A Difficult Full Moon

8-75 DAY SKETCH 2

This has been a crazy moonth so far.
Odd jobs, unusual clients, demanding schedules.
A friend died.  An artist friend from Argentina.
And to top it off, today we are going to a reunion of kids from my home town,
Laguna Beach, all relocated to the Pacific Northwest.
I guess this is a moonth where outside forces drive my actions!

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About dkatiepowell

cat lover but misses our big dogs, gone to heaven. . . buddhist began as zennie then turned to tibetan AND interested in the study of various spiritual traditions. . . foodie, organic, lover of all things mik, partner in conservation business, making a dream happen insomniac who is either reading mysteries or autobio journal thangs or buddhism early in the morning when i can’t sleep. . . lover of dotz . . . and dashes –
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One Response to A Difficult Full Moon

  1. Sammy D. says:

    I don’t know if it’s the moon or the prelude to seasonal change, but August is always unsettling for me – as if something is lurking, putting me on edge.

    Sending you soothing breaths, and this month I’m going to be more mindful of appreciating the August sun and try not to stress about the shorter days it foretells.

    Be kind to yourself, Katie.

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