This week, The Wildwood says, Feel Fulfilled. After spending this past week, as busy as a bee in a wild meadow, you bet that I am!
It is very easy, I think, to feel hassled and frazzled in this modern age. Occasionally though, you get to stand still and appreciate the fulfilment of all that you do. This past week, I’ve been busier than I really don’t know what (well, I do know, but I’m not going to post rude words on my blog!) and now that it’s over, I’m feeling very happy and fulfilled.
This week, the Three of Bows comes out to join us and usually, there’s a destination involved with the Three of Bows (aka, Wands or Rods) but I rather like this keyword better than destination. Taking stock, being happy in the moment, stopping for a moment to think, to breathe….
This figure is certainly telling me to halt, to go no further until I feel ready to move along. I’ve come a long way, it’s time to take stock.
It’s an unusual feeling, after a brilliant week of running here, there and what seems like, everywhere. Fulfilling plenty of readings and I feel, helping a lot of people along the way. I certainly hope I have helped a lot of people along the way, though I always wonder if I truly have.
So today, at the start, I find a two pence piece at the edge of the floorboards where I’m reading today as part of Zen’s 20th Birthday and immediately think: “Today is going to be a good day! Find a penny, pick it up and all the day you’ll have good luck!” And good luck, I certainly had. I was booked all day and even with some cancellations, I and the other readers were fully booked, right through the day.
Now that the sun has set, with a cold beer in one hand, the net-book on my lap, the dog under my feet after a good grounding meal of fabulous fish and chips I am happy to feel very fulfilled. Stuffed might be a good word, but I’ve not been that greedy, tonight!