AUTHORS, THEY’RE ONLY HUMAN: An Early Summer’s Morning #Journal

An Early Summer’s Morning

By: Patty L. Fletcher

June 2020

Patty Head Shot

Good morning to all.

Here’s wishing you a Happy Monday (Moon Day)

Even though Campbell and I were up extremely late last evening due to my being involved in a chat call which resulted in my being on the phone for 3 hours, the morning began for us before dawn.

Campbell must go to the vet this morning, and so that bloodwork could be done, his medication had to be given earlier than usual.

So, when 4:30 rolled around, out of bed I got, and things did begin.

Campbell was a bit put out at having been awakened so early but when he saw food was involved his mood was slightly improved.

Once his medications were given, I decided he may as well go on outside and though he was headed back to his bed I talked him into a predawn walk.

He balked at leaving the yard before the sun had awakened but he did enjoy sniffing in all his favorite spots, and he especially loved stopping and talking to our new Hydrangea named Harvey.

Harvey the Hydrangea has already begun to get bigger, and as I gently ran my fingers over his body, and Campbell sniffed his bedding, I found he’s many blooms.

Though they give off no real smell, the air was certainly alive with the fragrance and sound of summer’s coming.

We stood, our feet taking in the refreshment of the morning’s dew, our lungs filling with the smells of damp earth, mown grasses, flowers blooming, and the musky smell of the half wild cats that roam our property each night guarding us from whatever evil might lurk between dusk and morning’s early light.

When Campbell had had his fill, he tugged his leash and lead me back to the front steps, where he waited for me to help him up onto the porch and back inside.

Campbell’s having some trouble navigating steps, and has in fact, begun to refuse the back steps all together.

Once he was safely on the porch he wagged his thanks, and when the door was opened stepped carefully through, got his water, and after sniffing round to make certain I’d dropped nothing on the floor of the kitchen that might need cleaning, he settled down onto his bed for a morning snooze.

Campbell enjoying retirement

Now, here I am enjoying another cup of coffee, and the cool breezes drifting through my open window.

Birdsong begins to sound, and as the sun rises to shine on another day, I pray…

“Thank you for the morning sun.

Thank you now day’s begun, all our needs, wants, and desires they’re met.

Thank you for what we have and have not yet.

Thank you when the day is through, we will still be we, and you will still be you.

Light our path.

Guide our way.

Give us that which to do and say.

So mote it be.

Blessid be.

Amen.”

“There is no part of my life which does not belong to the Goddess.

There is no part of my body which does not belong to the Goddess.

I am she, and she is me.

So mote it be.

Blessid be.

Amen.”

 

 

Patty L. Fletcher

Self-Published Author and Social Media Promotional Assistant

Email: patty.volunteer1@gmail.com

Website:  http://www.campbellsworld.wordpress.com/ .

Food For Thought

We all are the Light, automatically. So we really don’t have to go too much further than that. We all have a Light within us – it is the Soul; it is that spark of God, of the Divine, that activates our consciousness.

-John-Roger, DSS

Source: New Day Herald website

 

 

 

 

Patty L. Fletcher

Self-Published Author and Social Media Promotional Assistant

Email: patty.volunteer1@gmail.com

Website:  http://www.campbellsworld.wordpress.com/ .

Food For Thought

We all are the Light, automatically. So we really don’t have to go too much further than that. We all have a Light within us – it is the Soul; it is that spark of God, of the Divine, that activates our consciousness.

-John-Roger, DSS

Source: New Day Herald website

 

 

 

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