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Sending out Soul Sister Sparkles

This more than any other time of the year is the time to shine,
like the proverbial 'morning star' and send out sparkles...


I have been seeing sparkles everywhere and want to send them out...
Why do I want to sparkle and transmit my sparkles to you?
Because I want to catch your attention,
and why do I want to catch your attention?
Is it my ego wanting to be stroked, or something like that....?


Nothing wrong with being stroked, 
we all seek love and wish to be caressed from time to time,
we all thrive on a bit of attention, my two fur-ball boys will testify to this...


However it runs much deeper than this,
it's because we as sisters need to send loving sparkles out to each other
on a regular basis, we need to sparkle and seek sparkles
to nourish each other like loving she deer, knowing
pack love cares for and looks out for one-
another.

An interesting fact is that Does live in the same home or territory for generation after generation. 
The area I live in is called Doe Lea meaning Valley of the Doe.
My wish is that we support each other through all seasons 
to return home time after time to where the love is...

Sending to:
Postcards from Paradise

Comments

rebecca said…
my darling one,
thank you for being here like the bright star you are. i am always drawn by your light and the comfort i feel being close to you.
thank you for blessing me with your friendship and support since the first day our paths crossed so many years ago. i remember looking up as if a falling star had struck my heart!
xoxo
Dearest Sue,
Yes, for sure we all need to *feel* loved in our lives - to feel that encouragement and support when our hearts are weary. Unfortunately it doesn't always come to us in the ways we expect. :) We can't orchestrate it... But be available to it when it shows up, like a herd of deer that unexpectedly shows up in our yard with their gentle presence, or like your wonderful friend Rebecca who pours out her love to you. And I sense that you have a lot of "blogger friend" support from the wonderful comments that I see that you get here too. I know I have encouraged you as well... And I continue to send you "sparkles" :)
May your heart always feel that love that is there for you! :)
Lea said…
So glad to receive these sparkles from you! it is just what I needed today! So I will spread sparkles today, just because of you!
Cathy Keller said…
A wonderful post for reflection. Thank you! My very best wishes to you! Cathy

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