Posted 14 February 2015 - 03:26 PM
That's awesome, Nikki!
I have a hard time keeping records - half of them are mixed up with my dream journal on my laptop, some are in my random notebooks (and I have a ton of these all over the place, being a list & note taking addict. Recently I've started using my journal again. It's been interesting rereading old entries but unfortunately there aren't any notes just lots of musings. And I know there are works I've done that should be in it but are not because I didn't bother writing them down and now I'll have to use memory to recreate what was done and how it worked out. Not making that mistake again! Gah. All I can do now is learn the lesson & move on.
For example: a few years ago my children became deathly ill, so much that I was convinced it wasn't an ordinary illness. I divined and came up with it being a former friend putting the evil eye on us. So I just sent back everything she'd sent to us over the past few years. That summer, I ran into her husband--apparently her liver had gone downhill in a big way (she was an alcoholic), she'd become deathly ill, he'd lost his job to stay home and cared for his kids while she was in the hospital. I thought, oops, but he said he was happy. But, I didn't keep a timeline, so was it me that pushed her over the edge or was her liver set to go anyway? She's still a nasty piece of work. If she ever left her house I'd hotfoot her right out of town!
Wouldst thou like to Live Deliciously? ~ "The VVitch"
Say what you know, do what you must, come what may.