Lance’s April Letter…………

Dear Friends,                                                                                      April 15, 2017

Rain is the middle name of Washington.  We are breaking records in rainfall this month; the old timers say they have never seen it so wet.  And snow?  Mount Baker is stunning with a white mantle in the distance as we turn a corner on the backroads and suddenly get to see the whole monty.  The view is always stunning. They have measured 718 inches of snow on Kulshan (the Lummi Indian name for the mountain) this season, the most snow on any mountain in the U.S.

Sunshine has been scarce but it is really appreciated when we get a “sun break” as they call it.  What astounds me is that Spring is here whether we feel it or not.  There are new leaves on the raspberry vines, and buds on the maples in our back yard.  Trees all over town are crowned with pink flowers; most of the apple trees are covered in white petals.

Even better, the daffodils are everywhere and we had a lovely trip to La Connor to see the daffodil festival a week ago.  La Connor is in Skagit county which is a super fertile valley between the mountains and the ocean.  This is where they have huge daffodil farms and even bigger tulip farms. The drive is short and within an hour we were in this fabulous little town of 9,000.  The whole city is on the national registry for preservation.  It was busy, hardly a place to park.  You would think you were in Carmel California as the sophistication and style in the little downtown shops is high, with lots of good choices on places to eat and drink.

La Conner is on the Swinomish channel sitting on the mainland with Fidalgo island on the far bank.  So, it’s protected, was settled in the 1870’s, and that’s probably why all the old buildings are still there.  In the fields surrounding the town are the daffodil farms.  Blazing yellow faces are a sunshine of their own as we stood next to a football sized field packed with daffodils in full bloom – one of the most beautiful sights I have ever experienced.  Check the label if you buy tulips as the odds are good they came from Washington and the farms in the Skagit Valley.  One farm alone planted 250,000 bulbs this year.

We will make the easy drive next week to see the tulip farms and get a fabulous blast of color, have a lovely lunch in La Conner and not be too concerned if it rains.  You can see a picture of the tulips at www.LoveLa Conner.com and get more info there along with pics of the town.  I was totally surprised at how cool this town was – the Museum of Northwest Art is there along with a quilt museum in the oldest Victorian house in town.

We are getting to be vets here in Birch Bay…and so enjoy the back roads, the green forest, the blue bay and the snow-covered mountains, rain does not diminish the fun and beauty.  The flowers in front yards all over town tell us it’s Spring and we are delighted to be here.

Leslie has planted new flowers in our front bed and brought home three huge tubs now sitting in the side yard in which she will plant tomatoes.  Diggity.  We really love our little house and are cozy.  Leslie’s favorite benefit: a heating vent under the cabinet that is under the sink, so while you are doing dishes, warm air flows over your feet – a small but very welcome design feature.

You don’t have to go far to find a cup of coffee in this area.  We have our share of Starbucks, many are in grocery stores here.  Then we have a local chain called Woods Coffee.  They are as numerous at Starbucks but much more fun as they have stone fireplaces with a fire going that makes a seat inside welcome and warm.  Plus, their grilled cheese sandwiches are unbeatable.  And then we also have the independents…at least as many tiny little coffee shacks are scattered all over – “cool beans” is one of them.  So, you are never far from a good cup of coffee and can buy from locals and enjoy a fireplace seat if you wish.  Life is good in Washington and Spring is just beginning to bring color and life to the farmlands and orchards. As times change.

Love,

Lance

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  1. nancy

    Always a pleasure to read your letters !!

    Is there a reason why you no longer post them in the “Lance’s Letters” category ? It’s a real treasure hunt to find them sometimes : }

    Thanks again for reminding me how much I miss the Pacific Northwest.

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  2. Wendy

    Agreed. Always a pleasure Lance. I appreciate all the visuals you put into them. Such a soft flow.
    Keep enjoying,

    Best,
    Wendy

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Interesting information

I just found out we can get a free astrocartography chart AND reading/explanation on the web. To get your report go to www.astro.com.  Click on “free horoscopes” at the top and get your astrological birth chart calculated.  Date, time and city of birth is what you need.  And print out a copy.

