TELL YOUR TALE IN CAMPBELLSWORLD:Happy Moonday What’s Up With You and More

 

Good morning to all!

Here’s wishing everyone a happy Moonday and great rest of the week.

Do you have plans for the week?

Here in the Campbell Kingdom we’ve a rather busy week ahead. Today I must clean and ready the house for company and take King Campbell Super Seeing Eye Dog, A.K.A Bubba to the vet, and worse, I must leave him there and come home without him so he can have surgery tomorrow for the removal of a mass from his right eye.

I would like to ask, all those who would keep him in your thoughts and prayers, hold good energy or sacred space, whatever your belief system allows. This is much appreciated.

I mentioned company and to explain; At my request The Seeing Eye has scheduled a trainer to come here to do a Juno walk with me to evaluate me for the purpose of matching me with a new working dog.

As some may know, even before this mass was big enough to be found, Campbell was showing signs on many levels that he was ready to hang up the harness and work no more, so though I didn’t plan for these two events to take place together, the trainer will be here on Tuesday (tomorrow) to do this evaluation.

For those who don’t know what a Juno Walk is you may visit: http://www.dldbooks.com/pattyfletcher/ .

To pick up a copy of my book or find download info from the NLS if you qualify and read to learn all about this and many other things about The Seeing Eye Dog Guide school, and how my finding them and Campbell did indeed “Retrieve My Life”

Now, sorry about the commercial, another thing happening here in the Campbell Kingdom, or more specifically here on my blog, campbellsworld I’ll be posting much work from my totally talented Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing clients but also the Tell Your Tale In Campbellsworld series which is open to not only my clients but to the public as well continues.

So, you’ll for sure want to stay tuned for that.

Want to learn how to tell your tale? Read more https://campbellsworld.wordpress.com/2019/01/31/tell-your-tale-in-campbellsworld/ to learn how.

 

Another thing happening here this week, on Wednesday an electrician will be here to install new breakers and do some much-needed rewiring.

For several months now I’ve had trouble with breakers throwing whenever certain electronic appliances were turned on and finally the landlady is doing something about this.

Anyhow, enough about me, how about you? What are you up to? I love hearing from my friendly faithful followers. Here, finally is a chance for you to comment to this post and talk about whatever the heck comes to your mind, long as you keep it reasonably family friendly, polite and decently written.

You can even include links to your own blog.

So, in the comment section here on the blog either by replying to this post via email or by going onto the site and doing so, let us know what you’re up to.

If you do this however, you need to make absolutely sure you’re receiving replies to your comments, to do this you must have at some point gone onto the site and checked the box for notification of comments via email.

If you need help replying to comments, simply send me a new email not in any way attached to the post you receive from campbellsworld with the subject Tell Your Tale In campbellsworld and your comment, and I shall reply and post for you.

Have a great day, and remember, you’re the only one who can make it that way.

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And now, for those who are interested, the Daily Magickal Calendar.

This calendar is brought to you by:  http://www.goddesschool.com/ .

 

GrannyMoon Says Today Is: Moon Day

Spells and rituals involving the Earth Element should be performed when the

Moon is in an Earth sign: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn.

Energy: Female Ruler: The Moon – Rules emotions, protection, healing, and

women’s mysteries – Use for magick involving the subconscious, healing,

emotions, love, spirituality, healing wounds, children, small animals,

women’s mysteries, the female side of men, mothers, sisters, female

partners, wives, instincts

Today’s Magickal Influences: Agriculture, Domestic, Long Life, Medicine,

Travels, Visions, Theft

Today’s Goddesses: Luna, Selene, Diana, Re, Gaeleach, Ida, Artemis [Whom The

Greeks Associated With Bast], The Witches, Yemaya, Erzulie, Bast

Incense: Myrtle

Perfumes: White Poppy, White Rose, Wallflower

Color of The Day:   Silver, Grey, White

Colors for Tomorrow: Red

Lucky Sign:  Monday Is The Lucky Day For The Sign of Cancer

Candle: White

Cooking on Monday will improve magics for creativity, insight, maternal

nature, and goddess-related efforts. ~Quote from Magickal Martha

 

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22 Responses to TELL YOUR TALE IN CAMPBELLSWORLD:Happy Moonday What’s Up With You and More

  1. Here’s hoping all goes well with Campbell’s surgery tomorrow. Will you be able to bring him home afterward, or will he need to stay at the vet’s for a while to recuperate?

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    • Patty says:

      Hi Abbie.

      Campbell will stay at the vet for a few days. He will need things like Eyedrops, and other types of aftercare that my being totally blind could without my intending compromise.

      That along with the fact that I’m having an electrician in on Wednesday and part of the day will be without power, I’ve decided it’s best for him to remain there.

