Date: 29th May 2020
Location: Isle of Wight
Category: Simply Everyday Delights
and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day*
I can count on one hand how many times I’ve seen a shooting star. What about you?
Yesterday, on my way to my 4am shift, one shot across the sky as I drove across the Isle of Wight Downs. It was still dark enough for it to be bright in the sky, but there was also a tinge of colour in the sky and the background with the lights from Southampton Harbour and the Solent.
I was all alone on the road and I felt a moment of magic as it glowed briefly before me. I made a quick wish and my body came alive with energy – yes, even at 3:45am!
I’ve always believed that seeing a shooting star is good luck. A quick Google search says that it can mean a change or big event is coming towards your life, or it can be a symbol of reaching ones ultimate destiny. Wow – who knew?
This time, as I am aware of being on my spiritual journey, I am going to take this one as a positive sign – reminding me that I have a connection to the universe. Could it also be a possible moment of synchronicity affirming that what I am currently doing is perhaps a good way to go? I choose to believe so.
* lyrics from Perry Como song, 1957