Flooded in!

Mother Nature has been wet, windy and wild at our little farm. We are safe and well but flooded in. Trees down everywhere and no power. But we have candles and a radio, books and a gas stove so all in all we are okay. And my iphone is fully charged!

Plenty of time for sleeping, meditation and lazing about. I’ll be sending much love, light and healing to you over the airwaves.
Where ever you are, be safe and know that you are loved. ❀ xx

The images below are the flooded causeway that provides access to our farm, Bert checking out the flood and one of the roads on our farm that is now a pretty waterfall.

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27 thoughts on “Flooded in!

  1. Stay safe Nicole, I couldn’t think of a nicer place to be flood bound. The weather is wild here in Brisbane and just a bit scary if I am honest. Take care and love to you. Chris

    • Scary here too last night, Chris. I could hear all the trees cracking and limbs coming down. An occasional mighty bang or crash. And it’s still too wet to get out and assess most of the damage. But I am brewing chai tea, and my biscuit tin is full πŸ˜€ Love to you too xx

  2. Tea and bikkies and the sounds of Mother Nature – what more could a girl want? Stay safe Nicole. In the last 10-minutes, here in Brisbane, the rain has stopped and the wind had died right down – the silence is almost eerie!

  3. Thank goodness for a certain postponement! Bert looks like he’s on the case – so in charge and grown up and so not a pup anymore *sniff* … It’s cyclonic at my place with wet carpet and winds so scary that I couldn’t sleep in my main bedroom last night because I was worried the 1959 glass might blow in. There’s a lot of damage at the Breck, so I may have new carpet when you next visit! Stay safe and warm, m’love. I’ve been thinking about the flood survivors who are being affected, too. Mother nature can be a cruel mistress, in her beauty and in her terror.

    Love CF πŸ˜› xoxo

    • Aaah, as I was about to DM you to see how you fared last night here is the answer. Big hugs & love xoxo

      Nicole – you’re well prepared & indeed Bert is on the job. Stay safe & enjoy the enforced rest/quiet time. xox

  4. We experience challenges with the weather here on Whidbey Island. My good friend said to me when I mentioned the power outage, “The electricity may have gone out, but I never lose my Power!”.. Thought you would enjoy that. Thank you for your postings. I have truly enjoyed your meditations…your call to creativity and inspiration. KristiO

  5. We are off to fill sandbags and then sandbag our friends house. Worst not over yet. had your green porridge for breakfast so got lots of energy for moving sand. xo

    • Have appreciated your sensitive soul post today Nicole. Even though closely, but not directly, affected by the impending flood; preparing for floods is definitely hard for a sensitive soul. Teary, emotional eating, chakra chaos. Feeling the energy of the now and the past 2 years is draining. Grounding regularly gives a quick shot of relief. This will be a big week for sensitive souls in Brisbane. big hugs Julia

  6. I hope that you are okay and hanging in there! To be without power is not easy. Neither is flooding. We went through that here in NYC with Hurricane Sandy. Differently of course, but it definitely makes you more reflective of the power of nature! Much love to you!

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