To those who celebrated Mary Magdalene Feast Day

I was grateful to read that there were several SiStars who celebrated yesterday’s Feast Day!  You hold us all up.  You carry us all.  Thank you!

More reading and I am reminded that we are in this window of eclipses.  What in the world? Holy cow!  Is that at the root of my sense of chaos and disconnectedness.  I feel as though I am on the dashboard, head bobbing as if on a Wyoming washboard road.  The bearings I am seeking elude me altogether.  I seek solace with dear friends who I learn, are working with their own over-the-top challenges.  Stiff upper lip.  Fake it til you make it.  Keep it in all the while cognizant of the destructive toxins emitted by stress and turmoil.

Without going into detail I wanted to be candid.  Leave out the gore.  Still, it is part of our heroine journey to declare where we are, isn’t it?  In the abyss.

I have continued to throw caution to the winds and plunge into whatever it takes to make my dream come true.  I am faced with the truth that I want to do it differently.  The way I have done it in the past is costing me, too much.  It is fair to say that I am not abandoning my dream.  No, I am remapping on how to get there.

Two risks I’ve taken recently are going to the Movie Maker Academy event in LA with very little cash flow available to me.  Some of you graciously responded by sending me some backup via Paypal.  Bless you!!!!  The last one, I rented a car to get to the location that I was planning to shot a little film at, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians after a tire blowout and my camera person abandoned the project.

Two more over the edge events:  1)  a family car was hit and totaled while parked and 2) the main breaker of the house caught on fire.

As it turns out, I am grateful that none of the events were life-threatening, although they could have been had small details been different.

There are some other pieces that initially seemed catastrophic, but given the additional events, they have moved into the shadows.  We are good.  Much better.

So, I’m here to tell you that I am grateful to you, SiStars.  Thank you for carrying on.  To see your messages through our social media connections of honoring our Divinity and spreading light and love into our world makes a difference.   I can go on.  Another grain.  Another step.  Another day.  Blessed be.

 

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