I’ve been playing with numerology for the last couple of days. I guess it got started by the dream I had where I was going from Exit 12 to Exit 11. I started looking up what the numbers meant. I found out how to find your lifepath number. You just add all the digits of your birthday, month, day, year, together, and then reduce them to a single digit. Unless…they add up to 11 or 22 which are master numbers and not therefore reduced.
So…my birthdate is April 19, 1951 – 4/19/1951
4+1+9+1+9+5+1 = 30
3+0 = 3
Once you get a single digit go to this site and see what it says about your number.
I would have pasted the info here, but it’s a little long.
So far everyone I’ve done has been right on the money. I mean, so on the money I am shocked! I did it with a bunch of co-workers, and they were all right perfect.
I’m a 3…and I think that it describes me pretty well. My son is also a 3. My ex is an 8, and it describes him well….all about money. He was a good businessman for many years, til he became a better alcoholic. Scott is a 7. And yeah, 7 describes his best self. The one I always saw, trying to throw off the dark layers, always unsuccessfully. The one I knew. The one I still and always will love. My little sister is a 3 like me. She and I are so similar, we even look alike. My older one is a 1. And she is the quintessential 1.
So it is kinda fun, an interesting distraction from the norm.
In other news…….
The new guy, who worked so hard to get me to say ok, has not called yet. Whatever….LOL. I had some very dapper man from Mexico City hit on me tonight, lol. He was sweet, in his mesage and sexy and tall in his pictures, lol. Too bad he’s not closer, lol, and oddly I don’t think he was a scammer. I’m pretty good at weeding them out.
Trying to get insurance for my house in Florida. There are not many companies that write homeowners insurance there. And I find out that if you want to insure against wind damage, it’s a separate policy. But I’m going to look at the inspection report closer on the roof, I don’t know if I really need it. My roof is brand new. Still, it should cost me under $1000 a year.
Life moves on. And I move…Onward.
Love and light, all….