Inspirational, Spiritual Insight, Winged ones

Grumpy Doves Need More Love

It has been said that attention is the most basic form of love. Lately I have been giving a lot of attention to those I love.  My daughter, Grace, graduated with honors yesterday from the local community college.  We enjoyed a beautiful special ceremony last night at the school just for those in the Honors… Continue reading Grumpy Doves Need More Love

Winged ones

Two Osprey Today

Not just one, but two osprey. That's a good sign.  For me it means love. One is good, but two are even better. And three, well that's sacred when there are three. For a couple months it's been just one osprey. And I knew I needed to focus on myself.  It was a time to… Continue reading Two Osprey Today

Spiritual Insight, Winged ones

A Community of Crows

A Community of Crows came to visit me and my family.  Thousands upon thousands flew by my window. It was like the flying monkeys in the Wizard of Oz - an endless stream of black creatures. They came each day as the sun was setting and filled the trees below our eighth floor apartment. The… Continue reading A Community of Crows

Inspirational, Spiritual Insight, Spiritual Teaching, The Journeys Path, Winged ones

It’s Raining Birds – Hallelujah!

Last spring I came to one of my favorite barrier islands for respite, and to find a new home. We all tend to want to return 'home,' to the places where we have been the happiest.  We look to the past for the places where we felt safe, loved, understood, seen and heard.  All these human… Continue reading It’s Raining Birds – Hallelujah!

Uncategorized, Winged ones

The Vulture’s Shadow

I went for a walk hoping to shake a dark shadow following me.  I feel more like Eeyore than Cat.The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and I am pondering all the possibilities that live in the future.  Spirit is nudging me, well, actually pushing me now to move forward.  A few months ago… Continue reading The Vulture’s Shadow

Spiritual Teaching, Winged ones

Eagle Eyes – Seeing What’s Real

  I was eager to share what I saw in morning circle, so I hurried into the house to tell my barely awake children. They were leaning on the table eating their granola.  My eyes were wide with excitement and they looked up with soggy expressions. "Guess what!"  I didn't wait for an answer but… Continue reading Eagle Eyes – Seeing What’s Real