Sugar Lady Blue

Sugar Lady Blue / In The Nights Swimming In Her Pillow Her Tears Go To / Lost In Her Thoughts About The Past, The Present, The Future; She Fears From Her View / Hurt Not To Be Hurt / She Got Lost So She Worked / Reaching High / Dreaming Big / This Light Shines On The Sun Like It’s The Last Glory Dig / Purge From Her Soul / She Yearns To Find Home /

Please Don’t Leave Me / Give You Her A Chance See / In The Flowering Fields Our Eyes Light As The Day / We See / We Be / You See / You Be /

Sugar Lady Blue Alone Most Nights / The Sky Star Grey She Wonders Of Wonders / In Her Wine Glass She Can’t Find The Answers / A Memory Of Touch / A Memory Fitting So Right / She Wanders Through Her Head From Morning Til Night /

Please Don’t Leave Me / Give You Her A Chance See / In The Flowering Fields Our Eyes Light As The Day / We See / We Be / You See / You Be /

Grass Hugs Talking / Spoon Love Rockin’ / The Meadows Our Magic / Your Hold Incapacitated / Daily, Sugar Lady Blue Remembers The Feeling / She Lies In A Yearning / How Is Life So Full Of Learning / She’ll Wash The Dishes In A Distant Hollow / One Chore To The Next / An Automatic State Is Her Arrest /

Please Don’t Leave Me / Give You Her A Chance See / In The Flowering Fields Our Eyes light as The Day / We See / We Be / You See / You Be /

Dancing in the wind~ Jessica Hinkson

Introducing Guest Blogger, Kate Drummond!

Deer Encountering the deer in the wild, our breath catches – we are transfixed by their graceful features and delicate movements. The tender beauty of these beasts has not gone unnoticed by our ancestors. The deer is linked to the arts, specifically poetry and music in ancient Celtic animal lore due to its graceful form. Both Celts and Native Americans observed the deer to be savvy when it came to finding the best herbs. These earth-bound peoples would follow the deer to prime herb patches – many of which proved to be highly beneficial in their medicinal purposes.

Just as the deer has an uncanny sense of where to find the green freshness earth provides, we can ask the deer within ourselves to seek out our inner treasures. In meditation or day dream, go on a spiritual hike with the deer. See yourself walking in the woods with the deer leading you into amazing depths within your soul. Each step you and the deer take will lead you deeper into your spiritual knowing, and to limitless treasure within.

The deer (particularly the doe, females) has the capacity for infinite generosity. Their heart rhythms pulse in soft waves of kindness. Match that graciousness by offering your trust to her. She will reward you by leading you to the most powerful spiritual medicine you can fathom.

In China the deer is a symbol of happiness and good fortune. Indeed, its name in Chinese is a homonym for the word abundance.

Why have I provided you with animal symbolism about a deer? Well, try and be open to it as you dive in to reading From Yoga To High Heels new guest blogger Kate Drummond’s story, Be The Leading Lady of Your Life. Trust me, it will all make sense as you head into this spiritual journey.

Happy Day!

Jessica Hinkson