Inspiring Enchantment & Illumination with Tarot & Intuitive Guidance

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  • October 4, 2017, 1:30 pm Jacqui

    Thank you for the full moon gift. I cannot recall ever seeing this sweet bird. Posibly cuz we live on opposite sides of country! Will he be spending the winter ?
    I look fwd to a time I too can have a visit a Laurelwood. I have built in automatic love for Carolinas; my sister is in Charleston.

  • October 4, 2017, 2:22 pm Joan

    Of everything that arrives in my inbox, your posts are far and away the ones I most look forward to. Right now, words mean little. The small creatures of the world, just by existing, speak volumes. Thank you, Beth.

  • October 4, 2017, 4:24 pm Beth

    Thank you both for posting, and making me smile! Jacqui – they are rarely seen because they are incredibly skittish and stay well hidden usually. And also, yes, they are tragically endangered and disappearing.

    So most people never see one, but if you’ve ever heard them call in the Spring and early Summer, you will know! They have the dearest, most heart-overflowing song I know of.