The only trick is the slots for entering your birthday.  Enter the day first, then pick the month and type in the year.  Put in your birth city and find it on the list and click on it.

And your chart is done, and now you can go to the “Astro click Travel” section and get a map of the country with lines through it…that tell you about the energy you would have if you lived in Chicago or New York…it’s complicated but if you click on any line it tells you what the symbols mean. It’s amazing! It’s free reading that might tip you off as to why you don’t like a city or had a lousy vacation someplace.  You can also get bits of info in the other sections, too.    If you can do biz in different cities, astrocartography might tip you off to the market that really loves your story and taste. Plus, you’ll have a copy of your birth chart which means you can begin to read the good astrology books.

And once you have your birth chart, you’ll know what signs and houses hold your Venus and Mars, the planets that rule love and sex.  Then you are ready to read “Love and Sexuality” by Kirby and Stubbs, two women who do a stellar job of explaining the tastes and needs of each position.  The entire book is just about your Venus and Mars.  It’s a good read, and it lets you see how different we are from each other. What turns us on and how we feel and give love – there are at least twelve different flavors in the twelve signs.

There are a huge number of books on astrology out there now, and most of them are flimsy.  If you want to read further on your chart I suggest you order one of the good handbooks out now that give you an interpretation of all of your planets in signs and houses and quite a bit more.  The best are: “The Astrologer’s Handbook” by Sakoian and Acker and “A Spiritual Approach to Astrology” by Lofthus.  And for a deeper interpretation on your planets, buy a copy of “Planets in Signs” by Skye Alexander.  Most of these books can be found used and cheap on Amazon.  No one book tells you everything; nobody knows it all in Astrology.  Each author has a point of view and that’s why I read them all.

If you read about your Venus sign in all three books you would identify a big piece of your personality and see how you give love and also what you must have in return.

It’s your nature.  This is so valuable in really understanding your kids and all your loved ones. We all have Different strokes and signs= different natures.

Read about your Mars in these books also - the sign and house he is in, and you’ll learn about your energy source and inspiration – how you fight and what really turns you on. It’s “ How you like to do things”.

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The March Letter from Lance

Dear Friends,                                                                                      March 14, 2017

This has been a hard Winter here in Washington and we’ve had lots of rain after some snow storms last month.  The best day found us in the post office parking lot watching huge snowflakes the size of dimes hit our windshield and melt.  It was so beautiful to be in a major snow storm and yet not suffer as the snow melted on contact with the temperature staying above freezing.  It doesn’t get really cold here but we do have lots of rain.  And while you would think an umbrella store would do well, that’s not how the folks deal with rain here.  First of all, the rain is light.  Leslie says it’s just “pissing on us”, a term she picked up in England, and that’s a fact.  So, most folks here just wear hoodies and even a sweatshirt hoodie will keep you dry.  So, I got a light jacket with a hoodie and actually enjoy being out in the rain as it doesn’t really create any problems and you don’t get wet.  But there’s lots of snow in the mountains.  Last year the ski areas never opened as there was no snow.  This year the pack is 10+ feet deep on Mt Baker and it’s a beautiful sight when the clouds part and you see snow-covered peaks in the distance.  Daytime highs are now in the low 50’s; and it’s very comfortable to be out as there is seldom any wind, which is amazing to me.

