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All the decorated Trees!

When I think back to my younger days, the holidays always seemed magical and filled with wonder to me. Now, however, the holidays bring about a sense of anxiety and pressure, no doubt self imposed. You see, the job I currently have gears up in mid November and keeps my department rather busy right through the New Year into February. It is not uncommon for me to go into work at 8am and not leave until well after 7pm. I wish I could say that I have the physical stamina for this sort of schedule, but truthfully, I don't. It is also not uncommon for me to get quite ill during the season, which just sucks. Add to this being tuned into emotions and energies, this time of year can be, well, down right exhausting! I'm not complaining, but rather explaining why there may be times when I am just unavailable mentally and emotionally to my beloved treelings. I would much rather use my abilities to help and inspire others than to sit in an office all day doing paperwork and answering questions. Don't get me wrong, my job can be very rewarding and I love the people I work with. It's just that since I have found my purpose, I am antsy to make that my full time, all encompassing work.

That being said, I want to take a moment to acknowledge and thank you, treelings, for the support, love and pure joy you have given to me this past year. The Roundtables I host have been truly life affirming, and I am so grateful to have such amazing beings in my life to share this remarkable journey with! You all have inspired me to be who I am in truth and love. For this coming year, my wish for you all is to know your worth, not only in this life but also in the Universe. Each of you makes a difference. Each of you completes the pattern. And each of you blesses my heart. Happiest of holidays to you all.

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Barbara Hatfield
Barbara Hatfield
Dec 15, 2019

You are awesome, thank you for all you do! Happiest Holidays to you and your family

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