Good morning to everyone out there in blogland. What a gorgeous Monday morning it is? The sun is out in all its glory...but have to enjoy it today because from the looks of things, the sun won't return anytime soon. Four days of rain and sleet ahead of us here. I want to thank all of you who listened to my little rant yesterday. It was something I just had to get off my chest. The fact is, clients have become nothing more than numbers...and that is a fact that I have to accept. Too darned old to look for a new career, and that's not something I would like to do anyway. I guess I am missing the success stories of the past because now it seems to me, everything is geared for the clients to fail. And, it's not just my program. It's all over the city, probably all over the country, and it starts at the top. And with that, I am going to let this subject go...for now. By the way, hubby started his new job today. I'm so anxious to see how his day went. I had some problems with the subway getting here, and I am hoping that it didn't affect him too much. We left one half hour apart so maybe by the time he left, the trains were back on track.
Don't you just love the above picture? Reminds me that Spring is really on its way. Butterfly Maiden is ready to appear and work Her magic. But, just as our environment adjusts to the seasonal change, so does our human body. During the winter, our energy was drawn inward to reflect, rejuvenate and rest. but now, as the season begins to shift, our energy begins to burst forth...and, as the days become longer, our energy really begins to flow. Projects that have been put on hold begin calling us for completion, and bodies that have spent the cold, dark months of winter curled up on the sofa now begin itching to move. Spring is a time of transformation and growth, a time which brings renewed optimism, hope and life.
Celebrating Spring is easy and fun. I used to have my magical garden to look forward to, but it's been a few years since we had to move away, and I still miss the time I used to spend there...such a magical place it was ..., So now I usually buy some daffodils and enjoy their wonderful scent. Spring cleaning is one of those rituals I strictly adhere to. It's wonderful to be able to throw open all the windows, freshen up the house, and give it a good cleaning. Dig out the spring and summer clothes; pack away the heavy bulky things of winter. Sitting outdoors in the wee hours of the night, communing with nature all around me. The celebration of Ostara. So many wonderful things are on their way.
What are some of your spring rituals? How do you celebrate Spring.