The Crocus are just beginning to pop out of the ground and everyone is getting antsy waiting for Spring.  Leslie has already bought seeds she intends to plant and has tulips blooming in a pot on a table in the living room.  I’m ok with the weather.  We can get to the store and shop without getting wet.  Driving the back roads is still fabulous seeing the forest melt and give way to high meadows where farmhouses and huge barns line the two-lane blacktop.  I stay busy and enjoy my work so much, I don’t care if it rains.  And I need more work.  I’ve almost got May Skywatch completed and my desk is clear.  So, I have time to take on new clients and would like to offer you my services.  There are two kinds of readings that I do: natal and timing.  The natal reading lets you know where your planets are and your gifts, talents, blocks and needs in life.  The timing reading tells you what cycles you are in now and what’s ahead for the year.  I need your birth date, city and time of birth to do a reading.  From that info, I create your birth chart, study it, and record your reading on an hour-long cd.  Once you hear the reading I’m available to answer all your questions/comments.  The fee is $150 for all first-time clients. Payment can be check, PayPal, or credit card (here, you call Leslie and give her your info – safe and secure.  Home is 360-392-8338).  The best way to order your reading is to write me a note and put it in the post, include any questions or areas of high importance for me to address – I’ll answer them if I can.  Include your birth data, a check or payment, and tell me what kind of reading you want.  In about two weeks you’ll get a package back with your chart and the cd.  My approach is to find the positive energy in your signs and planets and to lift you up with information that helps you avoid bad timing and weak moments.  Or when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em.  That’s the real strength of a timing reading.  It can’t tell you what to do, but it is a valuable guide that alerts you to the days you’ll be drawing aces, have your best stuff, and can win.   Email me if you have questions: Lance@skywatchastrology.com.

Complications in the Skywatch this month are above average – read ahead and keep this issue handy to remind you ‘this, too, shall pass”.

Love,

Lance

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  1. Sandy

    I want to put in a strong plug for Lance to anyone who has not had the benefit of a personal chart reading done by him, either a natal or timing chart ( like a solar return BD present for yourself ). Lance puts so much care in to it – and I can attest to always getting more helpful info than I expect. He has a really intuitive way of commenting on the impact of specific planets and what their positions will mean for you personally. Lance does not ‘predict’ what will happen, but he explains what trends typically involve. I have been delighted when special things transpired that seemed magical – and equally grateful to be prepared when difficult things occurred.
    It can be very helpful before a time of surgery to hone in on best influences around any kind of life changes.
    Give yourself a present!!!
    Sandy

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February Letter from Lance…..

Friends,                                                                                                     February 21, 2017

Big time Winter here in Western Washington….coldest December on record and we were snowed in for three days…only 6 inches of snow but it melted and became ice at night…we finally got out one afternoon and got supplies.  We fed the birds and critters.

Leslie took down the Christmas wreath on the front door, brought it inside and strung apple halves on it smeared with peanut butter and covered with bird seed then hung it on the fence in our back yard.  Suddenly we had a hungry crew out there snarfing the apples, including two seagulls who weren’t interested but wanted to see what was going on.  A wood duck came by, too, and he scooped up the birdseed in the snow.  By Sundown the apples were gone, so she reloaded it for the next day.

We were cozy and cooked up a storm and really enjoyed the beauty of the snow-covered trees and yards.  Now, we have rain and will set a new record for the month – the old record was 8 inches and we are already there.  We don’t mind the rain as it is still so beautiful here – the snow-covered mountains turn pink and magical in the fading sunlight at dusk.  The good news is that the days are getting longer at 2 ½ minutes a day and when the Sun is out, it is glorious.

Check out the park just down the road from our house at www.birchbaywebcam.com.  The beach in the foreground extends out 50 yards from the shore at low tide which gives us a huge area to dig for clams and walk.  Lots of wandering two lane roads here and one of our faves goes to Sumas, pop 3,000 or so.

After driving out of the hills we come upon acres and miles of farm land.  The topography amazes me as there is so much valuable farmland and pasture flat as a table just before you get to the forested foothills of the Cascades and snow covered mountains.  Dairy farms line the road and you can smell them way before you get there.  Something like 100 small dairy farms just in this county.

So, when you get to Sumas, signs are up:  Milk @ $1.99 a gallon, butter for $2.49/lb.  The Canadians live four miles away in Abbotsford, BC and come across the border to stock up on these goodies and gasoline, all much higher where they live.  There’s a big train yard there, too.  Filled with stacks of lumber that comes in from Canada.  Trains are everywhere carrying wood, oil, and coal.  The locals are fighting the coal shipments as they are so dirty.

It’s nice to live in a blue state where they really care about the environment.  In the cities, there are two signs before you cross a bridge over a stream.  One sign names the stream.  The other sign has a picture of a fish and the message:  This stream is in your hands.  Enough said.

