Ghost of Christmas Photos Past

While scrolling through my media files, I realized that I had not shared many of my pictures taken last Christmas at Longwood. I have not been back since, letting my membership lapse because of the pandemic. I do plan to return sometime, sooner rather than later. In the meantime let me show some of these images now so they can be enjoyed by you!

I would suggest listening to this music box while you scroll or stroll down memory lane circa Christmas 2019:

I was lucky enough to have an incredible “home like” holiday meal on the way to the Gardens. The lines were long at Hank’s Place but the food is amazing. The roast turkey platter taste’s just like moms ( or better!) If you are local, please support this small business. I can vouch for their greek specialties and omelettes as well.

To quote Joni Mitchell ” Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till its gone? ” I could really use a trip to Longwood now. Yes, they are open but with heavy restrictions. Sometimes it is best to wait until the time is right and it is not right for me yet.  At least I have plenty of fond memories and hundreds of images at my disposal.

What memories do you hold dear from this time last year?

Growing through Challenging Times | 2020 Reflections

Having Julie back to join the challenge is another gift of this wacky year. We all live in different realities and it is a blessing when intentions and circumstances align to rekindle friendships. Julie is a sweet, talented healer and renaissance woman who entered my life shortly after I began blogging in early 2013. It brings me joy to introduce her to my new readers and those who are not familiar with her writing.

Thank you Julie for making the time to participate and share your story!

Through the Peacock's Eyes

2020 has definitely brought challenges, some small but many great, to all of us, and these challenges test us, push us, and sometimes almost…almost…break us. But it is these great challenges of life that also bring us the biggest opportunities to grow within, to change internally.

This 2020 Reflections post is part of the Litebeing’s Change Challenge with the theme: How have you changed internally? Can you share some new thoughts, ideas, projects, attitudes that have sprung up as a result of your evolution (of the past year of 2020)?

Today’s post begins a new blog journey for me. After many restrictions over the past few years (I’d had Saturn sitting on my Ascendant and slowly shuffling through my first house in Western Astrology for four, yes four, years), I now, just in the past week or so, finally have the time, space, energy, and circumstances to return to…

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