March 21, 2018

April Showers Bring May Flowers

Barbara Musser, Sexy Saturdays, Sexy After Cancer, intimate health after breast cancer, breast cancer, sexual health after breast cancer, cancer and sexuality, cancer and intimacy



Barbara Musser, Sexy After Cancer, Sexy Saturdays, love and breat cancer, breast cancer, intimacy after breast cancer, breast cancer and sexual health

Spring is when the earth explodes with new growth and new life. Not only do flowers bloom but also lots of animals give birth in the spring. Last week I saw 3 litters of goat kids that were newly born, suckling loudly at their mothers’ teats.

Nature is all about reproduction. Flowers are the sex organs of plants. The blossoms on fruit trees transform into cherries, apples and peaches. Seeds planted now will produce an abundant harvest in a few months.

What about you? What does springtime evoke in your primal self? What wants to be created through you? This weekend is Mother’s Day. To those who are mothers, celebrate that you have literally reproduced. To those who are not mothers, celebrate your other creations.

Can you feel the love in the air at this time of year? The air is perfumed with the scent of blossoms, flower petals flutter from the trees, baby birds prepare to leave the nest and learn to fly. The bees are busy kissing flowers to suck out the nectar and pollen to share with other flowers, and to return to the hive and make honey.

Celebrate your aliveness in some way that appeals to you. Gather some flowers for your table; make a daisy chain; eat some fresh asparagus; take a walk in nature with your sweetheart, and pull him or her behind a tree for a kiss. Write a love note to yourself or to someone you love. Send an anonymous love note. Let these ideas inspire you or create other ways to let the love and aliveness of the season express through you.

Flow in the love that’s all around and let yourself be swept away in it. Please share your experiences with us so that we can celebrate with you!

© 2014 by Barbara Musser, Sexy After Cancer.
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