- Salsa Rueda Club of Richmond: So, we’re following up our dance presentation at the Que Pasa Festival with being the opening entertainment at tomorrow’s baseball game! (Richmond is home to the minor league team the Flying Squirrels) And, instead of 3 groups in 30 minutes we’ll be getting one hour. We’ll be performing from 5pm to 6pm as people purchase their tickets and find their seats. We precede the national anthem, so it should be a good crowd. I’m a nervous kind of excited right now but looking forward to it all the same.
Next week’s 7BF will have a recap of the event.
Find more details at: Salsa Rueda Club of Richmond and Salsa Guy Richmond
- What I’m “reading” this week: I enjoyed Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson so much I read his sequel Firefight and now I’m starting Calamity. Where Steelheart posed questions about power and what it does to us, Firefight is about trust and overcoming fear. The characters are wonderful and well drawn with the story told in the first person. Needless to say, if I’m gobbling these books up like colorful hippos eating marbles, I find the stories extremely enjoyable.
- My favorite dream interpretation this week:
1. Telephone calls from a specific person, living or dead, implies a telepathic message from that person. If the person is living, the dreamer should hear from him or her within a very short time.
2. If the dreamer is making a phone call, she wants to tell someone something but is holding back out of fear.
3. A telephone that is not being used indicates that the dreamer is holding back from making a contact that needs to be made.
Astrological parallel: Mercury/Uranus combinations.
Tarot parallel: The suit of wands.
- My favorite Abraham quote this week:
“When you manage to stay connected to your Energy stream, you always win. And you know what, somebody else doesn’t have to lose for you to win. There is always enough.” —Abraham
To learn more about Abraham (channeled by Esther Hicks), the Law of Attraction, or to sign up for Abraham’s daily quote visit: http://www.abraham-hicks.com/lawofattractionsource/index.php
- My favorite writing prompt this week:
“Working with shadow was difficult. It was slippery, and my hands always came away damp.”
- My favorite writing quote this week:
“Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on.” –Louis L’Amour
- My Favorite from the inter-webs: Have you ever heard a quote and wondered where it came from? Who said it first? Well, this wonderful website has those answers and by the look of things, if you have a quote that they haven’t covered, they may do the research and trace its origins for you. Really interesting stuff here. Prepare to lose yourself for a while.
Check it out at: http://quoteinvestigator.com/