From Belfast to Bealtaine…
Frightening storms have swept southern England over recent days.
The extreme weather has reminded us all, once more, that we live in uncertain times, times of change.
Change is all around us and those who have read comments on the previous blog, will know that my darling Missy has passed.
Such is life…dealing with the frightening and the painful, but never for too long.
Despite whatever happens in our lives, we are best equipped to deal with all that life offers us, highs and lows!
Pragmatism and resilience are great gifts to nurture and practice often.
In the wake of my grief, I headed up to Belfast with my daughter, who had made the journey down to Bealtaine, to help me put Missy to rest and then whisk me off!
It was just what I needed…a change of scenery…there will be time enough to mourn Missy, in little moments of quiet and reflection, later…
Belfast is a wonderful city, filled with warm-hearted, resilient and humorous people.
It is a city in a forest, for I have never seen so many trees… big, colourful, graceful trees!
I will write more about Belfast…but, tonight, I am home and have lit the stove, walked Jack and fed Sammy-Bear, Che-Mousey and am ready for bed!
The wind and rain are battering the cottage, but the kettle boils on the stove…it’s good to be home!
Don’t forget to order your copy of the “Bealtaine Cottage Little Christmas Book.”
These are due to be posted out at the end of the first week of November!
Click on the link at the top of this page…