Many of you know that Kelly’s brain cancer has progressed. Rick Ingrasci has graciously offered to host a healing light circle for Kelly on October 17, 4-6pm, at the new Soundview Center at 432 3rd St, Langley, WA 98260.
The format is simple. We will gather at 4 and then quietly share our love with Kelly. Musicians among you, if you have a song to offer, please let Rick know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kelly is currently immunocompromised so please don’t hug him or Diana if you feel a cold coming on.
Many many thanks for all the love and support. If you can’t attend, please simply send a healing light or prayer his way at that time.
In case you missed it, here’s an entry from Kel’s CaringBridge:
Kiki: “It seems that there are a lot of people around you who think that your time here is getting shorter.”
Me: “My time here where? The Farmhouse?”
Kiki: “Where the Farmhouse is and where all of this is. The road is getting shorter to that turn off.”
Me: “Turn off?”
Kiki: “Turn off to the Great What’s Next.”
Small Ghost: I’m the only one who’s seen that turn off and it’s still a ways off there yet. We’re not that close to coming to it and the one behind us isn’t very close to catching up.
Me: “You mean there’s one in front and behind?”
Small Ghost: “Of course, that turn off isn’t bound to time or space.”
Me: “Why do we need to be warned of where it is if it’s going to come regardless? Why do we need a guide? Is it something we’re trying to avoid?”
Small Ghost: “Oh no, it’s not something to be avoided, it’s something to fully appreciate that it’s there so you can take advantage of the beauty and wonder of the entire trail and not miss any of it.”
Elena: “Do we need to do something to prepare for that road or trail?”
Small Ghost: “You don’t need to prepare but you’re going to want to hold hands with each other. Not for safety, it’s just a road you travel with those you love.”
Teodara: “Like us.”
Timor: “Like us.”
MottnTrot: “Is it scary?”
Small Ghost: “It wasn’t the first time but I didn’t know what scary was then. I do now. But I don’t think it will be scary. I think it will be magical. Especially if we’re all still holding hands.”