Tuesday, March 20, 2007

For Neith

And her mother's continuing presence. Mother and daughter .... knit together. forever.

7 Comments:

Blogger Tseka said...

in endless wonder.

20/3/07 7:40 AM  
Blogger Neith said...

This is a wonderful photo in remembrance of my mom as she supported and encouraged me in all my artistic endeavors . . . whether it giving me drawing materials for my birthday or persuading my dad that year in Finland was a great idea! Oddly enough - or not - I feel her cheering me on now & quite glad to be free of that frail husk . . . :-)

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jm - I have been thinking about that NN in Taurus you have . . . and here are a couple of dates when it will be activated by transit.

by Venus: March 27 this is a good one as Venus is the ruler of your NN

by Mars: June/25 to July/11 As Mars is your chart ruler, this may be a more noticeable transit

Perhaps if you note these dates on your calender, there will be clues as to what your NN wishes you to focus on . . . :-)

20/3/07 9:47 AM  
Blogger jm said...

feel her cheering me on now & quite glad to be free of that frail husk

Neith, how beautiful. The way you described her slipping away was also beautiful. It was a good parting. You can't imagine what a difference it makes, and how much she will accompany you always. They do not go far, that's for sure.
I'm so glad you got a good one for your first.

Thank you, neith for the NN transits. I've been working all my adult life on this, and I'd like to reap some reward before it's over for me, too!

21/3/07 5:12 AM  
Blogger jm said...

You also mentioned, neith, that in retrospect already, you realize that she was leaving clues for awhile. This is always so. We're afraid to read them.

In fact, I think all experiences prepare us this way whether we consciously pick up the clues or not.

This is why I try to get ready for the long outer transformational transits, such as the Pluto square to my Mars just ahead. One of the great benefits of astrology.

21/3/07 5:13 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Were you in the room when she died?

Sometimes they wait until everyone leaves. My mother did that. My father died with my siblings right there. My sister watched it on the machine.

21/3/07 5:15 AM  
Blogger Neith said...

Sometimes they wait until everyone leaves. My mother did that.

i stopped by earlier in the week & had a very good visit w/her. we even joked around Merc in Scorp style . . My dad & other 2 sisters were there the evening before she died & my Sag sister read prayers for her from the Episcopal prayer book (that was the church my mom went to for many years)and she slipped quietly away some time in the night.

This last year she had all four of her children with her several times & that made her very, very happy. Plus she saw how much we enjoyed each other's company as adults, another biggie for her.

21/3/07 10:24 AM  
Blogger jm said...

i stopped by earlier in the week & had a very good visit w/her. we even joked around Merc in Scorp style .

Another good one. This is the last memeory and it's one of laughter. You'll cherish this.

Her humility shows.

21/3/07 1:14 PM  

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