Wednesday, February 20, 2008


Chicken Little was right. The sky IS falling, at least in the Pacific Northwest. We had a meteor enter our atmosphere yesterday morning. My beloved and I were woken up about 5:30 AM by a BRIGHT flash of light and then a rolling thunder-like boom that shook the roof of our house. "What the heck was that?" we asked ourselves. Turns out it was the meteor.

Lots of folks have been buzzing about what they saw or heard. I guess the scientists are out searching to see if they can find evidence of where pieces may have landed. Jury is still out whether it came down on the Oregon or Washington side.

Then tonight there is supposed to be an eclipse of the moon. Regarding that phenomena, I got this message from my long time pal, Sylvana:

There is an Eclipse tonight. It is a perfect time to get out the sage, burn it as a purifying blessing and turn your troubles over to the God's universe and for your ancestors to work things out for you. Let things go as the moon fades... allow nothing but positive energy to fill you as the moon returns. Give thanks for all things you have experienced, good and bad, and welcome the new.

Sounds good to me!

The universe seems to be giving some powerful signals. Since these just happen to be coinciding with some big personal and professional shifts in my life I am paying special attention.

On a lighter note - my stepson, Greg, is getting married in Arizona this weekend. Greg will turn 41 next month and this is his first wedding. We keep joking with him that the universe is in such shock over his impending nuptials after decades of confirmed bachelorhood that the very sky is going bonkers.


Mimi said...

How did I not hear about this? Very cool. I hope to see the eclipse tonight.

And, many years to Greg and his bride! Enjoy the wedding, and have a piece of cake for me!

Tristi Pinkston said...

I've never seen a meteor -- you have all the fun!

My husband married me when he was almost 35 -- his family about fainted with shock when he made the announcement. :) Of course, that may have had something to do with the fact that he was marrying a nineteen-year-old. Twelve years and still in love!

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