Stellar Wonders

I have managed to dodge those weird conversations when a neighbour, or a colleague, or the cashier at the supermarket start telling you about their star sign. When I was a child it was a bit of a joke that some people seemed to actually make decisions based on that cringe-worthy column in the rags.

Even recently, I heard a woman who is paid a six figure salary talking about her star sign and who that makes her compatible with and how it dictates her attitudes and interactions and reactions. She admitted that she takes a person’s star sign into account when she is interviewing candidates. I was absolutely horrified when I heard her say that…to the extent that I am wondering if I should discreetly report it to one of her senior’s.

Anyway…at this time of year when the sky is dark not long after four o’clock, there is only one constellation that I look for in the sky. Orion. My first interest in astronomy was due to the fascinating Orion’s nebula.

The wonders of the stars and galaxies stir a different fascination in me. I see vast vast vast amounts of energy (you know that word that is constantly in the news) converted into matter on an extraordinary scale.

Speaking of energy…I ought to go to sleep so that I have enough energy for a very busy day tomorrow.

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6 thoughts on “Stellar Wonders”

    1. Hi Saudah

      Do you mean the story of Annabelle Riley as a teenager? If so, yes there is more to come. I am going to be digging into Dean’s character and developing their friendship. Also there will be more on how Annabelle and her parents navigate her last two years at home.

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  1. As a kid I wanted to be an Astronomer. Where we lived part of the sky was always obscured with the smoke from the steel and chemical plants. The part of the sky that had Orion in during winter. I can’t begin to tell you how excited I was when I did finally get to see it.

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