Mississippi Moments

Thursday, August 09, 2007

"The three teachers who impart wisdom:
suffering, thought, and a truthful heart."___Welsh triad translated by Caitlin Matthews

Abby's kitty, Carmella, was hit by a car and inspite of care and love, died last night.
Please keep Carmella, Abigail, and her family in your prayers and thoughts of support, please.

If you haven't checked out www.nyccolleenblogspot.com yet, please do so. My sister is participating in an awesome summer theater endeavor and it gives one a taste of delight, focus, passion, and a chewy morsel of chutzbah. And since I am in the middle of an intense but well worth it technology class, I should be able to supply a hyperlink to this blog for Coli's blog sometime soon.

Dancing is going well this week. I will be doing some choreography for a family of five boys, all of whom play instruments and they will be performing at the Puyallyup Fair this year as an ensemble, playing their own music and dancing, too. Thank you, Kathleen, for the opportunity to meet some new, engaging folks.

Have a fruit fly problem here. Need to bury compost.
Do not have a puppy making holes in the wall problem because he goes to daycare every day while I am at class and then he comes home and flops on the floor asleep until around 8 pm. It will be good when Auntie Lydia is off of vacation and he can go be a nut with his friend Dave and Queen Alice. He does have a sweet friend at the other daycare named Chloe-you never can tell about those border collies.

LIttle Feather is here for a few days. We have been enjoying walks, good foods, and quiet coffee circle in the early morning. She is completing some more training for hospice and her other interests. Her kittens and Mama Kitty are well at the Field and so is WIll. The garden and orchard are thriving. We are planning a women's bonfire/burial/connecting and sharing experience this September around Michaelmas. Just want to put that bug in anyone's ears who might want to plan on creating a ritual experience of giving to Mother Earth and the Universe and "things" that no longer serve you in the present in positive, Life-giving ways. More on this as the weeks unfold. I will be participating for sure.:)

One more thought---"I watch the star to guide me home, I found my soul and spirit's rest, I travelled far across the foam, there is no ending to my quest."---Caitlin Matthews, Celtic Book of the Dead


  • At 8:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    How many border collies does it take to screw in a light bulb?

    One - and they she will rewire it for you too!

    xoxo, maude

  • At 8:18 AM, Blogger The Freewaydiva said…

    Dear Maude:





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