Yesterday a nice gentleman and former accountant, Neil, came to give my garden the once over. To be fair to him, he was here ten hours so it was more of a twice over. He asked would it be OK to come at 8 a.m. and I said yes, of course. I like an early start myself and I had a long and busy day planned so it suited me fine.
He arrived before TUT’s daily message which, when I opened it at about 8.15, said this. How appropriate, I couldn’t have put it better myself:
“When you spend money, Judith, whether a little or a lot, wisely or not, do you celebrate that you’re creating opportunities, dancing with life, exchanging energy, supporting economies, feeding families, lessening poverty consciousness, demonstrating courage, validating life, eradicating fear, inviting magic into your life, and lifting humanity higher into the light?
I thought so.
Let’s pop some tags –
Appropriate how, Judith, I hear you ask? Well, out of some misplaced scarcity I had been putting off having the gardener round for a while. My old one had left and although I had propositioned Neil in the street for his business card some months back, I’d been anxious about inviting someone new into my life and garden. And I’d been lucky in that my sister-in-law and youngest nephew had popped round and given me a quick horticultural haircut while I worked.
But no sooner had I made the appointment for Neil to visit today than the money ka-chinged into my PayPal account to pay for it.
Why do I always forget this is how it works? What goes around comes around.