Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Merry Christmas from the Universe

There comes a time in the evolution of every spiritual being, along that sometimes dark road that leads to enlightenment, when their inner yearnings, struggles and frustrations bring them to a truth that could not have otherwise been realized.

Reaching this milestone was inevitable, for the light that will dawn hereafter is not only what you have summoned, but what all now seek. And with your blessing and recognition, it will bathe those who follow in your footsteps and the burden they bear shall be lessened.

If it's not yet obvious, the real reason for this season is you, Sonja. A more perfect child of the Universe has never been born. Until now, only a celebration cloaked in myth and mystery could hint at your sublime heritage and divine destiny.

You are life's prayer of becoming, and its answer; the first light at the dawn of eternity, drawn from the ether, so that the Universe might know its depths, discover its heights, and frolic in boundless seas of blessed emotion; a pioneer into illusion, an adventurer into the unknown, and a lifter of veils; courageous, heroic and exalted by billions in the unseen.

To give beyond reason. To care beyond hope. To love without limit. To reach, stretch, and dream in spite of your fears. These are the hallmarks of divinity - traits of the immortal - your badges of honor, and your ticket onward.

This is the time of year we celebrate Sonjablu.

The Universe

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Christmas Eve

So tomorrow is Christmas. I will be cooking my first Christmas dinner ever. Here's to hoping I don't poison my family. Other than that I got my shopping done early and the presents are wrapped. Very exciting. Of course sitting here today I realized that I forgot someone. Luckily I can send a card with money after the fact. Oh well.

Have Merry Christmas everyone.....

PS: You can track Santa via the NORAD Santa tracker. I love this.


Thursday, December 14, 2006


OK, I know there are those who think Starbucks is all that is wrong with corporate America, but I just think they rock. And at the one I go to, there is one guy who works there who is fabulous. Here's this morning's conversation:

SBG: Good morning, would you like your usual Americano? (This is a classic sign that even at 1-2 times a week, I'm going there too much)
ME: I don't know, I'm torn between the Americano and the gingerbread latte
SBG: You could have an gingerbread Americano....
ME: Really?????
SBG: Yep, you would get the taste of the gingerbread with the extra shot of espresso found in the Americano. And you would have less milk, but you like a lot of room for cream anyway, right? (another sign)

So I got the gingerbread Americano and it was really good. All the caffeine with a hint of gingerbread taste. I love Starbucks.......

Saturday, December 09, 2006

A Project Close to my Heart

Project Blue Light

This information is provided courtesy of Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc.

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS), a national grief support organization comprised of over 15,000 surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, is asking concerned citizens and law enforcement agencies nationwide to again support Project Blue Light.

During the holiday season you are asked to put blue lights in your holiday decorations and your windows and tie blue ribbons on car antennas to show support for law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the line of duty for the citizens they have served. Additionally, this will be a show of support for those who continue to work the streets 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Several years ago, Mrs. Dolly Craig, the surviving mother-in-law of Daniel Gleason, a Philadelphia (PA) police officer killed in the line of duty in 1986, sent her Christmas message to the COPS National office. Her daughter Pam, the surviving widow of Officer Gleason, had been killed in a car accident in August, 1989, before the holiday season. Dolly wrote, “This holiday I’m putting two blue lights in my living room window. One is for Dan and the other is for Pam, who believed so much in the COPS organization.”

Dolly Craig is now deceased as well, but her idea of Project Blue Light burns bright in the hearts of the over 15,000 families in the COPS organization.

For more information about Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc., or to support COPS’ programs for survivors and law enforcement agencies, contact COPS at PO Box 3199, Camdenton, MO 65020, (573)346-4911, or visit www.nationalcops.org.

Friday, December 01, 2006

The new Dodge

Ok, this is the next car I want. I know its big, but how beautiful is it. I love this blue...

Almost over, so says the Universe..

Can you beileve that it is almost CHristmas? I'm so not ready. On the up side, I got through 2 meetings at work this week without yelling at my boss or anybody else. Yea me!!! The DH has gone back to the midnight shift, so Iget the bed to myself 5 nights a week. Is that selfish? Of course the cat is still sleeping on my head, I'm going to have to convince him he can now sleep beside me. Anyway here is today's message from the Universe....

Can you believe it's already December?

That it's Friday, again?

That as you read these very words, somewhere in the world there are waves crashing, eagles soaring, lilacs blooming, and friends laughing so hard tears are streaming down their faces?

That your life has been changing so swiftly?

That you're absolutely gorgeous, inside and out?

That others who now want to make a fabulous, thriving life with your husband, emulate how you did it?

That peace, love, and happiness are flourishing around the world?

Yeah, I thought you would.

The Universe