      Just like a child spending the night away from home, he took a little Seeing Eye carry-all bag with squeaky duck stuffy, a large zip-lock bag and can of his special digestive food, his favorite pawprint fleece blanket, and all his regular medication, as well as a secret baggy of treats which I hid in the bottom for them to give him if they need a coaxing bribe.

      Despite the sadness of having to leave him there and the nervousness of his surgery it was quite cute watching him keep track of where his overnight carry-all was being put when we went in.

      He did not get upset at all when I left him and I left quickly after so he would not have time to smell me, think about it and get upset.

      I waited until I got home to fall apart thank goodness.

      Now I’m better, have had supper and a cup of coffee.

      It is an empty house without him for sure.

      Thanks so much for your comment, and your loving concern. It is much appreciated.

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      • I know how you feel. I felt the same way when I had to send Bill to the nursing home for respite care, but you’re doing the right thing. He’ll be in good hands, and the days will fly by.

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      • Patty says:

        Thanks for understanding.

        Remember that day when he went to get a bath? How much I enjoyed that day? This is so very different.

        All the time I was getting things ready for today, I kept thinking how I was going to flop out in comfy clothes, get lots of emails caught up on, tons of writing done, binge watch Netflix, yadda yadda yadda.

        Not!

        Just sitting here trying not to cry.

        I know you’re right, that this is best for him but it’s just so weird, having The Seeing Eye coming while this is going on.

        I know we didn’t plan it but somehow, I feel I’m betraying Campbell doing this Juno walk like this.

        I know it must be and it is a good thing, but it just feels so weird.

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  2. Don’t try not to cry. Now that you’re home alone and not expecting to be interrupted, just let it all out. I did that a few times after Bill suffered his first stroke. I felt better afterward and was able to go on.

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    • Patty says:

      Yes, I have done that.

      I will probably do it again when it is time to go to sleep.

      We have this bed time routine, I take him out, he has a small snack which is a portion of his supper ration which I hold back so he can have a snack without going over what his diet allows. For Campbell since he loves getting a treat so much this is a big deal.

      Then, when that is done we always play toys. He brings out his chewed up battered milk-jug, one of his balls, or a squeaky stuffy and we play fetch or tug or hide-and-go-seek.

      Then we snuggle, he lays in my lap, gets his belly rubbed, and then we snuggle up into bed together, I sing his Bubba song and then we read till we fall asleep.

      Sounds crazy I know but I cannot help thinking he misses that as much or more than me.

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      • That’s not crazy. I’m sure he’ll mis the routine just as much as you will if not more.

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      • Patty says:

        Well, I suppose it can’t be helped.

        And.

        Knowing Campbell he’s curled up asleep. He’s not the kind of dog who becomes all hysterical and barky during times like these. He says, if all else fails, curl up and sleep.

        For this I’m grateful.

        I also know that he is well looked after.

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  3. Hi Patty, Sounds like you will be experiencing a broad spectrum of emotions this week. I’m keeping you and Campbell in my heart and holding you up to the powers of good for healing and peace. I think the electrical stuff is to provide a nutrral zone, so you can put the other things aside for a little while.

    We’re having company starting Wednesday, just after the next snow-sleet-freezing-rain storm. Today was the doctor and blood work.

    Here is a link to a post I did a few years ago (less than 2000 words). I’m submitting it for your “Tell Your Tale in Campbell’s World” section. Let me know what you think.

    Novel or Scrapbook: the Benefits of Being a Writer | The Heart of Applebutter Hill
    https://donnawhill.com/2014/10/06/novel-or-scrapbook-the-benefits-of-being-a-writer/

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    • Patty says:

      Holy Cow.

      First, that was fabulous. Here’s my favorite part, and I can so relate…

      But, the questioner asked for “the best thing.” If I have to whittle it down to one overriding benefit, I must say that it is simply the possession of an outlet, an activity that allows me to make sense of the misery, explore the joy and simply view everything from a place that is both safe and challenging, a place where I can grow and, in doing so, create something to share.

      Next, how did I not know you’d written and done so much? I must’ve been underneath a huge dark rock.

      So glad to be out from under there.

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    • Patty says:

      BTW?

      I commented the same onto the blog but I’m not sure it took.

      I also pressed the button to check the box to get posts via email but again not sure it took.

      If I do not end up showing up there please do send me an invite to follow or let me know so I can go back and pick your blog up.

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  4. Patty, I moderate comments, so I suspect I will have something from you the next time I check my email, which won’t be till tomorrow, since I need to sit down before I fall on Mo.

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  5. Here’s a true story I just posted on my website’s nonfiction page. Like my fiction and poetry sample pages, this one will be updated at least once a month. After reading this story, you can bookmark the page and check back at about the same time next month. While you’re on my site, you can learn about my books and read some of my other work and follow the link to my blog.
    http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com/nonfiction-sample/

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