They serve tartar sauce with fries here.  But I haven’t seen one state flag.  They are everywhere in Texas.  Not here.  The only flag they fly other than the Stars and Stripes is the one for their pro football team, the Seahawks.  The Mexican food here is better than we had in Corpus Christi – amazing and delightful.  In general, everything is much more sophisticated here and our state leaders were the first to fight Dump’s immigration orders.  Bravo for Washington!  Bottom line:  we have been acclimatized by the cold north wind out of Canada and snow, and now really enjoy the normal temps of 50 in the afternoon and the low of 40.  it’s also amazing how temperate this area is for being so far north due to the ocean current nearby – it rarely freezes.  And on the radio, the CBC, cousin to the BBC) broadcasts informative stuff, but I have to get used to the Celsius temps- “what? It’s only going to be 5 degrees today”  cluck, cluck, cluck.  We’re happy and staying.

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  1. Sandy

    The Birch Bay view from the link you gave us was beautiful – but it was just an addition to the already WONDERFUL images you give us with your stories!!! Thank you! Loved the kind gesture of Leslie’s apple slices with peanut butter and bird seed for your wild visitors!
    Enjoy it all….it sounds like your health continues strong – and your new home is ideal!!!

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New letter from Lance………..

January 23, 2017

Friends    

First, I’d like to thank all of you who sent me cards, love, and prayers for recovery.  It worked and I’m back in the saddle, able to type again (my left hand was semi-paralyzed) and busy working on charts and catching up with office matters.

Second, I want to apologize for the late arrival of this issue of Skywatch – time got away from me and I’ll be certain to get the next issue to you earlier in the month.

We’ve had the coldest December on record in Washington this year.  All the big storms usually start here and move east.  We had a fabulous dusting of snow earlier in the month and lows in the teens…brrr…but now are back to normal highs of mid 40’s.

The morning routine here is the same whether there is snow on the ground or it’s just raining.  Leslie first brings in the feeders for the hummingbirds – one species of hummers winters here.  The feeders were frozen solid on the coldest days, so Leslie thaws and refills them – a hungry hummer is waiting for her and eagerly gets on the landing perch to fill up when she arrives with fresh nectar.  Next, Leslie feeds the rest of the “livestock” as she calls them.  A wicker hamper by the back sliding glass door holds bags of goodies.

She begins by opening the peanut bag and throwing several handfuls of goobers out on the patio.  Then she gets the bag of wild birdseed out and spreads it on the grass for the sparrows and the little birds.  And last, another bag in the hamper comes out and it is full of oily, black sunflower seeds which are also thrown out on the patio.  I sit at the dinner table with the sliding glass door behind me…and by the time I finish my first cup of coffee, we have a backyard full of guests.Leslie whistles when she throws out the goobers and in less than ten minutes more than a dozen hungry jet black crows show up for the peanuts and will grab three at a time in their beaks and fly off.  And then here come the clowns, gray squirrels Earl and Pearl joined by their dark cousins, Blackie and son Bubba who sit on the steps of the patio and eat sunflower seeds for almost an hour.  Meanwhile, the little birds are gobbling up the seeds out in the grass and staying away from the fat crows. It’s a fun, three ring circus every morning.

Something strange happened after the snow melted, The grass in everyone's front yard was green!  This kind of grass is mossy and soft and delightfully green when watered on these Winter days.

The Kodak moment we got while driving the back roads was seeing trumpeter swans out in the barren fields.  I saw two, while Leslie saw more than 30 in one spot.  They are the largest birds that can fly with up to 10-foot wingspan, pure white bodies, and jet black beaks.  They don’t like heat and so stay mostly up north in Canada.

Apples, Apples, we got apples up here.  And the locals have just introduced a new variety.  It is harvested late in the season “and has a tartness that is balanced by sweetness and noticeable apple freckles’ is what the press release says.  They are called Crimson Delight.  And I have no idea what apple freckles are.  Sweet and tart at the same time?   Sounds like “alternative facts”, doesn’t it?

