I am completely torn. I have no idea what to do, and either of my decisions will have long term effects that I know I just won’t be able to escape from. What’s making things worse is that no one, not one single person, seems to appreciate the enormity of my decision. To give you some context, my late husband was the gardener at the Royal Gardens. His pride in his gardens was immense, and was a love that we both shared. However, at home, whenever we did the landscaping, he was always the one to pick the plants we used. And now, as I live on my own, I have downgraded to a smaller house. My son is pressuring me into choosing the plants and I’m convinced about every decision – every decision, that is, except this. Do I use Amaryllis or Hippeastrums?
I’m not really sure what the difference is between the two types of plants, but I do know that they are both exceptionally pretty and that I would love to have either in my garden. The problem with being a widow, even one as independent as myself, is that with these sorts of silly choices, there is no one else who can make them for you. I am not a silly woman, I know that, in the end, it won’t really matter, but I don’t want to make the wrong choice. The choice is, essentially, so inconsequential that it doesn’t matter at all, and because of that, is impossible to make. Both the amaryllis and the hippeastrums look so beautiful and perfect. Either would be wonderful. Both fill me with joy, but would that joy last through the months? Over the years? Which one is likely to stay with me forever?
White is forever as is black. Bold and pastel colours will guide you through this solar cycle. Be careful not to integrate Sagittarius and Aries into your life this month, as their negative energy will affect your decision making capabilities