Spirit Animal Prompt 3

 

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This week’s animal is:

Stag

Here are some questions to get you going—

 

What about this animal appeals to me?

What about this animal repels me?

Why is this animal coming to me now?

What can I learn from this animal?

What is this animal trying to tell me?

How do I interpret the knowledge this animal is giving me?

How do I make use of the information this animal is giving me?

 

Use these questions as a springboard.  Ask yourself more questions.  Ask your animal more questions.  Delve deeper into the mystery set before you.  Enjoy the process.

What can you do with these prompts?

Anything you want to do.

Write a story.

Create some art.

Write a poem.

Knit.  Crochet.  Bake.

Whatever it is that you feel called to do, so long as it harm none, feel free to do it in response to these prompts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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So Much For “Easing Into” The New Year…

So, we are nearly halfway through (!!!) the first month of the New Year…and all my plans for this is what I am planning for my blog here have come to …nothing…because the Universe apparently had other plans…

I started making art.  I started a fiber project journal (for knitting and crochet).  I started writing up posts for the blog.  I have plans in the works for my Gumroad shop.  I have things written up in my planning notebook…and then…and then…I got sick…like sicker than anyone could ever be sick with some virulent germ-bug that basically took me out of action, literally, for over a week…on top of the other issues I have.

I stepped into January with Christmas presents yet to knit…and thankfully those I finished–and the recipients loved them.  They were projects for Duncan and people who help him–he wanted to do something–he wanted me to knit something–he picked out yarn and colors–he picked out patterns…so a collaborative effort there.

And in a fluke of serendipity (thank you, Universe) — all those hats I was going to knit for people for #hatnothate, hats to be completed before October last year–yep, finally got those out to people this past week–and nope, I don’t think more than one or two were actually any shade of blue–but the people wanting and needing hats from me–got them…before, ya know, spring or summer arrived…

Overall, a productive month thus far, behind the scenes…but I have PLANS for this year…and for this space…and as all my plans go…it seems I will be moving more slowly than I plan for, more slowly than I like–but I AM moving…and moving forward…

So…watch this space…I swear things are percolating and will soon be showing up here…slowly but surely.

Spirit Animal Prompt 2

 

If you have any questions about these prompts, please click here.

If you need more ideas as to what to do with these prompts, please click here.

This week’s animal is:

Raven

Here are some questions to get you going—

 

What about this animal appeals to me?

What about this animal repels me?

Why is this animal coming to me now?

What can I learn from this animal?

What is this animal trying to tell me?

How do I interpret the knowledge this animal is giving me?

How do I make use of the information this animal is giving me?

 

Use these questions as a springboard.  Ask yourself more questions.  Ask your animal more questions.  Delve deeper into the mystery set before you.  Enjoy the process.

What can you do with these prompts?

Anything you want to do.

Write a story.

Create some art.

Write a poem.

Knit.  Crochet.  Bake.

Whatever it is that you feel called to do, so long as it harm none, feel free to do it in response to these prompts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirit Animal Prompt 1

If you have any questions about these prompts, please click here.

If you need more ideas as to what to do with these prompts, please click here.

This week’s animal is:

Salmon

Here are some questions to get you going—

 

What about this animal appeals to me?

What about this animal repels me?

Why is this animal coming to me now?

What can I learn from this animal?

What is this animal trying to tell me?

How do I interpret the knowledge this animal is giving me?

How do I make use of the information this animal is giving me?

 

Use these questions as a springboard.  Ask yourself more questions.  Ask your animal more questions.  Delve deeper into the mystery set before you.  Enjoy the process.

What can you do with these prompts?

Anything you want to do.

Write a story.

Create some art.

Write a poem.

Knit.  Crochet.  Bake.

Whatever it is that you feel called to do, so long as it harm none, feel free to do it in response to these prompts.