Tag Archives: parenting

Timing

About 30 years ago, I remember my guides telling me that time was going to begin to accelerate as humanity began to prepare for a significant shift. As much as they did their best to explain to me how time … Continue reading

The Tapestry

I was browsing through an antique store over the weekend and I was drawn to admiring many different hand sewn tapestries that were framed and hung on the wall.  As I was enjoying the moments of appreciating how much work … Continue reading

The Loving Feeling

I pulled the car over to the far right hand side of the lane-way, turned off the motor, opened the windows to let the warm breeze come through and turned on the radio and this song came on “We’re Here … Continue reading

I’ve Got Your Nose!

When I was a little girl, my father would play this game with me. He would form a fist and with his thumb protruding between his index and middle finger (the thumb representing the stolen nose), he would approach me … Continue reading

Rose’s Roses

The other day I was with my son looking for another pair of running shoes for his gym class.  He was trying them on and practice-running up and down the shoe aisle to make sure they would be the right … Continue reading

Good Mother

The other morning I woke up with the memory of having visited with my grandmothers (they both re-emerged into pure positive energy quite a while ago).  In my dreamscape, I spent time with my Mamère and she was thriving, laughing, … Continue reading

Sending and Receiving …

Not too long ago I decided it was time to improve my methods of communicating.  I went over to the phone store and sure enough, the nice man behind the counter assured me that I was ready to receive a … Continue reading