The tale of the traveling feather continues....
During a pleasant laugh filled lunch, my friend, Joyce expounded:
"My sister and I were remembering Mom. We asked for a sign."
"Feathers are a sign of Angels, let's ask for feathers!"
"We went out to lunch and returned later. As we entered my sister's house, there was a little hallway. The light was subtle. We noticed right away a small white downy feather lying on the dark wood floor!"
I got out note paper and scribbled a feather plus jumbled notes around the sides.
"What did the feather look like?"
"It was the size that easily fit into the palm of your hand. It was pure white and downy, very soft. It was not a pinion feather. There were no feather pillows in the house. Where did it come from? We took it as a sign from Mom."
Later, the feather had vanished.
Now a total of seven people have seen, held or even kept the small white feather.
My friend Dolores wonders, "Where will she go from here?
* Recently I saw a video of a white peacock dancing. As I viewed the short Shamanic ceremony, I was filled with seeing the joy of a fan of white feathers in graceful motion. The feathers remind me of delicate hand made lace patterns of yesterday and today.
Later I noticed the above feather sketch looked like a white tree, open wings, or a peacock dancing when turned in a different direction.
"Let your Life be a blueprint without boundaries," Louise Watson. R.N.
Key Words: Angel, Feather, Crane
The Human Angel
Double Vision, two cranes are better than one
* Facebook Page, Natural Beauty, Nov 2015, white peacock, turns and swirls
Art and Music
Knitting Daily TV.com,
Books: Curls, Hunter Hammersen, Rustic Modern Knits, Yumiko Alexander
Pamphlet I found in my archives: Shawls #273, Red Heart Yarn, Coats and Clark, Inc., cost 50 cents in 1978!
The Graduate Soundtrack. Simon and Garfunkel, tracks: Scarborough Fair Canticle and Interlude, and Whew with harpsichord, plus Simon and Garfunkel, 1967 live, Homeward Bound
Tai Chi and Qigong
Tai Chi Fan Forms, 18 Form Fan and others
8 Brocades, Qigong for Health
Tai Chi Yang Long Form
18 Form Taiji Qigong (3 different forms)
Dahlis Roy:Visionary Artist, Author, and Tai Chi Instructor
Ink Sketches feather and notes by Dahlis
Snowy Egret, watercolor on paper by Robert D. Liverman, Ph.D. art student