Welcoming Wish

As I previously mentioned, one of the reasons I came back to the blogosphere (I’m sure there’s a “proper” spelling for that somewhere though I’m seeing it underlined in evil misspelling red squiggly) is to participate in Jamie Ridler’s Wishcasting Wednesday blog prompts.  I used to participate in this funny little thing called Goddess Circle by the beautiful Leonie Dawson.  It was really a fun experience for awhile, but then it really grew and took off.  It no longer was this comfy cozy little circle.  It grew to be huge-mongous.  I still subscribe to Leonie’s blog, but I think I was in the circle for only one year.

Luckily, even though I’m no longer in the Goddess Circle, Leonie is great at giving people the low-down on lots of glorious interesting amazing things they can participate in and get edumacated absolutely *F*R*E*E*.  I’m pretty sure that it was one of those event where I first discovered the lovely Miss Jamie Ridler.  This video (Creative Living Practice: Dance Through Resistance) is the first thing I remember ever seeing from her and it made me happy and got me to subscribe to her newsletter and smile everytime I see it in my inbox!


For my FIRST EVER Wishcasting Wednesday post (so exciting!)


What do I wish to welcome in?

I think that the thing I want to welcome in the most is the future.  I used to be afraid of the future and so wrapped up in myself or my life that I was scared of what the future would bring.  But now I am excited by the future.  I’ve learned that it can be exciting and it can completely change your outlook.  I know that my future has many probabilities but it is also FILLED with POSSIBILITIES!  I am thrilled to have my boyfriend and my business, both of which came since that Goddess Altar a few years back, and both of which fill my life now and in the future.  I now wish to welcome the future.  But I also wish to welcome other things.  I wish to welcome love.  I wish to welcome wealth.  I wish to welcome a new home.  I wish to welcome marriage.  I wish to welcome travel.  I wish to welcome early retirement.  I wish to welcome health and healing to my family and friends.  I wish to welcome satisfaction.  I wish to welcome clarity.  I wish to welcome open-mindedness.  I wish to welcome new business partners.  I wish to welcome truth.  I wish to welcome wisdom.  I wish to welcome all the gifts that I’m meant to have in my life.  I wish to welcome fitness.  I wish to welcome an enjoyment of exercise and sport.  The following photo pretty much sums it all up…


What do you wish to welcome in?  (Thanks Jamie for the awesome and inspiring prompt!)


6 Responses to “Welcoming Wish”

  1. Jamie Says:

    How wonderful! I wish to welcome in *YOU*!! ((bigwelcominghugs))
    I am delighted you are here and taking part in Wishcasting.

    As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.

  2. Tracy Says:

    Wonderful wishes! As you wish for yourself, I wish for you.

  3. KLJ Says:

    As you wish for yourself, I wish for you!

  4. piercedfuzzis Says:

    As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you too!

  5. Bobbi Says:

    How wonderful to be looking forward – breathe out the past and breathe in the future –
    as you wish for yourself – so do I wish for you

  6. BunnyKissd Says:

    Welcome to the wishing! As you wish for yourself, so do I wish for you as well!

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