Clear Your Space


Archangel Jophiel: Clear Your Place

Clearing your space is an important part of life.  It  helps to keep ones home and energy clear.  It’s suggested you do it once a week or depending on circumstances you should clear the energy, do a cleansing, on a daily basis.

Sadly the energy has become cluttered and negative over the last four months, in my house.  By keeping ones space clear a person could keep some illnesses at bay, be more positive and even happy.

Today is technically a day off from work, so I will immediately start clearing physical matter from my house so the energy can be cleared next and then do a final cleanse for the week using sage.

What techniques for you use to cleanse your physical space and energy?


Weekly reading, 7/16/2016



Think the universe is trying to tell me something…

Third reading in a row the moon cycle card was drawn.  The current position is the middle card.  This time is set a side for deep breathing and meditation.  What will happen will happen.  There’s no need to stress of er what might be.  The card to the right is the one for resolution or out-come.  “Outdoors” or nature is the way to go.  When I need to relax and re-enter nature is my friend.  When I need to be able to focus on my writing, nature is usually where you can find me.

Being cooped up and inside can bring on stress, rid you of creativity, and bring home negativity.  It’s time to get out, get moving, breathe fresh air, relax and more.

New addition to my family


I walked out on to the front porch yesterday to do some coloring and writing.  Just wanted a day all to myself to relax and do what I love to do but to my surprise there was this kitten jumping at my living room window trying to get it.  She’s absolutely wonderful.  I know we were meant to be together the moment I saw her.  I sat down and took the lid off my cup so I could take a swallow of milk but then this little paw pulled my cup away from me.  I looked at her, patted her head and said this is mine.  She did it again so I sighed, not remembering whole milk is bad for kittens, and let her drink 2-3 ounces.  She sat there and purred, marked and cuddled with me for about 2 hours.  Her kitty momma came over to see where she was.  Momma was skittish but eventually she came to me and I gave her some milk.


This is Patches, the kitten.

My bff came over after work and we went to town.  We came back with a food dish, collar and are waiting for a engraved tag to come in from McKees (Chubbuck, Idaho).  Bff went back to town and got a bag of kitten food and two plastic containers to put it in.


This is Patches kitty momma.  I believe she is pregnant, again.  She’s finishing some milk that was on the table.

When we got back from the first town run momma was gone but Patches was lying in the sun on the porch in a flower box.  I was so excited to see her.

After my bff went home Patches and I came in the house then I brought in Cotterpin, my dog.  It was like a tornado had gonever through the bathroom.  Patches had been hiding in there when Cotterpin found her.  For hours Patches hid behind the dryer.  About midnight she came out of hiding.  She is now hiding again, but this time she’s behind a chair in the living room.  She cries and Cotterpin goes to check on her.  It should mellow out soon.

I thought y’all would like a peak into my personal life and see our new addition.

I’m sure her kitty momma is staying close, after all they do live on my block  (she and Patches siblings)




Of all the things I did as a kid camping was my favorite but when I wasn’t camping I was involved with 4-H, softball and genealogy.  4-H was tons of fun.  I’ve never looked at myself as being very crafty but in truth I am.  While in 4-H I learned to sew, do needlepoint and crochet.  As with  camping, I gave it for about 20 years.  About four years ago I picked up crochet again and have been doing afghans ever since.  Two years ago a friend helped  me get started on cross stitch which is a lot like needlepoint.  I am working on my fourth cross stitch pattern and am having a blast with it.  So far all the patterns I have worked on were designed by Joan Elliott.  She has some really beautiful designs.

I miss sewing but have yet to pick it back up.  Right now there is too much on my plate.  I’m preparing for back surgery so my main focus, other than my health, is to find things I can do while laid up.  So far I’m hoping to be able to continue doing cross stitch, read and write.  Not holding my breath on the writing which is why I’m doing as much as possible right now.  Writing is both work and a hobby.  Being an author is all I ever wanted.  Sure along the way I tried to be practical and get a college degree in accounting and in dietetics but in the end my number one hobby and passion has won.  I will be an author who spends my breaks doing cross stitch, genealogy, photography, and crochet.

Hobbies are a great way to clear the clutter from your mind as well as keep you busy.  What are some of the things you like to do to relax?