Thalia took delight in flicking bristles to create pointillist-splatter as a finishing touch for today’s feathered friend. The Muse of Wit wasn’t much for seeking expert advice, but was all-in on copying what she liked. “Can you believe we saw four cardinals at the intersection of High Ridge and Hilo this morning? I knew it was a good day for Typist to wear her glasses!”
“And last week on the way to her infusion… two flew right in front of truck’s windshield,” added Nia. “It says here that cardinals represent many good things — like luck and abundance.”
Cal read over Urania’s shoulder. “Cardinals are here to show you how to feel more comfortable, secure, and… to remind you that you have a strong sense of belonging. They represent unconditional love.”
“They can show up as messengers to trust, have faith, and encourage you to keep moving forward even when things appear to be challenging.” Nia set down the phone and started to clean up the paints. “Time for a nap.”
Words from Typist:
“C’s” treatment is weighing heavy after the last infusion.
Thank goodness for cheerful cardinals!
This morning I read that abundance and lack exist simultaneously.
We chooses which garden we will inhabit and tend.
I’m pretty sure I know which garden the cardinals flock to.
The splatter is the icing on the cake and what a beautiful, delicious cake it is!
Cardinals have yet to make an appearance here in Southern California. When I traveled to Illinois in 2020, there was one that greeted me each morning outside the window as the sun came up. I was told seeing one means someone that loved you and has passed is coming to visit. Each morning I would say to my cardinal, "Good morning Mom. Glad you found me. "
I love cardinals. I've heard that when you see them that lost loved ones are visiting you.