76 thoughts on “Tiny Thoughts in Twenty Words ~ Heavenly Body 💫

      1. Google. Pleiades and Orion are talked about a bit. Orion usually a negative though I don’t consider myself one of them

      2. Cool. I like seeing him too wherever I am in the world. He does appear differently depending on where you are and the season

      3. I know I have it in hard copy. I might even have written it before we had the internet. I used to write on MS DOS

  1. i had to look it up.

    denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful.
    “the halcyon days of the mid 1980s, when profits were soaring”
    synonyms: serene, calm, pleasant, balmy, tranquil, peaceful, temperate, mild, quiet, gentle, placid, still, windless, stormless More

  2. JM always look forward to your posts Shining stars how I love the thought of beautiful heavenly things flitting across the galaxy hope you are well sweetest thoughts xxx

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  4. Beautiful name for a beautiful post that describes the author to a “T”. Hey gorgeous, just wanted to say reading this makes one automatically visualize meteor showers which can be lovely. Did you know that meteor showers are actually named based on the constellation present at the time they occur. The Leonids Meteor Shower originates in the constellation Leo, which is supposed to take place on the night of November 16 of this year! Like I said, I love the post, and the picture compliments it’s beauty.

      1. no. it’s not an avi. and I thank you. you flatter me too much. just an average girl sharing thoughts and probably thinking about the same things as everyone else. 😉

  5. I wanted to stop by and wish you a wonderful evening, miss. Expect some messages from me tomorrow. Seems like you have a tight crew here. Glad to be a part of it. Looking forward to getting to know you.

      1. Well, it’s awfully sweet. No one actually does it, you know? Omg, can you imagine having to like every comment? I usually only like those that come from my friends, family, and followers, honestly. Otherwise it gets crazy time consuming and some of the commenters might not appreciate them, you know?

        But it’s totally sweet of you to think to do it! *smiles*

        Have a wonderful night. 🙂

  6. I am truly jealous. I spend 1-2 days in most cases writing an article. It takes me between 400 and 1000 words to express myself. You create a magnificent emotional experience in 20 words. Maybe now you can understand why I compliment your writing skills.
    Absolutely beautiful!

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Jonathan. I am always grateful I can touch your spirit in some small way with my work.

      And, it must be said. I had the wonderful good fortune to stumble across your blog a couple of months back. It’s full of practical strategies based on common sense. It feels like you are lifting the veil on medical mumble jumble.

      Your articles are very well-written and contain sound, eminently useful advice. In fact, I have already benefited from some of your information. You point out many things in your work that many of us will remember for years. I look forward to reading your next informative post and many more to come.

      Thank you again. :o)

    1. Getting there. :o) I’ve been extremely grateful to have you along on my journey of healing these past few months, lady. Hugs! Here’s to many more months and years of good with you. 💙

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