As we inch closer toward the end of October, I’m beginning to see a few gaps in my calendar. Gaps meaning nothing family related is scheduled and I will actually have some time to catch up on my own projects!
It’s a mixed bag of sentimentalism, this fall-merging-into-winter time here in our south-eastern corner of Canada. Back to school and hockey/ringette season is hectic, peppered with multiple birthdays and Thanksgiving thrown in the middle of it. But the excessive scheduling is coming to an end. Cycles are closing out, and new ones are on the horizon, ready to start spinning. Kids are moving through high school at an alarming speed.
The other day I was in the car inching toward downtown Toronto in high traffic. To help pass the time, I listened to a youtube podcast by a guy whose name is Einzelgänger.
Typically, he quotes ancient philosophers rather than celebrities, but yesterday he quoted Robin Williams, who, if you recall, committed suicide some time ago which plunged the collective fan base into a state of surprise and shock. How could such a celebrated actor take his own life? A comedy actor, no less, who evolved into other, more serious roles after making his fans laugh as Mork?
The quote from Robin I’m referring to touches on a topic which became much weightier during the long years of lockdown at the height of the pandemic: loneliness.
I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone.
If you have Libra anywhere in your natal chart, you may be interested in this post. If you don’t, I bet you know a Libra (well, if you’re reading here you know me!) so this post still pertains to you and your life. 😉
This If Not Now, When journey is adding more than just a few twists and turns. There are multiple roundabouts, construction detours and potholes all along my path which has left me quite pumped, frankly. 🤸
And a little overwhelmed. 😱
Let me share some of the things that have been happening. First, the business ventures, and next, the other, personal stuff.
I live part-time with a senior. A very capable, strong-willed, kind, independent senior. She’s super mom and super grandma and she’s probably reading this right now and cursing me for talking about her. 😇
I did a spread the other day which I read into a TikTok as a short clip with just a little text and some funky music in the background, but something about these cards I was dealt made me do a deeper analysis.
I decided to play around with WordPress’s file upload. I have no idea how this will work out which is where you come in.
I spent a big part of my day waiting for several things, most recently a phone call from either the girl child or her dad. I was advised earlier I might have to go into the city and get her, but it was not confirmed.