roasted me at dinner, but gave me a big hug after saying it’s all in good fun. Teens, teens. Glad for the hugs, all the hugs I had today.

Here‘s my gratitude journal:

Have a fantastical day!

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Published by surroundedbyfarts

I’m constantly surrounded by farts, in all serious I am. Three stepsons—12,17,20 one gaseous daughter of 11, and a hungry husband, whose been trying to ditch oven me for the last three years! (I’m a ninja though, so he hasn’t succeeded yet 😉) Right now, I’m making my way through College- about a year and a half left, and then I’ll have a Bachelor’s degree in English and hopefully a book published or at least become a literary agent. In these posts I’m going to cheerfully complain about my kids complaining and the awful smells I endure on a regular basis. Hope ya’ll have fun reading from this artsy Michigander! 😏

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