I hope everyone had a fun and safe New Year and I hope your neighbor’s fireworks didn’t scare the hell out of your dogs; it can be so stressful for pets. Our neighbors, here’s the thing, we have so many law enforcement officers and firemen in our neighborhood, and these people set off so many confiscated fireworks at New Year’s Eve and on Independence Day. I swear to god, it’s like the goddamn battle of Bunker Hill around here. I have to say we’re very fortunate that Johnny doesn’t get spooked by fireworks. He’s far too invested in his own laziness to get worked up about anything that goes on in and around our neighborhood. Prioritize your peace, king. Love that for you.
Hello and welcome to the last episode of April, what a month. I know the spring hasn’t been super springy everywhere, but I have to just give April props for being a really beautiful month here where we live. It has been so gorgeous and mild, and I know it won’t last through the end of May. Here in my neck of the woods, we frequently see triple digit weather in May, but my hopes are high that we can just cruise in the mid to upper 80s and save the triple digits for June. Exciting weather-related conversation on the podcast today.
Hello everyone, welcome to the podcast, and welcome to Aries season. I hope everyone enjoyed Ostara, I have been loving seeing all the posts of everyone’s celebrations. I am really feeling so just uplifted right now. The change of seasons has been good for me, and if the beautiful messages I’ve been receiving are any indication, it’s been good for others as well.
Hello again, and I hope you’re well. If you’re listening to this on the day of recording, then it’s Thursday, January 13th, and Monday is a full moon, the first of the new year. If you’re not listening to this today, then I hope your full moon was magical anyway.