Ah, the Sun is out today…the weather folks here call it “sun-breaks” and we’ll enjoy the ride to the post office, seeing the blue waters of the bay, the green line of pines and huge firs and cedars standing along the roadside, and in the distance, the white capped Cascade mountains and mount Baker.  White, green and blue – the colors so pure we never tire of driving into Blaine to get your mail.  And we thank you again for all your support and sweet notes.

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  1. Beth Haggerty

    Lance and Leslie,

    Thanks for “transporting” us all into your exhilerating life. It is a wonderful antidote and inspiration to all of us who are continuing to attempt to process our lives within a new historical moment.

    Beth

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  2. Sandy

    Amen to Beth’s comment about the delight from your stories and descriptions – and a salute to your full and continuing great health!!!!!
    Mad Magazine craziness has infused our world. It would be so peaceful to ignore but your words and celestial advice give us hiking poles to stay upright and engage.
    Thanks so much…..

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  3. Lauren Blaurock

    It’s so good to hear from you. I’m very thankful that you’re back in the saddle. Thanks to Leslie for keeping it going
    Love you guys
    Lauren

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  4. Barbara

    So happy to hear how well you are doing Lance, what a wonderful way to start your day!
    Love to you both, Barbara

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  5. Barbara

    I have missed a whole lot of the story… am happy you both are together enjoying a new venture in your lives. I know Lance, that you are getting the best in medical care but wonder if you have experienced Acupuncture for issues like your arm etc?? If not, I HIGHLY recommend you consider it. Most reputable Acupuncturist take insurance so would be really affordable. As a Doc of Holistic Health, was my first thought when I read your “Letter”.. Hugs, well wishes to a continued recovery and know that You have support group that is sending both of you Love and Healing Thoughts!

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  6. Lance Ferguson

    yes, I have had acupuncture treatments in the past….however, didn’t need them this time as
    i worked and worked on my fingers and got my feeling and strength in them back.
    thanks for all your notes…and clucks…i can feel the positive energy.

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  7. Gorgegoddess

    Those freckles are cellular openings called lenticels. They allow fruit to “breathe in” oxygen and “exhale” CO2. The lenticels also allow fruit to lose water. Plants have an open circulation system, not like vertebrates’ closed circulation system (blood). Plants need to lose water to pull nutrients from the soil to leaves and fruit.

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  8. Baraka

    So happy to hear that you are so much improved. I wish I could spend a morning watching your guests enjoy the bounty you and Leslie share with them! May every day be a good day for yo.

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  9. Billy D

    Lance, if you need something to do with all those apples, try the Apple Lady’s Apple Cake recipe from the Paris Cookbook. It’s easy to find on the Internet, easy to make and almost totally healthy.

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  10. Pete and Karla

    We’re so pleased to hear of your recovery as we love you and your work. Great to hear of Leslie’s dedication to feeding the wee ones who rely on her for their breakfast each day. Blessings and gratitude to both of you for all you do.

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A Letter from Leslie…….

December 17, 2016

A note from Lance:

I’m going to take a little break so Leslie will be posting this month’s letter to you all.  We have had quite the month, she will tell you all about it and what’s going on here in Birch Bay.

And from Leslie:

As Lance said we have had quite the month and felt we should let you all know what has happened.

Lance had a massive stroke early Thanksgiving morning (1:30am).  I knew what had happened and called 911 right away.  Bless those boys for getting here within minutes, and we were on our way to the hospital in Bellingham where he was admitted and sent right to ICU.  It was touch and go for a while, first reports were not favorable and the doctors thought we should plan for the worst.  Unbelievable.

But one young, optimistic Neurologist came into his room, calmly closed the door, got right in his face and yelled “Lance! Wake up! Come on! Wake up!”  And sure enough, he rallied, like he had just had a very deep sleep.  And I told him, “the Dallas Cowboys/Washington Redskins game is on in an hour, so you better get this sorted.”  Game time, he was sitting up, watching and cheering for his beloved Cowboys.  Thank God they won.

