Friday, April 29, 2011


Let's hope that,
"They Live Happily Ever After!"

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Loves The Fairy Tale!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Silent Sermon Sunday

It's the people who surround you, not the stuff around you, that makes a life worth living.

Namaste' Till Next Time,

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

How Does Your Garden Grow?

This was my morning message, and I thought it so fascinating, I wanted to share it with you:

It's like everyone's given seeds that are capable of growing into the garden of their dreams, but no one's been told they even have them. Then, when they see their neighbor's garden growing, whether it's because their neighbor actually found their seeds or accidentally spilled them, there's a rush to see what's happening. In fact, whole industries are built around the buying, selling, and trading of other people's gardens...

There are seeds that grow into private gardens. Seeds that grow into best sellers. And seeds that grow into happy families.

It's quite a riot, and often good fun but, would you believe that one of the biggest impediments one has to discovering their own seeds, is their fascination with the gardens of others?

I don't believe I have garden envy...but I will admit that some of my best ideas for my garden have come from admiring others. I suppose the issue becomes, not the admiration of others, but the coveting of their life, their garden as it were.

Sometimes it's so easy to look at other people's gardens, it distracts you from taking care of your own. You also forget how many hours it takes them to cultivate such a pleasing garden. How long it can take you to develop your own style and look. How much you have to take into consideration the growing conditions of your garden vs. the conditions that others must deal with. What look do you want; what makes you the most comfortable? What sort of garden gives you a sense of accomplishment when you stop to look around you? What is the best way to express your bliss in your own wee plot?

How about you? Do you have garden envy? Do you spend way more time worrying about other gardens than you spend hours tending your own? Time for me to get busy...I've let some weeds grow in mine and it's time to take control.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Loves To Garden

Monday, April 11, 2011

Just Like Fiona

May you find the courage, or look with great anticipation, to your week ahead. Just like Fiona looks out in hopes of a friendly visit.

Namaste' Till Next Time,

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Silent Sermon Sunday

Spring slowly slips in...
~ Amen

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Picture of the only Scottie in my home who obeys

Friday, April 8, 2011

A Matter of Relativity

So, let me ask you with all due respect...could your life with all of its angst and hardship, be anywhere close to that of many of the people of Japan? Mine certainly isn't although there are many things about it I might wish different.

Send all the positive energy you can spare to all of them there.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Is Grateful

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

I Must Get This Off My Chest

While I am proud to live in a country where Freedom of Speech & Expression are protected, and while I absolutely agree with all citizens of the United States having access to that protected freedom, let me say this...

Any man who says he is a holy man, and publicly would set fire to the Quran, or any other holy book, is NOT a holy man.

In a world where anger and hatred seem to be running rampant, no holy book, work, image, or idea is without merit. We need all of them for contemplation and balance. You do not have to believe what your neighbors believe. You do not need to understand it. You simply must be grateful that Good Books are a part of our values. All roads lead us to someplace. All of them.

I do not ask you to believe in God/Goddess and completely accept your views if you don't; each of us must believe what we truly believe. I simply wish for all of us to believe in goodness and the rightness of our Human Nature and support each other along our journey to enlightenment.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Hopes All Good Things

Monday, April 4, 2011

A Quiz To Start Your Week

Remember this game from Sesame Street, "One of these things is not like the other things,"? look very closely and find it in this picture.

Okay... it's a trick question... all of these in the picture are Baby Dolls. It's just that one of them means the world to me and I love her very much! Thought you all would like to see how our Livy is growing and flowing.

Hope your week gives you lots of things to smile about!

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka Great Aunt Holly
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