Thursday, December 17, 2009

Note from The Universe

I get a message from The Universe every day in my e-mail. I always look forward to checking in and seeing what message The Universe has for me that day - they usually apply to exactly what I am dealing with at the time. Amazing, huh! :)

How I would love to have this view to from my back porch. I think I would hang out there each and every night just talking to Universe.

Photo is from desire to inspire (great eye candy blog)

Today's note from The Universe:

Most people will find the following very hard to believe, Debra, but, there is nothing, ever, worth being unhappy about.

Because no matter what happens, it will add to you, you'll still live forever, and our love affair will remain tabloid fodder in realms far, far away.

Thank you.

Earth rocks,
The Universe

Hope everyone is having a wonderful week! xoxo



yes on the gorgeous view please...
It's so true, there are certainly joy+happiness that we could find around's a matter of taking the time to seek them; seek & we shall find! ps: happy that you are back, sincerely!

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

You're so sweet. It feels good to be back to blogging. xoxo

Jo said...

I LOVE that last line!! It gave me the a good way!

Jo said...

P.S. Welcome back!! :)

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

Hey Jo - it affected me the same way.:)

Thank you very much for the welcome back. It feels good.:) xoxo

Rikkij said...

hmmm. The view is grand but that neat field needs it's hair mussed. I wanna buy into this (talking to universe) but thatis such a big statement. Nothing? If I see a man beat a small child, it's not worth being unappy over and it will add to me? or a fatal car wreck?
I'm trying to get on universe's boat here but I need to twist my mind a bit. If what universe is saying is that nothing that happens to ME is worth being unhappy about, I'm in. Take care~rick

Amy said...

Well hello stranger..I have been absent also...Not much to say really!! But sometimes feel like this is the only place I have any social life at al!!! Know what I mean? Have a great Christmas!

Nora Johnson said...

Dear Blogpal!
Just briefly stopping by with my very best wishes for Xmas and the New Year! Can’t tell you how much I’ve missed your terrific posts since my last visit - but hope to see you very soon back at my place where I’ve just posted my latest Christmas Lola Lifeline! All the best & see you again soon!


John said...

You're back and I am so happy that you are and hope all is well. Your blog & pics are beautiful. Missed you! xoxo

steven said...

sixpence - i would love to see behind me if i were standing in that photograph. joy and happiness are right there. sometimes tucked away so you have to dig a little. like colour in wintertime! have a lovely day. steven

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

Hi Rikki, so nice to see you stopped by. How you been? I hope life is treating you like a king. :)

As for talking to the Universe. Please don't ask me for advice about the Universe; I'm still trying to figure it all out myself. As a kid I thought by the time I reached a certain age - not sure what that age was - I'd have so much of life figured out. Well, it seems the older I get, the less I think I understand. Perhaps my problem is, buying into any one thing totally. The only things I find that truly makes sense to me are nature and animals. Humans make no sense to me (and I do include myself.) (lol) So...I guess we'll keep on searching for the answers together. :) xoxo

Thanks for stopping by.

Amy, great to see you visited. I have been thinking about you, wondering how you are doing. And yes, I do in fact know what you mean. I haven’t been great at socializing behind this screen as of late. Trying to make myself do more and get the creative juices flowing once again.
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas, a blessed and Happy New Year! xoxo

I am so happy to see that Lola had time to stop by for a visit. lol Thank you for missing me! That really means more than you know. Tomorrow is going to be a rough day; the puppies go to their new home tomorrow. I have put this off as long as I can. They are almost 6months old and people are not going to want them as much if they don't get them while they are still puppies. They are adorable!!! I think they sense that something is about to change. They keep coming to me and wanting me to pick them up. Well, need I say I am mess! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, a Joyous and Happy New Year. xoxo P.S. I'll be by your place a little later tonight.

