Rabbit I’ve got the keys now

February 10, 2014 by  
Filed under SYMBOLS & TEACHERS

Yesterday I discovered the frozen, lifeless body of my sweet little rabbit, my Animal Guide, lying under the big pine tree in my back yard. She froze to death in this year’s very harsh Chicago winter of sub-zero arctic temperatures. Naturally I was devastated. She has been my Animal Guide for several years now and [...]

Have you had your Rabbit medicine?

January 26, 2014 by  
Filed under INNER JOURNEY

I love what my little rabbit, who lives under my back deck, continues to remind me, teach me, and show me. That there is always a way out. And that the best way out is through. Push through.

Seasons Greetings

December 5, 2013 by  
Filed under INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

Seasons Greetings from the Pinwheel Girl! Sending you Warm Winds, Love and Light, and Empowerment during the Holidays and throughout the New Year. Make all your dreams come true.  Be Peaceful.

A Yard of Hearts

November 5, 2013 by  
Filed under SYMBOLS & TEACHERS

Today my yard was strewn with hearts. I love when that happens. Sometimes hearts are found in the oddest little tucked away places. Sometimes they are strewn with bumps and bruises. Tiny holes. Rips and tears. Leaving us heart strong in all the broken places. Love is all around you. Everyday. Look, listen, and feel. 

Have a twirly day!

October 12, 2013 by  
Filed under SYMBOLS & TEACHERS

Windmills are the ultimate power symbol so what better decoration to have at my front door than this gorgeous red-trimmed windmill wheel? I just found this today at my local antiques store. Windmills — which are just “giant pinwheels in the sky” — bring life, energy, water, and power to those who understand and respect [...]

Little Windmill Shouting from the Rooftop

October 4, 2013 by  
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I love this Little Windmill in a bucolic setting — she makes me so happy. She is not that majestic or “beautiful” but she is absolutely amazing and endearing to me. And so really she is beautiful and majestic. I like how that even though she is small and somewhat worn and demure, she can [...]

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