I believe I have mentioned (quite a while ago) that I, personally, am not conventionally religious. Spiritual? Yes. Pagan? Yes. Open minded? I like to think so. Christian? Not so much. Church goer? Oh, that would be a big fat no. As it turns out, all of the above was news to my father. oops.
I must say I was pretty proud of myself in the end, I was able to intelligently convey my philosophies and opinions without becoming emotional or allowing myself to feel too terribly intimidated by my father. (It's true no matter how old you are your parents can always make you feel like a child again, and not always in a good way).
come out to my father. A person who thought he knew me well, now actually does. Sometimes when we hide (either consciously or unconsciously) important aspects of ourselves we can begin to think that if only they knew the real me....they would be shocked....or hurt....or whatever, when in reality, once you rip that band aid off, it doesn't hurt as much as you feared.I urge all of you, whether you're young, old, gay, christian, pink, green, or a little witchy (like me) to let the world know who you are. You deserve to be happy, and hiding your true self probably hurts you more than you realize. Your happiness will add to the general happiness of the whole universe, and that's a beautiful thing, right?
OH I did mention the Lunar eclipse, didn't I? Well, Braxton and I have both been feeling a little cranky and dark of late. We wondered why. So, I did a little research and found out that we were having a lunar eclipse and that it can alter your mood. Did anyone else feel it? Are you generally effected by such things? Would love to know.
Be your truly beautiful self and have a great weekend!