Today was pretty mellow. I'd expected a new (very small) project to come in, but it didn't, so I went over to the nearby island and let Nature do its thing to bring me back to balance. There was a visiting couple from Germany, so I gave them information about the island - which paths were where, and which took how long to navigate.
I remembered something from Cami's book, Mbali's instructions about leaving an offering in nature. I couldn't remember the specifics, except that it involved an open bottle of alcohol and coins...and, I think, something else. I also realize that was a "prescription" given specifically to Cami. Nonetheless, I felt inspired to leave a $2 coin at the base of a tree. Someone might well find it, but for me it was an offering of faith. It's the end of the month; once again, I don't have rent (though I should be able to at least make a partial payment). Money feels scarce, but it has been coming in slowly. And I trust it will keep coming in (hopefully less slowly!).
Later, back on the "big island" (where I live), I noticed a bunch of young kids walking along the wall on the waterfront. So I left a couple of quarters hidden under the bushes that cover parts of the wall. That was really fun (I've done it before, but today it felt like planting Easter eggs).
I'm in a reflective mood, what I call "ok melancholy" - not depressed, just pensive. I tried writing a bit, but not much came out. Kind of like this paragraph :)
Hope you all had wonderful Thursdays. Cheers!