Monday, December 30, 2013

moonday chaos


Today is a dark moonday in the sign of Sagittarius. When the moon has retreated completely and can't be seen, it is in this darkness that potential begins to stir and grow. I envision a chaos of possibility and wonder what will come of it, what seeds will germinate in the swirling darkness?

Each moon phase holds different life-affirming/supporting/enhancing energies. I'm thinking about how I'd like to tap into those mighty forces throughout the coming year. And I'm examining some other changes and new directions that beckon me.

My work table is a place of chaos today. Even so, certain bits of cloth and threads and trimmings come together just because. As does glitter and paper. In the same way, over the next several days and maybe even by the new moon on January 1, I'm hoping for other things to coalesce.

To a lovely, happy week!


8 comments:

Ms. said...

Ah...I can count on you for gorgeous images, and encouraging words. Thank you for all of those wonderful posts this year.....I too am thinking of a feast of possibilities. What a year, eh? Tonight I'm choosing from each month, one of thousands of photographs taken this year, and it's giving me a perspective on the whole thing in a way. See you over at my blog, maybe tomorrow.

Jeannie said...

Thank you for another year of wise words and beautiful images. I too feel the gentle stirrings of what might happen in the new year. Waiting for the light to return and what comes with it. Happy New Year!

Nancy said...

I love how you've mooned that doily! Do I know about the grapefruits? I love how you've teased us with only part of the last image and only the hint for our hope that you will have a new moon project for 2014!
Wishing you much happiness in the New Year!

Nat Palaskas said...

Happy New Year Peggy and co. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and wise words. May 2014 brings you good health and lots of happiness - Hugs Nat

Peggy said...

Michelle, thank you for coming here, I enjoy visiting your way, too, and always learn about new things (to me) from you. Thank you so much.

Peggy said...

Jeannie, I thank you for visiting here and being so encouraging. I really think you should open a blog, you write so beautifully. Might that be one of the possibilities ahead? I hope so.

Peggy said...

Nancy, ha, I did moon it, didn't I? :)Oh, the grapefruits were just from one of the many meals that I churned out over the holidays -- they were so pretty. I'm wishing you a happy year, too!

Peggy said...

Thanks so much, Nat, and I wish you the very same -- a happy, healthy year ahead!