"Although I speak from my own experience, I feel that no one has the right to impose his or her beliefs on another person. I will not propose to you that my way is best. The decision is up to you. If you find some point which may be suitable for you, then you can carry out experiments for yourself. If you find that it is off no use, then you can discard it." Dalai Lama...

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Super flower moon.

It's 9,45 on Saturday night..
This was the time we had anticipated arriving at our friends in the Northeast.
However plans had to be changed as Milly has been under the weather for a few days and had slept fitfully each night due to being so congested. After letting Liz know yesterday that she was feeling unwell we left the actual decision of whether to go or not til today.
At her request I woke her at 11 and she had breakfast and gave gerself time to come round before deciding that it would not be a good idea to have a two night sleepover feeling as she did :-( 

I rang and broke the bad news to Liz with plans to talk on Monday and arrange to get together in the week.

I had an appointment for a massage with Rezwana and from one o'clock to two thirty I was in heaven :-) 
After massage and healing she left me melted on the bed where I lay for 20 minutes longer in complete bliss listening to a relaxation CD.

I got home and we all ate before getting ready to attend  my nephews 16th birthday party.
Milly was proud to present him with a present she had bought with her own money :-) 
Family and friends that have grown up with Alex and sunny ( if chilly ) weather made for a very enjoyable few hours. Milly was initially very shy about mixing with the kids as it had been quite some time since she had seen them ( and feeling under the weather didn't help ) however after an hour or so she and K ( a 15 year old  girl ) got chatting and walked a short distance through the village to collect Lexi their coca-poo. K adores dogs and has been to ours before ( last year ) and the two of them *trained* beauty and had plans to make a cake for her which we never managed to arrange at that time. Must ring and arrange a visit as they talked about doing it soon :-)
It was at this point that we had arranged to set off on our journey .....instead we came home to watch some TV.  Milly then went out to lie on the trampoline. It was a lovely clear night but very cold. I was snuggled up in my nightie and dressing gown watching Britain's got talent in the Sun-room and got the urge to join her :-)
As I got close to the trampoline I heard her talking - creating a story -  and climbed onto the trampoline with her. We snuggled in the fading light with Pipistrelle's darting above us, listening to the birdsong.
Quite magical :-)

After some time my toes began to freeze!!  I came back in and she said she would call me when the moon was up.
We have just spent half an hour or so out there again and the moon is amazingly bright!
I want to go back out - when I have got some thick wooly socks on ;-) I'm going to spend some time in meditation to make use of this powerful energy <3 

1 comment:

Lily said...

ooh, that's lovely evocative post. I could almost imagine being there with you on the trampoline!

Sorry to hear Milly's been unwell but at least it sounds like she's on the mend.