Thank you all for the welcome and the critique. Both are well received. i was so touched by all of your lists i could do no less.
Best posts made by foxfyr1
Latest posts made by foxfyr1
RE: Limit to 5 readings each~
Hi Mikyo, Thank you for your time and skills. If possible I would greatly appreciate a reading on attaining financial stability and possibly growth in the coming months. There have been several negatives hanging on, and on, for the last few years resulting in job losses and medical issues for my husband and my self. I am curious if we have more of the same to look forward to or are our fortunes nearing a turning point. My initials are PLM and DOB is 10-22-64. If you could send any insight, I would truly be grateful. Blessings to you and yours.
RE: WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR?
Wow! What a truly giving topic! I had no choice but to acknowledge every blessing in my life as I read all of the beautiful works everyone has taken the time to put down for posterity.
I'm thankful for the breath in my body that gives me life,
I'm thankful for my husband of 23 years that still behaves as if I'm the most beautiful woman in the world.
I'm thankful for my sight that allows me to see all the beautiful works of art on this site.
I'm thankful for my 4 intelligent, independent, beautiful, and strong-willed children that have been the source of so much joy and pride (and some sleepless nights), in my life.
I'm thankful for my 4 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
I'm thankful for my parents, It's because of them that I am here at all.
I'm thankful for my culinary tendencies, that I can prepare meals that are healthy and that my family and friends tell me are delicious.
I'm thankful to be able to read and write so as to join in on this wonderful site, (among other things).
Most of all, I'm thankful for my health ,of mind and body, that I am able to care for my home, my husband, and all that this roller coaster ride we call life has seen fit to put in front of me.
I wish everyone a blessing filled life, Starchild Foxfyr
RE: The Captain's Blog
Thank you, Captain, for reminding all of us that if we do not take the time to unwind and recharge, we will fail ourselves, our families, our friends, and anything else we might choose to undertake. How can anyone expect an endless supply of goodwill, kindness, tolerance, and compassion if they deny themselves the essential recuperation time to refill the well. I believe that every person is capable of great things. People are also capable of great apathy. The choice has and will always be ours to make. We just have to make the decision to enforce that will on ourselves.
We can choose to fill ourselves with the joy in just being alive and revel in the wonder of the world around us or allow themselves to become tainted by the harried, hurried, frantic, and, at times, despairing life that can lead to feelings of depression and loneliness.
Many blessings to all, Starchild Foxfyr
RE: What vibes do you give out?
Your "friend" has been hurt and felt life's hardships perhaps more so than you have. If I may ask, is he about 4-6 years older than you? He has never learned how to forgive and accept the failings of the human animal that we all have inside. First, we learn to struggle, to roll over, to get attention from those that care for us, then we learn to walk,and talk, and life starts off from there. Some of us never get to the part of our psyche that allows us to let go of the pain and hurt that we pick up throughput our life's journey. You are a "purer" soul because either you have been to that well of self-forgiveness and acceptance, or you haven't had to make the trip yet and he's jealous and may not even know why or what about. Stay true to you and God. He will never fail you. Many blessings to you and yours, Starchild Foxfyr
RE: What vibes do you give out?
This is my first time on this site and I was curious about the readings received. I've read several pages of your blog and would like to request a reading for myself. Your gift seems to astound your fellow bloggers and I must admit to a certain curiosity. If you have the time, and are so inclined, I would be greatly obliged to be the recipient of a reading. Many blessings to you and yours from Starchild Foxfyr