Friday, December 14, 2018

DAPHNE'S WEB Now Available!

It has been a long time coming - but Daphne's Web (A Haunting Romance) has been published and is available through Amazon.  I look forward to sharing snippets of the backstory, the fictional story, and currents of metaphysical and otherworldly messages it imparts to the reader. Book readers, blog visitors and others just stopping by are welcome to comment and join in on discussions.  A new blog journey has begun for me, but I will also continue to post from my Nature walks and musings about life and its mysteries.






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Saturday, November 24, 2018

Impermanence

The material world has a fleeting nature. Only Spirit endures.  


Learning to appreciate the little joys in life, we can let go of tethering expectations.







Saturday, November 17, 2018

Life's Illusions

Nothing is as it appears. The natural world is a grand illusion, causing us to watch carefully and decipher its sacred messages.


What could this moth know that escapes our understanding?






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Monday, November 5, 2018

Thistle Power

By fall, the thistle stage represents the end of the plant’s life cycle.

For us, this stage may represent healing, driving off melancholy, breaking a cycle of bad luck, even preventing harm to enter our lives.








Thursday, October 18, 2018

Catch a Falling Leaf

Superstitions around autumn can be positive. Some say it is good luck to catch a falling leaf and others say it is time to make a wish.


Next time you're on a walk, try catching a falling leaf.  Pay attention to what's around you for the next few hours.  There might be a surprise in wait.  








Friday, September 28, 2018

Magical Realm

We live in a multidimensional Universe, and some places on earth feel magical.

Being open to Nature Spirits may bring glimpses of gnome protectors or fairy enchanters.

Have you ever felt another realm of life enter your world for just a moment?







Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Summer's End

 Summer’s end has a feeling all its own--the smells, sounds, and light. Shadows are longer, crickets are louder, and there is the fragrance that foretells of Fall.

I have to work very hard not to feel depressed when light wanes in fall and winter.