Thursday, March 17, 2011

Spring is Really Here

Crocus, originally uploaded by Ruinwen.

Look what popped up in my garden today! The bright color is so welcome after this cold winter.

I'm feeling as the sun has been returning I've been coming back to myself more and more. The chaos ever swirling around me never changes...but somehow when more light is is not as unbearable.

I have finished the length of my sweater and the cabling looks really beautiful. I'm not sure that I like the bottom without a I will have to contemplate that.

I have been doing a lot of that as of late...contemplating that is.

This is the time that I am planting my seeds for spring and I decided to keep it simple this time. I have honed my focus in five directions and I feel really good about that.


I meditated on it for a while and these were the things that really jumped out at me. Creativity is a given and encompassed under this title is finishing my shawl. Healing is something I need to do for myself. I am finishing up the Dentistry this month and then I will start on the whole Doctor thing. Compassion is necessary that I not be so hard on myself and more understanding of the previously mentioned chaos. Prosperity in all things is my mantra and always my focus. And last but not least; the connection of Spirit is not something I lack but rather I wish to deepen the times that I am open to Spirit's energy.

I wish you all a Happy Ostra this weekend as the spirit of Spring comes back to the land and our hearts.



Birdsong said...

Beautiful thoughts for spring! It is still raining/snowing here, so your flower will have to stand in for me. Blessed be, dear friend.

Rue said...

Your seeds sound a lot like mine!

I'd love it if we could make time to do crafting every other Sunday again; maybe not even necessarily for the store, but just to set aside time to nourish our own and each other's creative sides.

Either way though (you know I respect having down time, too!) there is much LOOOOOVE!!

KnitNana said...

We didn't think it would ever get here, did we? Lovely crocus!