Monday, March 30, 2009

The Stars have Spoken

Its Monday, and I worked all weekend, so I have no excuse for this bubbly-enthusiastic calm feeling I have except that I feel like I've swept the deck clear (at least partially) of extra burdens and I've made some decisions that I'm happy with.

Here is the talk from the stars (aka my ever freaky horoscope)

"A vague sense of oppression is beginning to lift. You can shed even more of your burden if you now make a few timely choices. You don't owe anything to anyone now." (The Star)

I read this after I decided that I felt that way and made the decisions... so go figure. One of my decisions is to eventually adopt a Malamute into my family and before you freak out mom - eventually could mean 10 years and it will most certainly be 12 to 24 months and it may never happen - but its left me with something to research for a few months and really you can't beat puppy pictures.

Why a malamute? They are smart, beautiful, poised, independent, clean, expressive, friendly dogs. I know a charming one named Kaylee and I miss her a bunch. She's good for sitting on cold feet, listening patiently to your problems and although it takes for ever to walk around the neighbourhood - she at least has personality to make up for it as she checks out every shrub, tree, bush, dead animal and squirrel.

Anywho... I was just feeling so cheery and amused by my horoscope that I had to write and share... and now I have to learn more about caribou.

3 Comments:

Blogger Shelley said...

Hi Jen it's amazing that you got up to the arctic circle! Iqaluit is excluded.
We were talking at work today about how people come north and are haunted by it enough to return..it is in a way intoxicating.

9:48 PM  
Blogger Geoffrey said...

Kaylee is an atypical Mal, but she is a damn good one. You sure you wouldn't rather like a big flurfy obnoxious cat :)

9:54 AM  
Blogger Jennith said...

are you trying to get rid of Loki?

11:59 AM  

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