Thank You…and Blessed Be

Lots of feedback about my ponderings the other day, and I wanted to say thank you. Glad to know I am not alone having these midnight mental ramblings.

I promise to respond to all of your delightful comments at some point soon…weekends are always fairly frenetic around here, and I have a writing assignment for Sunday that Master has told me must be done by tomorrow, a work of fiction to be posted here before midnight.

I love when He does that to me. 🙂

I wanted to wish you all a blessed Autumn (or Spring for those of you living other side of the equatorial line!). For us living in the Northern Hemisphere, this is the season for change. Some are subtle, like the days growing incrementally shorter. Some are more obvious. Cold snaps that mean the heat has to pop on, even just for the morning. Trees begin to pop with color.  There’s already a lot of color in the Northeast, a wee bit earlier than in the last few years. And so many other things that bespeak Fall–raking, and pumpkins and hay bales on the front step…and those assortment of odd-looking gourds that we’d never think about eating, yet put decoratively around the house or yard. Who thought that  putting weird shiny vegetables with warts on them was “decorative”? Hmmm? *shudders* They look like aliens to me. *nods* Well, they do!

I’ve had change too…lost 10 pounds, and cut my hair dramatically. (Yes, I did!)

Wishing you dry air and plentiful sunshine (well, not at night mind you…else we’ll be back to the whole “sun going supernova” thought from the other night, won’t we? *grin*), and a bountiful harvest, whatever you have sown this summer.

As for me, I’ve counted my blessings and they are profuse. There’s you all, and my heartsisters, and my subsisters. There is my family, of course, that almost goes without saying.

And woven through the fabric of everything is Master. He is part of every inhalation I take, a part of every pulse of blood that slips through my veins. He fills me, takes me to new places, dares me, challenges me, makes me sweat, makes me tremble, fills me with joy.

Blessed Mabon, one and all.