There isn't a lot in me today due to not much sleep in the past several days. I didn't try to meditate today nor was it safe for me to light candles last night in case I fell asleep. I whispered to the Goddess the requests I had and let her know the candles would have to wait until I could stay awake. As it turned out, it was 3 a.m before I shut the lights out and 6 a.m. before I got to sleep. Pain keeps me awake.
I intend to sleep in tomorrow regardless of what's going on. I need it.
Yesterday on our way to town (we take the back, country roads) there were about 5 large birds crossing the road. As there was no one behind me, I waited for them (it's against the law to cause an accident while braking for animals in Wisconsin). Zach thought they were pheasants but as we passed them, I saw they were turkeys. We do have wild turkeys around here and we see them frequently on that road during November, but I can't recall seeing them this early before. I wonder if this is a sign of an early winter. The birds know, they do.
I'm not terribly crafty when I'm this tired so I probably won't work on drawing or knitting or crocheting tonight. I'll probably fall asleep at 8 p.m. and wake up at midnight and be up the rest of the night. It's how I seem to work. But I do intend to keep pursuing meditation and keep reading up on Druidry, spells, and Awen, amongst other things.
As it is, supper is almost ready and I hope I can stay awake to eat it.