Good morning witches!
well as the last of the mince pies get eaten and the outside bin is over flowing with bags of wrapping paper, and you’ve already had an Amazon blitz with the Christmas money, well I have anyway. Books! I’ve got books on order!
So what happens now? As we reflect on 2020 and all agree it’s been a shit year with Virus resections and one thing and another. I’m certainly not where I thought I would be at the end of 2020. Neither physically, mentally or emotionally. But one thing I do know for sure, and I feel this deeper then I have on a long time, I’m where I am meant to be right now. So I didn’t make the move up North with the rest of the family, I’ve not had the chance to meet up with friends and celebrate the Sabbats as I would have liked, and my living accommodation is slightly “New Age”. Ive had to rearrange my support networks and the way I cope with day to day life, and yes it’s been hard. I’ve only had one trip in to the hospital this year, so that’s a bonus. I’ve found myself in an very non – traditional relationship with someone very dear to me, and I’ve had major steps forward on understanding and living with my mental health, and I’ve had a complete re-start on my Spiritual journey.
Now much of all of that will still be around by the end of 2021 I have no idea, somthing which would have brought on a panic attack a year ago, just not knowing what is round the corner and how it might effect my life would have set of a brain cascade of epic proportion six months ago. But right now, sat here on Boxing day 2020 I know I’m doing what I should be doing and for once I’m living perhaps one of the better periods of my life. Strange how things work out some times.
So as we start to look forward to Imbolc and the start of a new calendar year, I’m reminded that just being in the moment is perhaps one of the best things. Just enjoying life and allow the Goddess to guide you is perhaps one of the best things you can do.
So, thanks 2020 for all your up’s and down’s and as I head off towards 2021 I’m thinking that may be, just may be, life isn’t as bad as it has been.
Have a wonderful New Year and as we stand at the end of 2020 with candles in our hands to light our path, and welcome in 2021 with hope and excitement.