Just so you know I saw you in my dream last night and I knew I was dreaming and I didn’t wanna wake up. We laughed and smiled and kissed and were happy and watched the sunrise over the mountains together, it was beautiful. I guess I just wanna let you know that you make my heart and face smile and I haven’t forgotten, I’ll be here when you remember 😘💜
Forever your girl 💚
Cyrina 😊 ❌⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️ x infinity
P.S. I still feel your lips on mine and it’s awesome! Also btw you taste like sunshine
Times like this I wish I were a poet, but I sadly don’t have that gift. I DO know LOTS of words and definitions, but I’m too long-winded and I can’t seem to keep from over explaining, so there it is. However if I weren’t so afflicted, I would write millions of poems that described my love for you. Although I’m not sure if I could say anything that might do it justice.
I guess, you’ll just have to satisfied with knowing that I will love you until the very end of forever and that I have since the beginning , before I could even comprehend what it was.
“I love you. That’s my secret. No hearts or pretty drawings. No poems or cryptic messages…I love you”
So many hugs and more kisses than anyone could ever tolerate 💋
I don’t drive so I get groceries and takeout a lot and lots of mail deliveries, but 9 times out of 10 if I’m not RIGHT THERE they ring the stupid bell! This makes my dog go BANANAS!! And if they don’t ring, they knock, which makes only a little less crazy. I understand that they don’t know that I have a dog in here, but I get REALLY sick of having to chastise her!! Help a bitch out!
“Standing in a crater in my leaden shoes, I am held here by more than gravity She’s been hit so many times with heavenly abuse, quite a history of catastrophe But the footprints on her face are merely made by man, she is shining despite the rough terrain I think she picks her teeth with the staff of a flag, she plucked from her teeth with playful disdain,glowing survivor, gorgeous in orbit, throwing a spotlight, over the chasm” -Tilt
Hopefully I’ll finish this before the end of today (I tried yesterday but clearly WAS NOT successful, lol). Today is a pernumbal eclipse: A penumbral lunar eclipse is one of the three types of lunar eclipses – total, partial, and penumbral. During a penumbral lunar eclipse, the Earth blocks some of the Sun’s light from directly reaching the Moon and the outer part of the Earth’s shadow, called the ‘penumbra’, covers all or part of the Moon.
The full moon rises in Sagittarius at 3:12PM and leaves everyone feeling pretty extra to say the least. Emotions tend to run pretty high during this time and it may cause craze and anger, FYI. Sagittarius is the ruler of travel and wanderlust. The intensity of the moon sign combined with the fact that it’s also an eclipse combined again with the fact that it was traditionally used to mark Strawberry harvest has people feeling super duper antsy.
Moon phases in a nutshell:
New Moon- The Moon is situated between Earth and the Sun, since it’s in the Earth’s shadow, we don’t see it. A time marked by new beginning’s and intention setting.
Waxing Crescent- The waxing crescent appears after the new moon when you can see a tiny sliver of the moon illuminated by the sun. At times, you may also be able to see a faint shadow of the rest of the moon due to a phenomenon called “earthshine”. This is a time that is for motivation and focus.
First Quarter- At this phase, the moon is half illuminated. It’s called the first quarter because the moon is one-quarter of the way through its cycle. This occurs one week after the new moon. This moon phase is typically when people feel unfocused and motivated, so you have to work harder to stay the course.
Waxing gibbous- Because a greater percentage of the moon is illuminated by the sun, this moon can be seen even in the daytime. This is the last phase before the full moon. This is when people may experience a disheartening feeling, like your efforts are for naught, redefine and refocus on your goals and decide what needs to change in order to accomplish them.
Full Moon- The full moon occurs when the sun and the moon are on opposite sides of the earth. In this phase, the entire moon is illuminated from our perspective, creating the full, bright, circular moon. Spiritually a very energetic and cleansing time, it can be super rewarding, but you must be open to receiving abundance that you worked so dilligently for the previous week.
Waning Gibbous- ‘Waning’ refers to the decreasing of the Moon’s illumination, and ‘Gibbous’ means more than half of Moon illuminated. In this phase you should express gratitude for abundance(whether or not you feel like you have any).
Third Quarter- Exactly half of the Moon is illuminated and the other half is shadowed. We will see the opposite side than the First Quarter Moon. This is a time for expressing forgiveness and releasing any grudges.
Waning Crescent- Waning’ refers to the shrinking of the Moon’s illumination, and ‘Crescent’ means less than half of the Moon is illuminated. This phase calls for surrender and letting go of negative energy.
Void of Course- At this point the moon is done projecting its energy through one sign, but sill gearing up for when its influence is needed in the next. Astrologers and others say its not the best time to make decisions or start new projects as more than likely they will be fruitless.
January-Wolf/Cold/Spirit/Center/Severe/Greetings Moon: The howling of wolves was often heard at this time of year. It was traditionally thought that wolves howled due to hunger, but we now know that wolves use howls to define territory, locate pack members, and gather for hunting.
February-Snow/ Hunger/Bone/Black/Bear Moon: February is typically a time of heavy snowfall.
March-Worm/Sap/Sugar/Eagle/Crow/LentenMoon: Traditionally thought to be named after the earthworms of warming spring soil, this Moon name actually refers to a different sort of “worm”—grubs—which emerge from thawing trees and other winter hideouts
April-Pink/ Egg/ Sprouting Grass/Budding Moon: This full Moon heralded the appearance of the “moss pink,” or wild ground phlox—one of the first spring wildflowers.
May- Flower/Corn Planting/ Milk/ Mother’s/ Frog Moon: Flowers spring forth in abundance this month.
June-Strawberry/Rose /Hot/ Hoeing/ Honey Moon: In Colonial America, this was a time to gather ripening strawberries.
July- Buck/Thunder/ Raspberry/ Salmon Moon: At this time, a buck’s antlers are in full growth mode.
August-Sturgeon/GreenCorn /Black Cherries/ Flying Up Moon: The sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this full Moon.
September-Corn/Barley/Yellow Leaf Moon: This full Moon corresponds with the time of harvesting corn.
October-Hunter’s/ Migrating/ Falling Leaves: This is the month when the leaves are falling and the game is fattened up for winter. Now is the time for hunting and laying in a store of provisions for the long months ahead.
November-Beaver/Frost: This was the time when beavers finished preparations for winter and retreated into their lodges.
Cold/Long Nights Moon: This is the month when the winter cold fastens its grip and the nights become long and dark.
Harvest Moon: The Harvest Moon is always the full Moon that occurs closest to the September equinox. If the Harvest Moon occurs in October, the September full Moon is called the Corn Moon instead. Similarly, the Hunter’s Moon always follows the Harvest Moon, meaning that it may also occur in November.
Blue Moon: a fairly infrequent phenomenon involving the appearance of an additional full moon within a given period.
Black Moon: an additional new moon that appears in a month or in a season.
Blood Moon: the phenomenon whereby the moon in total eclipse appears reddish in color as it is illuminated by sunlight filtered and refracted by the earth’s atmosphere
Super Moon: a full moon that appears larger than a typical full moon due to it being closer to Earth.
Well that’s all I have for now so, stay safe, be well and have a great day!