Sunday, January 17, 2010

Forecast and Faery Finder for 01/18/10

Forecast and Faery Finder
By Janice Scott-Reeder and the Bitwit

According to Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac, today’s color is silver and the incense is hyssop. Today is the first quarter waxing moon in Pisces and Martin Luther King’s Birthday (observed).


Deck: Navigators Tarot of the Mystic Sea.

Today’s Tarot Card is the Queen of Pentacles: persuasion. If you really are on the better path you can persuade others to follow you, but you have to be on the right path.

Deck: Healing with the Fairies.
The Faeries say:
Trouble between parents and children ruins the perfect day.

Today’s Cat Comfort Card is:
Temple Cat: “Tap into your intuition; wisdom will follow.”

Deck: The Fairies’ Oracle by Brian Froud & Jessica MacBeth
Today’s Faery Finder is on the lookout for:
Solus is with us today. He is really neither Fae nor human as he dwells on the edge, where thought becomes reality. His energy infuses the manifest Universe. He always brings us something new.

Today’s Lo Shu Number is 5 and the Element is earth. The Dog finds conflict today but the Ox and Tiger have ease. Today is not an auspicious day for signing contracts, gambling, starting construction or births.

Today’s Message from the Universe is: “I let go of all criticism. I open my heart to tolerance, sympathy, patience, humility and tenderness.” Annie Marquier creating a world of peace one thought at a time.


Apparently Boogaboo requires at least twenty minutes of petting per day and I will have to deliver it. Napoleon has decided to allow him the time, however, once it ends, he is after Boogaboo. Boogaboo fell down between some boxes. Apparently all his weight is in his little rump and he went bottom down with just his head sticking out. I have never heard such sounds come from a cat. Either those were new swear words or he was really pleading. Napoleon pulled him out by the scruff. Even though they re almost the same size, Napoleon still thinks of him as his kitten. Then it was off to the kill each other time.
Bit by slow bit, things are coming together. It was a rainy day making yard work impossible so we just worked around the house. We need to plan whether to stay or move and how to do the later since we have the building, too. It is a huge undertaking to redo your entire life but we have no choice. When I was young and mostly healthy it didn’t matter, but once you become dependent on expensive medication and you now have a pre-existing condition and are too young for Medicare, something like this is a major undertaking as you try to weigh all the pros and cons, cost of living, new insurance, and of course the accumulation of 38 years of stuff in one place.

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