May 13, 2010

Life Is Good - It Really Is!


Dreamwriter over at Spiritual Expression, and Nydia over at Bringing up Salamanders, have passed on this "Life Is Good" award/quiz. Since I've been remiss in keeping up with these over the past month or two, I'm going to do my best at getting it right this time! I promise to try not to ramble - as this will be a long enough post.

I've noticed that some of the questions are similar on both posts, so I'm going to try to combine them:

Dreamwriter asks: What's your most memorable dream?
Nydia asks: Favourite clothes to sleep in? Favourite thing to do before sleep. First thing to do in the morning?

Unfortunately I'm prone to nightmares, so a dreamless sleep is what I crave. I'm a tank top and undies girl. Before I sleep I say goodnight to the Goddess and God. First thing in the a.m. is start the coffee maker!


Dreawriter asks: Do you have a Spirit or Totem animal?
Nydia asks: Favourite moon phase?

Crow and Horse have shown up consistantly in my life. The best moon phase for me energetically is the waxing phase. I find that the full moon is overwhelming sometimes and the waning phase leaves me with lower energy.


Dreamwriter asks: If you could go on any journey, where would you end up? A cozy winter's eve by the hearth or a warm summer's day by the sea?

I've always wanted to go to Greece - especially Crete. And I'd take a Winter's eve by the hearth.


Both ask: What is your favorite poem/book/quote?

It's too difficult to pick just one author/poet. I am a Constant Reader of Stephen King. I love poems by Frost, Rumi and Mary Oliver. I love the quote "The only difference between a sinner and a saint, is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future." I think it's by Oscar Wilde, but I can't be sure at the moment.

Both ask: What are your most frequently used/favourite herbs?

I use my cooking herbs the most frequently. Rosemary, oregano, chives, thyme, basil. On everthing! Favourite magical herbs are Rue and Sage. Nydia asked what my favourite food is - and I'd have to say herbs too - if you can classify them as a food.

Thanks so much for sticking with me through the long post. And thanks again to Nydia and Dreamwriter for the tag!







4 comments:

Ange said...

Oh Rue!! I'd have more nightmares if I kept reading Stephen King. I just can't do it anymore. It ruins my life alone in the country (well - alone when the hubby and kids go on holidays from time to time).

Surrounded by horses and crows myself. We must share the same totems

xxx
Ange

Little Messy Missy said...

xoxoxoxo....I love Frost!

MarZel said...

I have nightmares too...sometimes frightening...so times strange!!! I am a lover of Rumi as well!!! COOL!

Jules @ MoonCat Farms said...

I agree with Ange above about the Stephen King novels. I used to read them until I realized that many of the nightmares I was having had connections with the books I was reading.