You know, when I went to read my Oracle Cards this morning, I didn’t really realize just how perfect it would apply for all of 2020. The card I pulled was Shakti reversed, and the explanation for what that meant was this: “Sometimes people and situations come into your life as the kind of change agents that turn your life upside down.”
It was supported by Lilith reversed as the Shadow Card (the one on the bottom of the deck, you know, the one you subconsciously put down at the bottom because you are trying to hide it from yourself). It suggests that I fear being truly Independent and that I am drawn to other people’s chaos so that (basically) I don’t have to deal with my own stuff.
In a lot of ways, real life is like a story. You can have a Meet Cute in real life, or find some foreshadowing to a plot twist or two… if you know where to look, that is. You might even get your happily ever after.
And that’s the goal, isn’t it? To achieve some goal and enter into a state of happily ever after?
But how do you get there? And is there ever really a “happily ever after?”
Well hello, my wonderful Coffee Share friends! Come on in, grab you a cup of tea and have a seat. Today we’re drinking green tea with a hint of honey and ginger, or rather I am. There’s coffee pods near the keurig and some iced tea in the fridge. Help yourself!
This week’s coffee share should be shorter than usual since not much happened (not much happens anywhere anymore, it seems), but I can’t wait to give you all the details about what has happened this week!
In other words, it’s probably not shorter than usual… You’ve been warned!
Good day, my fellow coffee share peeps! Today we’re having coffee in my brother’s house (still… I’ve been here for the last 2 months). I’ve got green tea, Earl Grey, and iced tea for my tea drinkers, and there’s a Keurig and pods with a nice dark roast for those of you who really want the java. So come on in, make yourself comfy, and let’s chat a while.
Welcome to the new and (hopefully) improved Just Add Tea! For those of you who are new, this might be your introduction to who I am, so let me apologize: that title might not be the best representation of who I am, but bare with me. For those of you who’ve been around for a while, thanks for sticking around; I know you’ve been waiting for this post for quite some time.
So let me introduce you to the new me, brought to you by the CoronaVirus and the soul-searching that has become a dominating part of most of our existences in this strange time.