This is an auspicious day.
Last night’s New Moon ushered in the Lunar New Year ~ another cycle of planting, growth, harvest and rest has begun. Yay!
It’s also the start of the Chinese Year of the Sheep, (or Ram or Goat,) bringing gifts of gentility, kind~heartedness and willingness to work with others. Sounds good to me.
And today would have been my mother’s eighty~sixth birthday. Although it’s been a while since she tuned to a different frequency, I still think about her every day. I guess I always will.
So I’ll be deciding what to plant in my garden and where, nurturing hopes and dreams for the coming year and honouring the memory of this fabulous woman, who gave me life and so much love.
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