Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Monday, February 26, 2007
Hip, Hip, Hooray!
Al Gore has won an Oscar for his documentary "An Inconvenient Truth".
I believe that everyone should see this documentary - therefore we will be showing it at Rose Cottage on Wednesday evening March 28th as part of our "Around the Cauldron" evening.
Another great event that is being started up is the "Lights Out Australia" campaign - you can go to www.cooltheglobe.com for more details, but in short, we are being encouraged to turn off all lights that are not needed on the evening of the first Wednesday of every month.
Many of the big companies in Australia are going to do it- thus changing the skyline in our big cities, such as inner Sydney CBD for even just a few hours.
Is this achievable at the cottage on a Wednesday night during our meeting?
Should we give it a go.
First night is 7th March at 7pm ( I think that is the time!)
Sunday, February 25, 2007
This beautiful painting now hangs in our bedroom. We just got it back from the framers last week.
It is a painting done by Michelle, one of the Marys, that the man requested when he found out he had cancer ( which he no longer has and will never have again thank you very much!)
It was done as a healing painting for him.
It has taken some time for us to get it framed but now it is done and it looks sensational.
Every time I will look at it, it will remind me of what we have been through and of how lucky we are.
And yes, our walls ARE purple in the bedroom - doesn't it just go perfectly!
Michelle holds art classes at the cottage on the last Sunday of each month. Maybe if you come along, she can teach you to make stunning pieces like this too!
I am sitting here enjoying a "Fluffy Duck" while posting this entry.
That would take some of you back.
The others are too young to even know what a fluffy duck is!
When was the last time YOU had a Fluffy Duck eh!
I am feeling luckier by the minute!
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Monday, February 19, 2007
Just before the man went into hospital to have his operation last week we went across the road to the clinic to give a blood sample for his PSA test ( Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test: a blood test which can measure levels of a protein called prostate specific antigen.)
This little test tells us if he has any signs of abnormal, potentially cancerous, cells in his blood stream or not.
This is not fun to wait for.
This shit is serious stuff.
But, today the results came back with levels that were undetectable - WHICH IS VERY GOOD DAMN NEWS!!!!
I could wipe the sweat off my brow once again.
Also received a request to scoot down to the bottle shop ( why do they call it a bottle shop?) to buy a celebratory bottle of Chivas Regal for the man.
Which I dutifully did.
He deserves it!
Tomorrow the catheter comes out and he may regain the ability to sit still for more than 5 minutes at a time without being in pain.
Life goes on- although there are times, such as these now, where all you can do is drift through.
Saturday, February 17, 2007
Friday, February 16, 2007
From now on I will be looking at my man's state of health as his "state of wellness" and not "illness".
I think that is the far more positive way to go.
Having a catheter in is not a fun time, but the man is coping with this little hiccup.
Just a few more days and it will be removed, just in time for his birthday which is next Wednesday.
It's damn HOT again and I have woken up from another deep sleep that requires two cups of proper coffee to start my pulse.
I don't know where I have been going lately in my dreams - I wish I could remember how much fun I must have been having, cause I certainly wake up feeling like I have a hangover!
Aleks is having another Japanese lesson this morning and our weekend will be quiet.
I will ATTEMPT to do some cleaning (URGHHH!).
Why do we accumulate little pieces of paper with useless pieces of information on them, that just might be needed one day, so you keep them, just in case....
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Sunday, February 11, 2007
What's the go?
I have had 4 enquiries lately for a psychic reading and all have asked me whether I am 100% accurate!
Hell no - and I would never say so even if I thought I was.
How egotistical would I be to think that I can get it right all the time!
It makes me wonder whether these people look for someone who will tell them that, yes, they are 100% accurate. Then what happens when what was predicted does not come true?
As a member of the Australian Psychics Association I abide by their code of conduct as a professional reader, and we are told, "Do not state that you can give readings that are 100% accurate."
There must be readers out there that do.
There are so many variables.
