Morning walk – and these tents contain –
Today we will meet our daughter at the airport (bringing light to this day of darkness!) and this Sunday our son will come home. Days of joy and happiness.
An astrologer revealed that this year’s Solstice is different from others in the past, because for the first time since 1664, the Sun will move into Capricorn, some hours after Saturn makes the same exact shift; this will cause the Sun and Saturn to actually line up, a phenomenon which could have very uncomfortable consequences.
Personally, I do not believe in these consequences, but I do know this is the darkest day in the northern hemisphere – and then the light will return! So, my deepest gratitude to all of you out there who read, comment, or even follow me – you always brighten my day!
What’s in the picture? Well, today I had the honour of two granddaughters visiting – and I was totally overjoyed!
Even if they were much faster than me…and a bit more… agile? Youngsters – they do keep you alive and kicking, don’t they! They were both in for a haircut, though…but looked cool and modern with heavy curls hiding their eyes…Esther looks very much like her mother, Ella: White body and dark head. Mira has a wash of golden locks on top of her head…apparently inherited her father’s good looks. Welcome back you two!
I love those autumn capsules and seeds in my garden – colour and form are both elegant and sophisticated.
For Ailsa’s Travel theme – I picked my favourites. A Japanese Garden and a Swedish Garden – The Garden of My Dreams.
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