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Unique Times

Where I share my jewels of wisdom of life

It’s wise to use your mind and think,
pull out your map or compass when you’re lost, ask for directions,
follow the breadcrumbs on the trail,
avoid danger when you know it’s emanate,

But wiser to listen to your internal clock and messages that never steer you wrong.

Say YES, when it’s crystal clear, no when it isn’t and maybe when you don’t know.

Walk away from things that don’t feel right and towards yourself and cut your losses.

Let go of worry,
self doubt,
fear of failure,
fear of success which are man given constraints.

Life continues to give you new lessons of growth and opportunities.

You will make mistakes which are often the same ones over and over again, until you get it right.

But you will succeed!
So trust your gut and envision what you want.
Go now, follow your dreams and set fire to the wind beneath your sail.


Happy Monday Friends,

I hope you has a great weekend. Yesterday, I had a worker over and he said “I’m leaving be careful of the snake it’s about 6 feet long. I was prepared to find a boa constrictor the way he made it sound, and it was fairly long but skinny with beautiful markings and didn’t have a rattler which was a relief since my cats were ready to pounce it which did make me a bit nervous.

I emailed my friend Tim and he identified it as a Great Basin Gopher Snake and said:

“He’s not venomous. You can pick him up, I would start picking him up from the middle to see how he will react. If he doesn’t act aggressively then you can use both hands to pick him up giving him good support. Gopher snakes have teeth. If he bit you he would leave marks, but nothing serious. If I saw him I would pick him up and play with him before moving him to a safer spot.”

Let’s just say I trusted my gut and didn’t pick it up but don’t know where he went. It makes me remember when we sold our last house and our boa constrictor got loose and we sold our house as is. I still think of when it might show up and how big it must be 22 years later.

This is what I found when I looked it up:

Gophersnakes do not have venom that is dangerous to most humans. (Not sure what they mean by MOST humans 😂) Gohphersnakes are one of the most commonly seen snakes in California. Primarily active during the day, they are also active after sundown on hot days. They do keep the rattlesnake population down which was a surprising fun fact also.

I just told the contractors NOT to kill him if they see him today.

Don’t Kill Me Please! Without snakes, the number of prey species would increase to unnatural levels and destroy the stability of the ecosystem. Similarly, if a large number of snakes are killed, the predators that eat snakes will struggle to find food.Nov 16, 2020

Snake Symbolism & Spiritual Meanings Of Snakes

Snakes symbolize a variety of things: wisdom, protection, rebirth, fertility, healing, renewal, and primal energy. Just like snakes shed their skin, seeing a snake or dreaming of them is a sign of rebirth and renewal; they also symbolize the nurturing earth.

However, in many cultures, snakes have a dark meaning, often symbolizing evil, destruction, and temptation.

Let’s just say I’m going with the Spiritual Meaning unless it’s a rattler and then I stay clear.

See you Wednesday with a Published poem from MasticadoresUSA.

Blessings of Love and Laughter,

💖

Cindy

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thereluctantpoet
3 months ago

Really loved the message in this one, My Dear!! 😊💕🌹

holliemayx
3 months ago

Yes yes !!!!!!

jonicaggiano
3 months ago

Hi Cindy I love the message here it is a great one. That snake looked scary but he probably was a friend. Snakes have always scared me so I keep my distance too. Blessings to you dear friend. I hope your world is busting with happiness. I hope to see you in a couple of days on line at Gabriela’s party. Yea!!! love you my friend.

jonicaggiano
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

Trying to hit some sites and touch base while vacationing in Washington State visiting my daughter and family. Love you sweetie. I might get to send you a virtual hug. Yea while watching your lovely face. 🤗💝💝💝😘

Daphny Aqua
3 months ago

Yikes I really hope the snake doesn’t come back again, haha… I guess there might be some other type of human’s as well? 🤔🤣

Daphny Aqua
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

Oh I really could, thanks so much for a brilliant idea 😂😁❤️❤️

Daphny Aqua
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

🤣🤣🤣🤣 I will spare your bathtubs now for sure since you’ve given me your snakes 😂

Daphny Aqua
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

Don’t blame me if the snake comes to haunt you 20 years later 😅😉❣️💞

Sop-hi
3 months ago

amen

Poetry Goddess
3 months ago

Good post! You’ve earned yourself a new follower!

Poetry Goddess
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

Awe you’re too kind

notestowomen
3 months ago

I find snakes fascinating and frightening but I’m reminded that they’re also God’s creation. Many of them have beautiful colors and patterns and they move gracefully in the shape of an S. And they are wise too. Some of them are harmless.

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
3 months ago

Your snake is a beauty! (Although I wouldn’t have picked him/her up either!) I love that you always choose the spiritual meaning of everything. Cheers to a lovely weekend, my friend Cindy! 🌞

rothpoetry
3 months ago

A great word of wisdom, Cindy. That is a beautiful snake. The one in you first photo, look rather intimidating!

rothpoetry
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
3 months ago

It is a real hook!

Karima Hoisan
3 months ago

I love your message Cindy,,I rely heavily on my intuition in almost every facet of my life..and I know when those messages should be heeded.. I really liked how you laid it out so clearly!! I was nodding my head up and down all the way:) Fun and wise:)

ivyfitnessenvisages
3 months ago

This was amazing to read.

spturmsite
3 months ago

I learnt something WONDERFUL here

spturmsite
3 months ago

Thank you

davidjhopcroft
2 months ago

I learned a little about snakes. Thank you.

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