I may tell someone something that I see happening in the near future for them, but I can be most assured that it will eventuate usually ONLY IF THEY CHANGE NOTHING....if they change something because of what has been said during a reading wouldn't that also effect the outcome?
Does that then make my initial reading inaccurate?
100% accurate - For the record, no I'm not.But I can live with that.
Saturday, February 10, 2007
Thursday, February 08, 2007
After getting inspired by our crystal talk on Wednesday night I put a rose quartz in my daughter's water bottle that she takes to school.
She asked why?
So I told her about the properties of crystals in general, that water is such an excellent conductor and that the rose quartz is a loving stone and that the piece in the bottle held all my love for her in it...Awwwwww!!!!
So as she drank during the day, she would feel my love being with her..yet again....Awwwwww!!!!
I also need to drink more water, under doctor's request as, I have known that I have always had low blood pressure, but was not aware just how low it was till I had it measured a few times in one week due to some small problems that had occurred recently.
Doc said that drinking water would help me feel better - I have always felt foggy headed and lethargic, especially on rising - now I totally understand why!
One good piece of news is that because my heart beats less often per minute than the average person's it will last longer too!
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
All this creating stuff has given me a bit of a headache! I must remember that I am a middle aged super heroine..and take it easy.
Or at least sit down and have a cuppa between creations!
This is hard work.
Have you ever tried to be totally positive about your WHOLE day no matter what?
Far our brussel sprout! (yes you!)
I must spend more time contemplating a quote from Carl Jung which states,
"What you resist - persists".
Therefore, the more I try not to get old...the older I get!mmmmmm
At this rate I should be 95 by the end of the week..
I am the creator of my Universe, and I choose to have a decent coffee shop on each corner,an easily accessible parking spot wherever I go, no washing dishes or laundry ( ever ) and a stack of friends.That will do for starters.
I have also just spent $59 on a chiropractic pillow that promises a good night's sleep.
It better...or this little Creator will be mighty pissed!
Till next time...
Capt signing off.
Remember - Save the Planet! If you wreck it, then the next closest one is Mars and we all know what a shit hole that is!
Sunday, February 04, 2007
Yes I am!
I am creating a Mediumship Circle tonight at the Cottage and I am well pleased!
To all those other "Creators" out there...
What are YOU creating today?
I challenge you all to create ONE thing..
What's it going to be?
P.S.That's me in my Capt Creator outfit!
Saturday, February 03, 2007
It has been a full week for me - I have been at the Cottage almost every day this week....wow.
We had a working bee there yesterday and scrubbed the placed from floor to ceiling. It sparkles - I want to sincerely thank Deb, Leanne, Michelle and Gloria for turning up and rolling up their sleeves. The ladies worked really hard, but it was worth it to see the Cottage clean and tidy.I AM sore today and I image that they are too!
I watched "the Secret" again last night on TV. It definately is a movie that needs to be seen a few times to get the message.
My favorite phrase from the whole movie is, " I am the Creator of my Universe".That's a pretty cool statement.
Today, I am hoping to buy a T.V. and dvd for the Cottage.There is a special deal I am chasing and with the ok to purchase having been made - I am hoping that the deal will still be available.
Thursday, February 01, 2007
Wow...I really DO have to be careful about what I talk about ( and therefore manifest ).Yesterday I mentioned how life was so busy and I did not have time to slow down...well today I was GIVEN the time.
Last night I had an attack of vertigo.
Anyone who gets this will know that the pain is so intense that you wish you were dead.
Unfortunately, I was also in Sydney attending an end of season function with Calendar Club at the same time.
Not pretty to be screaming in the back of a car in the car park in a different city while waiting for the ambulance to arrive!
So, I then spent 4 hours in emergency at Royal Price Alfred Hospital waiting for the symptoms to subside getting IV fluids and injections.
My friends, who I had traveled with, also waited.
It was literally a miracle that I got to a state where I could come home.
I thought that I might have to stay in hospital all night.
So today, I am very foggy and feel quite dazed, so I have been forced to slow down - and forgive me tonight at ritual.
Not sure how I will be by then.
But there you go....watch what you talk about.