Above is one of the many pictures Morgan took of dandelions…this one is my favorite.
Dandelions were such a source of happiness for Morgan. Every spring/summer when dandelions appeared outside, she would wait until they turned white, she would then pluck one, blow on it and make a wish. She would photograph it while it blew in the wind…Morgan loved nature and every gift it presented to her…maybe it was like being closer to the fairy realm?
Every morning when I wake up and every evening when I close my eyes I think about Morgan, she is always on my mind and forever in my heart. So, last Sunday, on the first day of Spring, it was such a wonderful surprise to come upon these two little dandelions blowing in the breeze. I had just asked Morgan to show me a sign, and I immediately saw these two between the curb and the grass.
I knew right away that Morgan was sending me a sign. A feeling of love, hope and happiness filled me up and I hold this feeling in a place of gratitude.
Are you aware of the signs around you? Do you ever asked a loved one, who has passed over, to show you a sign? Sometimes when we are so consumed with grief we can not see the signs around us. Those signs are such a comfort because they show us that no one is ever truly gone, they are just not here on this planet with us at this time, but they are still around, always.
Love goes on forever and can never be severed. Watch for the signs ❤️
You probably know by now how much Morgan loved dragonflies.
I received this lovely keychain in the mail, as a present yesterday – I love it so very much.
I wanted to share the saying on the keychain with any and all victims of stalking, and/or families who have lost a loved one. Wishing you all strength, courage and happiness, because above all, you deserve it, especially at this difficult time of the year.
Much love to you all.
Last night a colleague of mine wrote the following. “I had my meditation music on while writing up this class. It was playing sadder songs. I started hearing Dance Monkey by the Tones and I in my head loud. Then Morgan showed me her smiling, laughing and dancing. She then said happy music will help tonight. Her energy is so beautiful!!” This is soooo Morgan.
When I heard the line that said, “But you just beg to see me dance just one more time” it was like the song was speaking directly to me. This song lifted up my hurting heart. I know Morgan would love this song, she loved to dance, she loved music and wants everyone to be happy. She believed, as I do, that there is so much beauty and happiness in this world…even after what was done to her.
Morgan’s love and compassion lives on.