I've learned, over time, that daydreams are not impossible given hard work and graft. And, the ones I circle back to again and again.... the ones that emanate from my soul via the gift of intuition, are who I am.

Hello from Linda at Circle of Daydreams
Hello from Linda at The Circle of Daydreamers
About Linda from The Circle of Daydreamers
 

Life has thrown me curve balls. Beloved ones have been lost forever. Relationships have failed and trauma has been suffered.

Many lessons have been learned.

Now my future is my own.

The decisions I make are founded upon the truths I've gathered.

I'm working on my daydreams with the help of deliberate attention, curiosity, and gratitude...

...and the 'way' is before me.

 
Hello from Linda

Hey there fellow daydreamer and pathfinder! My name is Linda, and I'm on a journey of inner and outer wanderings.

During the day (and a lot of time busy at night too) I'm a primary school teacher of 30 plus years. In my spare time, I love to create a multitude of things and keep my ever curious mind fed with new joys and enchantments.

This space is where I share my questing, my deliberate musings, my discoveries, my failures, my experiments, and my loves.

As I walk along this newly emerging path, I hope to inspire, surprise, rejuvenate, invigorate, and delight. As the quote at the top of this page alludes to, I'd like to help you 'keep a little fire burning', no matter how small, or if it's hidden.

I have a partner who makes me wonderful cups of tea often (he also makes a great stir fry). Earlier this year, my sweet furry friend and companion of 19 years, Jessie, passed away, and I still miss her dearly. Cats really are such wonderful characters.

My beloved 87 year old Mum had open heart surgery last year on my birthday, and I was terrified I'd lose her. She made it through and is recovering slowly. My much loved Dad passed away nearly 20 years ago with Leukemia, and his beautiful spirit lives with me as I travel onward to experience my journey.

Over the years I've weathered some interesting storms, sought help, and regained my inner confidence. I'm no longer afraid to put myself first when needs be, and I've learned to say 'no' and 'let go' when it's best for my sanity and health!

I'm an introvert, a book devotee, an obsessed interiors lover, a fringe minimalist (I love my books and wall art too much to be a 'real' one), and a believer in 'home'.

Welcome to my little corner of the world.

Please come back and visit again!

Linda. xox

I Believe:

  • In cradling gently, and letting go.
  • In a soft heart, with stable boundaries.
  • Creativity + a curious mind = awesomeness.
  • Real books beat E-books hands down.
  • Every moment is mine to make the most of.
  • Making stuff soothes the soul....
  • So does music and dance.
  • Cats have eyes that see inside your heart.
  • Hugs are good medicine....
  • So is volunteering!
  • Magic is possible, it just depends on your definition.
  • I have all I need, and it's within me.
  • The best is yet to come.

More About Me:

Other than my family and friends, I LOVE...

  • Old trees and dappled light
  • Autumn leaves and fields of golden wheat at sunset
  • Owls, otters and ocelots
  • Butterflies (I have a tattoo)
  • Feathers, arrows and my 'wheel visualisation'
  • Faux fur rugs and throws
  • An easy mix of hygge and minimalism
  • Inspirational quotes and displays
  • The Muppets (especially The Rainbow Connection)
  • Oracle cards and cushions
  • More cushions (mini artworks and comfy!)
  • Antique Bosson wall ornaments and sculptures
  • Robert Goddard, Phil Rickman, and Raymond E Feist (to name a few)
  • The Weirdstone of Brisingamen
  • Middle Earth and make believe lands with lamp posts
  • Jalna Creamy Vanilla Yoghurt (even though I'm kinda lactose intolerant)
  • Chocolate mousse and cream (you can get lactose free cream!!)
  • The Serenity Prayer
  • 'The Four Agreements'
  • Going to the movies by myself to escape
  • Daydreaming!
     

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