So, two days in ICU, two more on an observation floor and home we went with a walker and all the medical “stuff” that goes along with a stroke victim.  We have had lots of support, Home Health Services have come almost every day.  In fact, they just released him yesterday.  They have all come in and said the same thing.  “You are doing fine, call us if you need anything.”  And all the medical equipment is now stored away.  I knew he would be fine when I fussed at him to use the walker, which he picked up and carry across the room.

So, what was going on in his chart you will probably be asking.  But first let’s look at the Skywatch for that day.  Some damn fool astrologer wrote:

Not the usual energy in today’s Thanksgiving Skywatch.  Morning hours are good for getting the pies done as the Moon trines Mars at 12:40 pm CST. But Jupiter and Pluto form a square in the heavens at 4:42 pm suggesting things don’t go as planned this afternoon and evening.

And what was in Lance’s chart?  Pluto square the Moon (quack) and Mars opposite Pluto (double quack). The good news is he also had Jupiter conjunct the Moon.

And what was in my chart? Uranus square the Sun.  I was thinking a possible culinary disaster not a full blown medical event.  But it’s over, he rallied, and life goes on.

He has had little residual effect from the stroke, which was right side, so his left side was affected.  He of course is mad that he can’t type well with his left hand and his speech is a little slurred, but he is back to doing readings and just finished January Skywatch.  This guy is a real trooper.

The weather has also taken an unusual turn.  We have had snow and freezing conditions for almost a week.  As I write this the temperature is 17 with a real feel of 8 with snow flurries.  Not quite what we expected here, but we are still grateful to be here in Birch Bay!

This cold snap has created somewhat of a crisis for the hummingbirds here. The Anna’s species live here year- round, and this cold weather is almost too much for them.  Lots of us get up right as the sun comes up to bring in the feeders which are frozen solid and refill for the day.  On a local birding Face Book page someone showed his “hummingbird warmer” – a cookie sheet covered with an electic heating pad.  Brilliant!

So, it’s been a rather exciting first six months here in the Pacific Northwest. We are grateful to be here where we are safe and well cared for.  And we are grateful to all of you, who show such great support for Skywatch.  We appreciate your love and prayers and good energy.  If you are so inclined, please send Lance a card, or note.  Our home address is: 4804 N. Golf Course Drive, Blaine, WA 98230.  Sending each and every one of you our very best wishes for a Happy New Year.

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  1. Christine

    Lance and Leslie,

    Nous t’aimon
    pour tout ce que tu es,
    tout ce que vous avez ètè,
    et tout ce que vous êtes encore à être.

    Never forget that.

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  2. Sally Aderton

    Leslie and Lance,

    You and your wisdom make my life better every single day. As I have had the privilege to know Lance’s voice, when I read my Skywatch daily, it is more like Lance is reading it to me. I love that!

    Here is a cyber note sending you the biggest smile from my heart. I can muster. These are not the easiest times on the Earth but she still keeps spinning and the stars keep shining so I think we will keep on, keeping on.

    It is love that gets us all through. I am sending you the biggest smile from my heart.

    Always Your Fan, Sally

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  3. Pamela

    Leslie…thank you so much for sharing with us!
    What you give to us all is very special and I know I speak for us all when I say thank you from the bottom of my heart! Wishing you peace, strength and healing

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  4. Patte

    I read the daily every morning, and am not surprised that Lance was able to wake up, get up, and get moving. He just needed a little nudge…
    I’ve been through the same thing in the near past and have had to give up my working life totally. But you’ll find that you will recover better if you take it easy, don’t do too much every day and enjoy your life moment to moment, day to day and not worry about tomorrow.

    My love and respect to you both!

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  5. jane dann

    Lance and Leslie,
    My love, thoughts and prayers are with you.
    You enrich my life, I’d be lost without my daily Skywatch….. and I think Lance still has way too much to do….so, it’s not his time!
    Know how much you both are appreciated and cared about.
    Peace,
    Jane

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  6. Pat

    Hi Lance and Leslie,

    Sending positive thoughts, love and light to you!

    Hope each day brings more health & well-being.

