An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Love that Amanda. Wish we lived close and I just know we'd be the best of friends. Would love to talk and travel with you.
I wish we live closer too Donna - we'd have a blast! Shoot me an email sometime and we can chat more...
Hi Amanda, what a super beautiful post! Gorgeous butterfly..what a sweet visitor, lucky you! yes I love that quote, very sacred. Wishing you a beautiful day and many blessings for 2016!Victoria
I've always felt butterflies are spiritual creatures~Sending love and many blessings to you as well for a happy and healthy New Year! xoxo
Amanda, it's not at all winter where you live:) Lucky you:)
Not in the southeast US for sure, but in the Midwest where I live most of the year, winter will undoubtedly come soon!
I love that quote. It looks like winter its taking its time everywhere this year.
It rarely gets very cold here in South Carolina, so it's lovely to get a bit of a respite from winter :))
Nice quote. I intend to steal it! :-)
Steal away, Thomas — it wasn't mine in the first place! :))
You always make me smile. How nice to see a monarch! We used to have so many in Maine.
What happened to the Monarchs I wonder?
So lovely to see some light. And a Butterfly! These late December days are quite grey in England. And no sign of snow, it is very mild. But then there is the magic of the fairy lights and ornaments this time of year. Hope all is well with you. x
Thank you LeeAnn - wishing you a very Happy Christmas as you say in England!
Oh, that was a beauty of a post! :-) Thanks.Greetings from London.
Thanks for visiting!
Thank you for visiting♡