Time to think about our vision. Back in the late 70’s a woman named Shakti Gawain wrote a book that Creative Visualisation that I related to and started to live my life by (this followed my period of following the Dice Man). Shakti suggested that you could do or be anything you wanted to be through positive visualisation. I found it worked although my visions would often change in the process of achieving them. I don’t know why I stopped using this method and Charli’s words which give a process for doing just this are a good reminder that it is time to again visualise my dreams.
Ho-ho-ho, or rather ha-ha-ha. 2018 seems to be getting the last laugh at me, but I’m punching back. I didn’t fall off the ends of the earth, but I did take a nasty spill down our steep basement stairs.
Good news is that I didn’t break a leg. Bad news is that I won’t be dancing for a while. Wait, I don’t dance. However, even writing or trying to sleep is excruciating and I can’t drive or walk. Friends are graciously helping me finish holiday errands, loaning me a cane, and taking me shopping with a motorized scooter. I’m laughing at the thought of trying to drive one already. I’d be more comfortable on a horse!
All week long, I had been collecting your stories for Cora Kingston and squealing with delight. I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to have writers join me in making historical fiction…
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