How are you feeling these days? Are you as depleted as I am? I’ve found it difficult to focus and feel overwhelmed. On the weekend I was too exhausted to do anything and was forced to surrender. I didn’t even feel like reading, but yet feeling so tired I still only slept 2 hours on Saturday night. Actually, all three of us are tired.
Last night I had some odd dreams, but the only one I recall was viewing Earth from far above and seeing the gridlines.
Our Internet was down on Monday (2 hrs) as well as our phone service for a shorter period, and Sunday lost Internet for 3 hrs and today it’s up and down—and we haven’t even hit 100 degrees yet. That’s coming tomorrow.
Our outdoor fridge died last weekend, so we’ve had to take care of an air conditioner and a fridge in the past week, so providing we have power, we can stay cool this summer.
Just now WordPress has been acting up and won’t let me post the usual way. It keeps giving me posts in the Reader, rather than a list of all my posts so I can create a new one.
We’ve noticed It’s deathly quiet in the ‘hood this past week. I’m not sure if it’s because most of the snowbirds have left or some other reason, but it’s eerie.
A lot has been happening in the world, and I’m sharing some videos and links to updates in a digest format because I’m so far behind now I can’t dedicate one post per topic.
As you know, Operation American Spring continues with zero fanfare in the lamestream, until last night when we saw the bikers’ Rolling Thunder coverage on TV. It was clear there were a lot of people in Washington, but they didn’t mention OAS, of course. They simply said hundreds of thousands of bikers showed up to pay homage to the fallen and those who continue to suffer; the vets.
Col. Harry Riley (Ret) part 1
Col. Harry Riley (Ret) part 2
Simultaneously, there has been a lot of alternative bandwidth—and rightly so!—dedicated to the veterans and their shocking lack of care pursuant to the contractual obligations of the US government which continues to either deny them appropriate care or is woefully inadequate at processing claims and looking after the sick and wounded. There should be protests and demonstrations in front of Veterans Affairs and related federal establishments responsible for ensuring the veterans are cared for in a timely, safe and efficient fashion. They’ve tolerated the pathetic state of affairs far too long.
I had to snicker when I saw this video of Obama and his “surprise” promenade in Washington where he apparently only met citizens who were in shock and awe and overjoyed to see the President of the United States up close and personal. It’s this sort of contrived damage control that is so typical of the powers-that-were and their media whores.
I’ve seen a number of posts containing photos from the Millions Against Monsanto marches in 350 cities and there is a fair bit of good news on that front as two counties in Oregon recently voted against Monsanto’s murderous actions. There was no mention of the marches on the news station we watched briefly, however. No surprise there.
I was thrilled to see this video of a Peace demonstration in Leipzig, Germany that has, over time, spread to 80 cities in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It’s most unique. Click the CC closed captioning at the bottom of the video player for translation.
Kevin Annett and Alfred Webre have shared a tremendous amount of information regarding the Common Law Court and the trial of the Pope, et al in the pedophile rings and child rape and torture hearings. They told us poor Bergoglio isn’t feeling well (I wonder why) and now a top Jesuit has announced his resignation. The rats are running scared. As long as they’re in office and performing their daily duties, they’re easy to find, aren’t they? They’re probably feeling a little too exposed.
And of course, there was the latest shooting spree in Santa Barbara, California…where you’ll get a different story from the alternative media than the mass.
All things considered, I think “turbulence” is the order of the day for awhile as we kick the old, negative energies (and the cabal) out the door and usher in the new, higher vibrations. Many of us are in varying states of readiness to accept the higher, and I think it’s shaking us up a little. We’ll just have to hang on tight and weather the storm as best we can, anticipating that it will get easier rather than harder. Little clues are there if we are in a place to receive.
I must say I had a very pleasant surprise on Friday night when we had our monthly dinner in town with the neighbours. For the first time we sat on the patio rather than inside and it was glorious! We had a new server and to my delight she was chock full of information that we, in the blogosphere, take for granted but I rarely hear others speaking about.
She was planning to attend the March Against Monsanto on Saturday and spouted all manner of things that the other three in my party either had no idea about, or were only vaguely aware of. It was such a joy to hear her tirade because her delivery was unique. Our neighbour, an actor/producer/playwright/screenwriter-type said she should be doing standup. She had us all howling with her three-minute monologue.
We two had an instant bond and have connected on Facebook and I’m sure I’ll be seeing her again. I never expect to meet many awakened people in this backwater town in the desert but they crop up in the craziest places. They ARE out there, and I hope I continue to meet them.