Soul Collage

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Getting to know my animus ! In the Jungian sense of the word, of course!! The image ‘spoke’ these words: natural, brave, tender, fun, quirky.

#womenunleashedretreat

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#women unleashed retreat

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Visualisation & intention. #womenunleashedretreat

Some photos I’ve taken of water lilies over the past few years, in gardens We’ve visited on holiday.

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#women unleashed retreat

The covers and first page of my #womenunleashedretreat journal.

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Winter Solstice

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Winter inspires both joy and woe. Some people can’t wait for the cooler weather, snow, skiing and ice skating, curling up by a fire, and the holiday spirit. Other people dislike the frigid temperatures, blizzards, and wild weather.

The word solstice comes from the Latin words for “sun” and “to stand still.” In the Northern Hemisphere, as summer advances to winter, the points on the horizon where the Sun rises and sets advance southward each day; the high point in the Sun’s daily path across the sky, which occurs at local noon, also moves southward each day. At the winter solstice, the Sun’s path has reached its southernmost position. The next day, the path will advance northward. However, a few days before and after the winter solstice, the change is so slight that the Sun’s path seems to stay the same, or stand still. The Sun is directly overhead at “high-noon” on Winter Solstice at the latitude called the Tropic of Capricorn.

Winter solstice is the day with the fewest hours of sunlight during the whole year. In the Northern Hemisphere, it occurs around December 21 or 22. In the Southern Hemisphere, around June 20 or 21.

Information from The Farmers’ Almanac.

Game of T……….ents!

DH and I spent a lovely afternoon yesterday with our family. DS and DD have bought a new tent to use for holidays and were keen to practice pitching it and to see how much room there would be inside. The weather was gorgeous and the campsite had beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. It was hard to believe that we were only two miles from where DD and her family live on a very busy main road.

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A Walk in the Park

The same day I did the Stockport Mile for Sport Relief, I had a walk around the park too.

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Folklore

It’s Groundhog Day in the USA as I was reminded by this tweet from Stephen Fry:-