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Connie Cermak  Owner, Social Nectar 🐝Impassioned idea explorer💡Creative problem solver. Creating the BUZZ in your BIZ 🐝 consulting, print, internet marketing #WWJD

My dreams help me navigate life. DREAM Interpretation fascinates me. I had the most glorious dream last night. I dreamt that I was in a field and I came upon two beautiful, older black women dancing a tribal dance. I asked them to teach me, and they were happy to.
Another woman came walking across the field wearing a ginormous white flowing headdress. As she came closer, I could see that it was none other than Madonna. Of course. She asked me to “fix her hat,” which I did by organizing it into balanced - yet imbalanced perfection. Like artwork. Then we all danced together in the field. Clothes were flowing in the wind. The warmth of the sun met our smiles. Acceptance, strength, and beauty united us.
THE MEANING: Dancing is a symbol of energetic life, invigorating passion, desire, deep feelings, and sexuality. A dance symbolizes the stages and rhythms of life. A dream about dancing is a happy dream. It usually refers to a person's way and level of feeling joy, happiness and a sense of victory and confidence. Headwear in a dream is a symbol of excitement and surprises. To see or wear headwear in your dream may indicate that you are hiding an aspect of yourself. Do you ever feel like you are hiding an aspect of yourself?

He’s got a perfectly fabulous dog bed of his own. But no. He takes my lounger every time I get up to stoke the fire. Naughty Dolby. Spoiled pooch.

I spent the afternoon with @stylebeyondage and let me tell you, WOW! So inspiring! She just posted a blog on her website about bioidentical hormones written by Dr.Jen Hawes, known to us in #montana as Dr. Green Bean. Sonia is absolutely gorgeous. Both in and out. And while that may sound cliche it’s not. She’s as authentic as it gets. She’s perfectly fine being vulnerable. And she’s a no-nonsense “get ‘er done” kinda gal. Which is my favorite. She does what she puts her mind to doing. And I adore her. In fact,I adore anyone who inspires me these days. Why? Because we’re over saturated with “pretenders” who put on airs and use social media to be something they’re not. Check out the real deal. Check out Sonia’s style and wellness blog:

Alone in the woods. The rain is hard, the birds are loud. Wine is poured. Soup’s on the stove. And my soul is on fire. Oh! And the bear spray is on my belt, of course. 🐻

What do you love MOST about yourself? Speak up! We all want to know. I love my sense of adventure. I like to get off the path and explore. I love trying new things and meeting new people from different cultures. And I love that I’m a fiercely loyal friend. And above all, olive my relationship with God. Your turn. What do you love about yourself?

“Working hard means taking time to relax and reset.” We go to the city to saturate our senses with food and entertainment. And for those of us who choose to live in remote places, we are fortunate to pause daily amidst busy work schedules to nourish our soul. My grandfather was US regional forester, stationed in Missoula, Montana. So it’s safe to say that our forests and Montana’s beloved Glacier National Park are in my DNA. Please take care of our National Parks. Leave no trace. Do not feed the animals. Talk loudly when hiking alone. Carry bear spray in your hand when you hike. And absolutely do not feed the animals. (Note: I took this photo early on Saturday, before the onslaught of cars with plates from across the US arrived in @glaciernps to enjoy the breath taking splendor).

Turn off your head and listen with your heart! ❤️

We lost him way too early in life from esophageal cancer. Even in the hospital he made other people laugh, and feel comfortable in what would have been a very uncomfortable situation. He laughed until he cried. He loved to hug. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. He made me look up every word I couldn’t spell in the dictionary and then use it in a sentence. He left us with countless bits of wisdom that he drilled into us, such as “do onto others as you would have them do onto you,” “never judge a book by its cover,” and “one mans meat is another mans poison.” Having started his life in countless foster homes and numerous grade schools, he made a commitment to be the loving father he didn’t have as a child. I know that he’s my angel. So many great memories of this good man and loving father. Happy Father’s Day. I miss you Dad.

The power of positivity

So happy to see my succulent from @mumsflowersmt blossoming! Just as happy to see the shadow that the flower cast on the leaf below. One of my favorite books from ASU’s Interior Architecture School is called “In Praise of Shadows” by Tenizaki. It was written in 1933, explaining the art of light and shadow in historical Japanese architecture and culture. 👘 ⛩ In a world where technology often supersedes tradition, its good to see that we can stop at time - in any place, and appreciate light and shadow. Oh how I love our sweet local floral shop for their sweet plants, beautiful pottery and shadow casting succulents.

Nothing but the best

Evening walks have never been so fun! I love my neighbors.

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