Jessie: Enjoying the crisp autumn air!
This month we are discussing signs of all sorts. I must confess, I am always willing to contemplate that something could be considered a sign from something larger than myself. So, Wickeds, do you believe in signs?
Julie: Absolutely! Sometimes I’ll seek them out, and tell myself if I see a blue flower (for example) it’s a sign I should do xyz. I also get signs from the universe when I need them. I’ll be thinking about taking care of my mother, and my grandmother’s favorite song will come on and I know it’s her way of telling me to keep going. Things like that.
Edith/Maddie: Why not? There is much we don’t know. Ever since my beloved father died 37 years ago, I occasionally get a short period of ringing in my right ear. Like you, Julie, I always feel like that’s Daddy’s spirit touching base with me, and I take a minute to assess whether I’m living my best life. And when I am lucky enough to see a bald eagle, it always feels like a good omen.
Barb: I would swear up and down to you that I don’t believe in signs, but of course, it would be a lie. A parking space suddenly opens up right in front of the store or restaurant I was kind of, sort of thinking of going to? I’m as likely as anyone to laugh and call it a sign. I wouldn’t make any major life decisions based on it, but I’d be happy to eat a meal in a place I already wanted to go to.
Sherry: I’m a believer. I see hearts in things a lot–most recently and egg I cooked for breakfast looked like a heart. I’m not sure what it’s a sign of–a reminder to love perhaps.
Jessie: I love all of your signs! I am forever noting and noticing them in my life. I see dragonflies or ravens and am sure it is a wink from the Universe. I run across the same bit of information for
Readers, how about you? Do you notice signs? Do you take them to heart or dismiss them as fanciful notions?