Imagination is often referred to as a place you can get lost in. I prefer to think of it as a place that helps me find my way home. During this quarantine, my kids, ages 5 and 7, (already very creative) have be diving even deeper into their imaginations. And I too have jumped down the rabbit hole right alongside them. We started this whole unexpected stay-at-home adventure with two straight weeks of mythical creature studies. This was before the online schooling had been i
"Maybe, Maybe Not", 2009 - Jessica Wascak And so it goes. Here in Ohio there is a dull hum in the air. April showers bring May snowstorms....wait. Hard to tell at this point if the barely audible noise is the bees trying to decide if it's safe to go about their business or the buzz of the TV sets drifting out the windows that we've finally started to crack open a bit. So, I'm not.a beekeeper, not even close. But I do know that bees mostly hibernate in the cold winter months.
Hello? This is the Universe speaking. Can you read me? Me: Loud and Clear. I have always had this push and pull relationship with animals. It's quite comical, really. I don't know what to do with animals first hand. I don't own any pets and I'm quite skittish when it comes to getting close to most animals. But they fascinate me nonetheless. Especially, the wild ones. I am definitely in-tune with Spirit Animals. My messengers come to me when I least expect them but whe