If you still have time I'd like to have a reading. After 2 divorces and 10 years of caring for my elderly parents I am on my own again. What can I expect in the upcoming year?
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RE: STRANGE DREAMS
Hi, I had a dream night before last that was vivid but a little odd, about a bluebird.
(Personal meaning of bluebirds- good luck, all things good. Beauty, Mother saying, "If you
see a bluebird, everything will be okay")
Description of dream
I had company( cousin, aunts) stop by and they decided to spend the night,
probably because of the snow. I went into the utility room to get extra
blankets for the visitors. I glanced out the window to see the snow. Saw a
bluebird tangled in fishing line caught & dangling from tree.
I quickly went out to rescue the bird and managed to get the line unattached
from the tree. But the bird was still tangled. Took it inside to untangle it
so it would not freeze while I worked to free it.
I went inside the bathroom because it is a small room with low ceiling, and
if the bird tried to fly away I could catch it.
As I had partially removed the line, the bird managed to slip away and fly
inside a cabinet (corner to be exact). I reached up into the cabinet & while
knocking a few things off the shelf, I reached inside and easily retrieved
the bird. I was able to finish taking the restrictive line off the bird. I
held it for a moment and observe it’s beauty. I then carried it gently,
protectively in my cupped hands, outside to release it.
When I arrived to a clear spot, I opened my hands and gently tossed the bird
to give it a little boost in flying away. It fell to the ground into the
powdery white snow. For a moment the bird actually looked as if it were
white too. I walked over, picked up the little bluebird, brushed away the
snow and blew on it a little to help remove the remaining snow. I was so
afraid it was dead, but my breath caused a little movement & sign of life. I
continued to blow on it as if I was doing some type of “bird CPR” and it
responded. Each time I blew my warm breath on the bird I said,"Please live."
Soon the beautiful bluebird was strong and able to fly from my hands to a