    May this yuletide grace you with healing joy and
    peace,
    Pat

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  7. Carol

    Lance and Leslie,
    It is a testament to you just reading what everyone wrote.
    I read the skywatch everyday, you all have added to my life in so many ways.
    I hope your recovery is swift, but as one said, and do rest and sleep.
    Your body will heal with that rx.
    May you have a lovely holiday season with family and friends.
    Your reader and follower,
    Carol

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  8. Sandy

    We love you, Lance and Leslie,
    You are BOTH troopers of the highest order – and we all ( who so enjoy Lance’s wise words daily) are grateful for the caring and commitment you give to Skywatch – and the model of a great, loving relationship you teach us!
    I can speak to Lance’s resilience and devotion. He completed a reading for me ridiculously soon after he came home – unbeknownst to me. I am grateful that Lance and Leslie let everyone know what happened – to allow us the chance to support him with our prayers, love and words.
    I am AWED at the story of the angelic neurologist who yelled at Lance.
    May angels hang with you for the rest of a LONG LIFE TO COME!!!!

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  9. Tippy Trevitt

    Oh My..Busy daze….Sorry to hear this news, but ever so happy Lance is recovering nicely….Rocket speed….keep healthy and Blessedly together..xo.. TT

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  10. Wendy

    Dear Leslie and lance,

    Shock & Awe. Uranus and Jupiter. So glad The big Protector won. What Sandy said- you are both Troopers of the highest order! I can’t explain my feelings of gratitude that you are with him. That love has found you in eachother. I just love you guys! So glad I got to know Lance in his many visits to Peace of mind Center in Shreveport. He’s the Best. Thank you for all you do Leslie and the share, so important to know! All Love & Light & prayers are with you both! Geaux Cowboys!

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  11. Janet Dutra

    Bless you, Lance and Leslie. Thank you for the update. I am so grateful for all the work you do and happy to be part of the Skywatch family.

    Lance, I am so happy that your recovery is phenomenal! You are a real trooper! Please take care and continue to get healthier.

    Leslie, God Bless you for all you have taken on. Lance is so lucky to have you has his partner. We all are.
    Love/Light & blessings to you both. Wishing you a joyful, loving, happy and healthy New Year.

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  12. Lelle

    May you both have strong, healthy bodies and a very happy, joyful long life.
    re: stroke…you may want to look into CoQ10…
    Peace.
    Lelle

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  13. Julie

    Dear Leslie and Lance,
    Thanks for keeping this letter from December up as I’m just now reading it and wouldn’t have wanted to miss the news.

    I’m hoping Lance is continuing his recovery and by now is as good as new. Hugs to you both for I know this was quite an ordeal for Leslie, too.

    The Skywatch dailies and Datebook make an important contribution to my life and I’m glad I’ll be able to count on them from now on. Lance, keep up the good work!

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  14. Linda Martinez

    Dear Lance and Leslie,

    I just read the news. Thank you both for all that you do! I am so glad you two have each other. I am very fortunate that I have seen Lance in action. I too hear his voice when I read my skywatch. It really has made an impact on my life. It will be a sad day when you two go on your journey to the other side of life, but a joyous day for you, freedom of bondage of the physical body. I know that you two are angels here on earth. Love to the both of you. Lance grow stronger every day…. Leslie stay strong as you always have been. Love is strong and healthy!!
    Have a bountiful 2017 with health, time and love.

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  15. Lance Ferguson

    a big thanks to all of you who leave these kind words to Leslie and myself.
    the good vibes and love really help me stay strong and bring me back to the keyboard
    with a smile and desire to keep you in the know about the planets and signs.
    It’s wonderful to know that my work helps you navigate the highs and lows…
    And it feels like we are all family…it does…
    Leslie feels the same way…and we both are thankful for your support, cards and mail you’ve sent.
    And i’m on the mend…working on February action . As times change.

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  16. Kathleen Nicholls

    I just read this news. My husband had a stroke two years ago Easter. He is doing great! I am so thankful for you two. You are in my healing prayer as I meditate each morning. Take it easy as you are God’s blessing right here on planet Earth. Wrapping you in LOVE!

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