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Friday, September 2, 2011

We went to Sedona for our honeymoon in June 2011.
Next Thurs. we fly direct to Phoenix, and drive to the Grand Canyon where we will stay one night and tour the next day.  Then Fri, Sat and Sun. night in Sedona, where we are both getting tattoos.  Then Mon and Tues. night in Phoenix for a training Greg is going to at a resort and then we fly back home Wed. night and I have a buffer day off Thurs.  Then I work Friday and on Saturday I go to the Power to Be Yourself IlluminEssensce workshop in Portland.

P.S. Just got an email that I'm going to get personally toned by Taylore at the time of the workshop.
I'm going to get a dragonfly tattoo
As a creature of the wind, the dragonlfy totem represents change. It's iridescent wings are incredibly sensitive to the slightest breeze, and so we are reminded to heed where the proverbial wind blows - lest we run into stormy weather.
Dragonflies are also creatures of the water, and any creature whose habitat is in, or around water carries symbolism relative the the subconscious, or "dreaming" mind and thoughts.
This is because in the animal world, water is symbolic of the subconscious mind ("deeper mind," "dreaming mind") and relates to the thoughts we have in relaxed/meditative/sleeping/subconscious states.
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Jane Leu Rekas, LCSW, CHt, writes a blog about seasonal color analysis and the four humors. She is certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and does Color Profiles individualized fabric fans online and in Hood River, Oregon.

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