Hey, John! Yes I am.:) So glad you missed me. Thank you. Going to come by and say hi a little later tonight. How have you been? Are the cards being dealt to you at this time good ones? I hope so! If not, turn them back in for a new hand.:) I hope your holidays are happy, peaceful, and relaxing. If holidays can be relaxing at all.:) Thanks for stopping by. Missed you! xoxo

Steven, it's true, we do have to search for "color in wintertime", but you’re right, it is there if we dig beneath the surface.
Isn't that photograph gorgeous! And can't you just smell the freshness of the air?
Btw, the puppies are going to their new home tomorrow. They are going together, that part of it makes me happy, that they will not be alone. They know something is up, they know I'm not myself today. I held onto them all day, trying to hold onto the feeling of them against me, the sweet smells, and of course all those kisses they love passing out. I'm sending all their favorite toys, their blankets, their crate (which is large) a bag of their food, treats, so I hope they won't be too sad for very long. They will have two little girls to play with them and keep them happy. And I am asking for visitation rights. (lol) I am, seriously. They are going to be going to the same groomer. I hope I covered all the bases to make the transition for them a pleasant one. I hope they will not miss me as much as I will miss them. Damn, life is way painful sometimes!

Anthony said...

Hey, Debra*!
I must sheepishly admit that either I'm exceptionally dense today, or I'm just NOT as bright as I like to think.

It's what your pal The Universe had to say... I don't get it. Mostly, I think, because I'm not sure that I agree with the first part. Of course there are some things in life WORTH being unhappy about! Like the deaths of loved ones, for one example. If losing the dearest people whom we cherish most in our lives ISN'T worth being unhappy about?... well, I just don't want to BE in that "Universe". But let me clarify something. I don't think we should stay unhappy forever about such things. I think people should grieve, heal and carry on with a healthy life. Ideally, of course.

As for the rest of that note, color me baffled!

Btw, I didn't get the email you said you sent. Did you send it to

*Artist formerly refered to as Six.

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

Anthony, (lol) Like everything, I think we get out of art, music, religion, words, etc., what our heart and soul needs at the time.

You guys took this message more literal than I did. It never occurred to me when I read it, that it was advising me to not be upset over the loss of a human life, a natural disaster, etc. I was thinking more along the lines of being stuck in traffic, a flat tire, missing a deadline, that sort of things. Unless we are walking around without blood flowing through our veins and no heat beat, I do not think it is possible not to get or be upset over so many things that affect our lives.

And you can rest assured, you are as bright as you thought you were. It just happens that this message did not rest on you.

I have to take the puppies to their new home in about 5 min., so I’ll check on that email when I get back home.

And btw, I am very upset having to part with these little guys, and I’ll be very upset for quite sometime.

You can call me Six if you like. I don’t mind at all.


Anthony said...

Sorry for the knee-jerk reaction, Debra. Perhaps I should have pondered the message a bit longer before commenting... Jumping to conclusions is but one of my many faults. :(

You've been such a GOOD mommy to those li'l pups! They are SURE to have a well-adjusted new start with their new adoptive parents. :)

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Sixpence,

I would love to sit out there and enjoy that lovely view.

They are such great words ~ I have written them in my book ~ thank you.

I hope that you are having a lovely week and I did say how great it is to see you back here.


Slices of Beauty... said...

'...nothing , ever, worth being unhappy about..' OMG love this!

Merry Christmas love.

The Cottage Cheese said...

Sweetie, I've missed you! I haven't been blogging much lately either, life has been busy (but good). Welcome back! Love to you & happy holidays girlie, XOXO - Marsi


Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!
Love+peace...all the good stuffs as well darling~


hey lady! you know, i, too, every single day read my little notes from THE UNIVERSE! LOVE THEM! and you're right, it does seem almost as if THE UNIVERSE is right beside me, reading my mind! [uh, perhaps it IS!] love the post! come see me!

Dia said...

Oh, I want that view out my back door, too!!
I get those 'love notes' from Tut, too - aren't they grand?! & as you said, so timely!
Intriguing to see the thoughts on whether we *should* be upset by *big* events - I guess I've had the sense of it being lovely to inhabit a body, AND at the the spirit isn't confined to that - so yes, events like those spoken of can shock & rock us . . . but *in the long run/big picture* I agree with TUT - we'll 'still live forever' (& so will all)