I Make My Own Sunshine

Love this…I’ve been singing it all day.

The Rainbow Colors of Phoenix

The © image above was created by myself personally.

Excerpts by Diane Fast taken from Kamric-Astrology:-The-Karma-of-Scorpio

The spiritual path that Scorpio’s find the most difficult, more so than other signs

They all still have the same bag of tricks associated with being a Scorpio, but they refine their tendencies and put them to good use, the very definition of transformation. Instead of digging out other people’s secrets, they turn their investigative skills inward and pursue self-knowledge.

Instead of expressing their power over others, they practice power over themselves.

They pursue spiritual evolution with all the passion and intensity with which they once chased after sense pleasures.

When they are stung by someone’s remark, they take the opportunity to examine why that is a trigger for them.

They take up the practice of forgiveness.

They learn transparency, and they begin to use their ability to ferret out another’s weakness to protect and be of service to that person.

All of these changes are hard-won.

Refined Scorpio has been to hell and back.

They have burned in the fire and risen from the ashes.

Now, as birds of transformation, they soar in the highest reaches of consciousness and can help the rest of us to embrace the process of radical, evolutionary change.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow~Ava Cassidy

Seen is melanoma with a border that is uneven,...
Image via Wikipedia

Her voice is amazing.She is from our old stomping grounds.Died at the age of 33 from a melanoma mole on her back.It went into her bones and lungs and even with extensive radiation she was gone in less then 6 weeks.

My daughter calls me tonight and said she is in so much hip pain that she can barely walk.I am so concerned since I read and posted this.Her melanoma looked exactly like this.

From Wikipedia

In July 1996, Cassidy noticed an ache in her hips, which she attributed to stiffness from painting murals while perched atop a stepladder.

The pain persisted and a few weeks later, X-rays revealed that the melanoma had spread to her lungs and bones.

Her doctors estimated she had three to five months to live. Cassidy opted for aggressive treatment, but her health deteriorated rapidly.

In her final public performance in September 1996, at the Bayou, she closed the set with “What a Wonderful World” in front of an audience of friends, fans and family.

She was subsequently admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Cassidy died at her family home in Bowie, November 2, 1996, at the age of 33.