Messy or organized chaos?

The making of God’s spritz

Alright y’all… God’s Spritz? I mean really?

As hard as it is to believe, every bottle is lovingly, and carefully measured with all natural ingredients: Holy Water from the River Jordan, sea salt, purified water, and lavender essential oil. Sometimes, the measurements vary slightly. I don’t think or worry about it. Each bottle is made for that special someone.

I am divinely guided to make and share this unique blend: equivalent to lighting up sage sticks, or the like, these 2.7oz bottles serve the same purpose: to cleanse, purify, protect, and add an amazing scent to go along with it!

As I set to work to make these, I felt an immediate sense of calm and peace. Made to fit easily in any space, this is convenient, instant refreshing calm, and well, however it’s meant to assist you.

Is it egotistical to say it’s ‘God’s spray’?

🤔

Many blessings, Sandi

Freedom

A new day, in a new life. Breaking free of self-imposed chains; external forces that cuffed me somewhere along the way; seeing a new way forward inspired by seemingly impossible obstacles to overcome; Easter. The day we observe The resurrection of Jesus Christ.

This isn’t a post about religion. It’s an acknowledgement that we experience many endings in our lifetimes. And through those endings, emerge new beginnings.

Today, I celebrate my own release. Release from negative live-feed internal nonsense, and build healthy boundaries around those who seek to tear down my efforts.

🥂, may you all find beauty, courage, and strength around your soul. 💞

Many blessings 🙏🏼, Sandi

Faithful Forty: Day 33

Hyacinths

My mom and I went plant-shopping today… I’m so looking forward to planting these beauties. I also bought a rose bundle. Soon, it will sprout beautiful and vibrant petals; proof that spring is here.

Very rarely do I intentionally shop for plants and flowers. I just felt inspired and couldn’t ignore the warming and gorgeous days as of late out here in northern New Mexico. Who could?!

I like planting bulbous plants because they’re perennial – in this case, hyacinths. They bloom once every year, and it’s great to have something to look forward to. I’m not a plant pro, but I like getting my hands dirty, and seeing the results right before my eyes!

I am looking forward to updating my handiwork, but in the meantime, what are you going to plant this spring? Can be literal or figurative…

Happy planting! Many blessings, Sandi.