A Five Star Day

Mary Ann Stephens, a dear friend of mine would often call me up when she had a “five star” day — a day in which many good things happen! Cleaning up today I found an old journal of mine. It was nice to thaw out that old memory. I hope others will post their own “five star” days! 
Sometimes just reading or hearing about someone else s good vibrations will re tune our own. It was a Seven Eagle Day!”

Omens of the air reminded me today of my reasons for living here, reasons I sometimes forget. My first steps out the door this morning put me under the wings of a hawk flying directly above. The air was clean and frosty. We have such wonderful air and I get to wake up to see snow frosted mountains looming above the tawny fields. My morning walk started a flurry of activity in the creek, ducks shooting upward to escape my approach and a blue heron doing a graceful pirouette as he aborted his landing.

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Dedicated to Tina Garthwaite her favorite song , a bird story and Mary Ann Stephens.

(C) Herbert Senft 2006

Treat each parting as a rebirth. Let go of that which is past and seek new roads. Perhaps never to forget your lost friends, but to place them in your memory warmly and build again with new friends those things that so pleased you.

Tina and the lilac tree

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