Yes I did see the bright beautiful full moon. I love how it lights up the night sky. Lovely page dear. You are getting an earlier start to finding yourself than I did...good girl. Creative Bliss...
Welcome to my world ;) I am now 58 and am finally feeling comfortable in my own skin ;)....I did catch the full moon...check out my photo blog and you will see how I captured it during my night photography class ;)www.danielle-batog.com
Can so relate to that Kath... and yes... saw the beautiful glow of the full moon... our car refused to start that night... in a little town 40 odd minutes away... and then in the light of the next day... drove perfectly... perhaps we were just meant in bathe in its glow for a while...Jenny ♥
I have been trying to grasp the idea that we really can create the life we want. I noticed I gravitate towards people who have run with this but I never envisioned it for myself until now. Even still, I still struggle to get my head around it completely.
It's all a journey... ;)Love this!
I want to believe that the process of finding ourselves is eternal... it goes on to the last breath and maybe beyond it.
I'm 54 and feel exactly the same as you...always discovering something new! (hey that could be a song!)And the glow of the passing November...beautiful : ) Lovely page.XXO-Lynn
I love your beautiful page....It's taken me the same amount of time!I felt like I could have written exactly the same words about myself.Karenx
I just turned 50 this year and I feel the same way.. What a wonderful page!Hugs~
Glad you are feeling in your own skin Kathy, it's a beautiful place to be. But I agree it takes work finding that place. ♥
i wouldn't have thought when i was youngerbut now i totally get it!oh i so want it to come earlierto my kids!i loved the moonbaths we were able to takeand the moon walksand moon dances:)thanks for sharing your growing,Jennifer
Hi Kathy, glad you can enjoy your journey of self-discovery. Also: new journal (I scrolled down) looks very intriguing. Have a great weekend!
but isnt it great what we learn on that journey?
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