Let Us Go Then, You and I . . .

Oooh. The title of the blog has changed! Yesterday it was Afternoons and Coffeespoons. Now it’s Unicorn Dreams. What could that possibly mean?

It could mean nothing. I might post this and not come back to my blog for four more years.

But it could mean I have too long, as T.S. Eliot wrote, “measured out my life with coffee spoons,” and now it’s time for a change.

Perhaps I’m finally focusing on my Unicorn Dreams.

Which begs the question: What are unicorn dreams?

unicorn tapestry

Well, the unicorn stands for something unique, rare, fantastical or simply mere fantasy.

It also, in some accounts, stands for purity.

In medieval religious iconography, the unicorn symbolizes both the Incarnation of Christ and also the Passion of Christ.

In dream analysis, the presence of a unicorn signifies seeking more magic in life, or encouragement to pursue a path already started upon.

Unicorn Path

So, one could say this new title marks a shift in this blog. No longer will I be whiling away overly-caffeinated afternoons.  Instead, I’ll be filling my life (and yours) with unique, rare, pure, fantastical dreams in accord with my Christian beliefs, seeking more magic in my life, and pursuing the new path which I’ve already started upon.

Stay tuned!

9 thoughts on “Let Us Go Then, You and I . . .

  1. What a lovely gift to have this pop on on Independence Day! Sending you grateful and joyous thoughts, sister Christian mystic.



    1. TERRA! HI! HOW ARE YOU? I could so use one of your hugs right now. I hope you’re well. I miss you so much. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. You made me smile.

  2. Diane, that bit of wonder in you always makes me smile. I’m looking forward to reading more ❤️

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