A year ago today, at this time, I was laying in the snow, half naked, semi-consious, fighting for my life. Unable to walk after a seizure, I only remembered focusing on getting warm. My car battery was dead and I couldn’t charge my phone. I had managed to get to my car by rolling across the ground. The young man that found me at 11 clock that morning later told me that it looked like a war zone where I had struggled to get in the car. Frost bitten hands and feet did not help the situation. I couldn’t feel the car keys in my hand and remember I kept dropping them – I couldn’t feel them. I know that I am alive today for many reasons and I thank God for all of them. I will never forget thinking that where I was at was a vacation destination. Where we’re all the cross country skiers? Instead I was sent a man riding his bike in the snow. I said, You’ve got to be kidding. He saw me wave my arm and rushed over. He went home, called emergency services, then came back with blankets to cover me till help arrived. I could feel the warmth from the blankets, instantly. That’s all I remembered until they started putting a warm saline solution in me in the ambulance. They had heated blankets. Then I woke up in the ER. My life changed from that day. I’m extremely grateful to everyone that helped me along the way. While I get snowed in today, I get to reflect on my life. What a gift.
The experience Amy had , repeated an experience Dad had and he survived 6 months before exiting
Amy’s experience revealed many wonderful affirmations as we share a birth year and both have weathered much loss .
Amy proved our services DO care about elders and she was put in alignment with “helpers” and much prayer as she has survived, and thrives these days certainly grateful for the opportunity to grow and share herself , her wisdoms and yes her joy and love.
Amy shares the birth sign of Capricorn ♑as was my Dad and she’s as tenacious and focused as Dad was , and she’s my dear friend .
I celebrate Amy on this day, and look forward to many more days with Amy being part of my ” tribe” as changes test us collectively we know we have a part in pulling Heaven to Earth and I’m Blessed as are many that Divinity was with Amy Adams
and revealed to the community and soon the world will read her story and be uplifted by her journey as a Crone …a very very wise woman !
That is because she’s ignited a sacred fire inside her that holds the fire of the sun. It’s burning to ashes all that is untrue in her life.
No one else but she herself can now shine the light to who she’s becoming. She’s always looked for mentors and idols to emulate. Not any more.
She’s evolving into a woman who is unique. No one in her world really fits the template for who she is becoming. Her path is singular, specially laid out for her. She’s realising that at this time she has to fall back on herself to mould, forge and craft her new self.
She did have heroines and heroes in her life, but the more she’s maturing, the more she’s acknowledging her own awesomeness. This is new for her, re-creating herself from her own example. Her work with ending the cycle of victimhood and coming into a deep honouring of herself, is birthing this new being. This time round, her imagination is powerfully by her side, showing her who she truly is.
She’s living in times of transition, and she’s excitedly stepping into this unfamiliar journey that is beyond standards, beyond regular & normal. Even beyond ideal. If she needs a teacher or mentor now, she’s choosing the one who will teach her how to tend her own sacred fire.
The key to owning all of herself, is to be her own source.
She’s remembering the art of reincarnating in the same body.
The more she stands in her own singularity, the better she fits into her world.
Why not take a break from the Coronavirus news and learn something new. 1. Who are you named after?
My family didn’t name me after anyone but I always wished I’d 2. Last time you cried? When I had to bury a puppy. 3. Do you like your handwriting? Not anymore. 4. What is your favorite lunch meal? Can’t pick just one. 5. Longest relationship? 28 years 6. Do you still have your tonsils? Yes 7. Would you bungee jump? Nope 8. What is your favorite kind of cereal? Yogurt, granola and fruit. 9. Do you untie your shoes when you take them off? Yes, they’re boots. 10. Do you think you’re strong willed? Yes 11. Favorite ice cream? Pistachio 12. What is the first thing you notice about a person? Their personality 13. Football or baseball? Neither 14. Favorite donut? Lemon filled 15. Last thing you ate? Brunswick stew 16. What are you listening to? Zeke snore 17. If you were a crayon, what color would you be? Orange 18. What is your favorite smell? Sheets off a clothesline. 19. Who was the last person you talked to on the phone? Xantha 20. Married? Yes 21. Hair color? Grey 22. Eye Color? Green 23. Favorite food to eat? Dessert 24. Scary movies or happy ending?Solved mystery 25. Last movie you watched In a Movie theater? Good question. 26. What color shirt are you wearing? Black, grey and white 27. Favorite Holiday? July 4 28. Beer or Wine? Beer on the rare occasion. 29. Night owl or morning? Morning 30. Favorite day of the week? All the same to me. 31. Favorite animal? Dogs 32. Do you have a pet? Yes, 3 33. Where would you like to travel? Montana or Iceland Copy and paste into your status and just change your answers or on my page below if ya don’t want it on your page.
“The second half of my life will be black to the white rind of the old and fading moon. The second half of my life will be water over the cracked floor of these desert years. I will land on my feet this time, knowing at least two languages and who my friends are. I will dress for the occasion, and my hair shall be whatever color I please.Everyone will go on celebrating the old birthday, counting the years as usual, but I will count myself new from this inception, this imprint of my own desire. The second half of my life will be swift, past leaning fenceposts, a gravel shoulder, asphalt tickets, the beckon of open road. The second half of my life will be wide-eyed, fingers shifting through fine sands, arms loose at my sides, wandering feet. There will be new dreams every night, and the drapes will never be closed. I will toss my string of keys into a deep well and old letters into the grate. The second half of my life will be icebreaking up on the river, rainsoaking the fields, a handheld out, a fire,and smoke goingupward, always up.”Joyce Sutphen – Crossroads. Sandra Bierman