You know Terri, I'm an American Indian, not because of some fond desire in my life to be one. I remember as a small child how my grandmother, mother, brother and two sisters were shooed out of a restaurant because we were not white. No different from a traditional Indian being banned from one of these 'Native American' theme internet communities. The last place banned me for commenting about one historic person who was of my people. And that was one day after I accepted a friend request from the owner. Why go on about NDNs so much, only to ban them when they show up?
Hello my friend, and thank you for the kind words. I hope to learn a great deal from you. May I ask how one goes about discovering who their totem animals are? Take care, I'll speak with you soon. :) ^. .^
Thanks so much for the warm welcome. So wonderful to have found you. Perhaps you will consider coming on the show to share your expertise of totems and passion for the horses. Beautiful pictures by the way.
OMG! Terri, I swear, when I asked you if you needed help with the sites I hadn't even seen your lovely Panda hug message!! That came from the heart of one entity mate to another just wanting to help out and you've already thanked me for it A WEEK before! Wow ... nice precognition skills. ;) Big Panda bear hugz back at ya!
Terri, Thanks for your comments about my Medicine Wheel Lens. How did I create so many? For about 3 years, I've tried to create 2 lenses a week. Sometimes there is so much info, a lens becomes 2 or 3. And everyone seems to inspire another. Some are a labor of love, some are just for the creation of income. The best result of the creation of these lenses are the amazing wonderful people I have met along the way!!! The community of lensmakers are very caring supportive people working to create a world of love , peace and joy!!!!
Terri, Terri, Terri...where do I begin? You make my head spin! You have made this INCREDIBLY beautiful site. Every day there is something new (something? how about many somethings!) to learn or look at an appreciate. I cannot find the words to say how much I appreciate (and acknowledge) all your hard work on this site. I feel that you do so to help people to discover their inner selves or help illuminate what they may already know or are just on the brink of acknowledging about themselves. Congratulations on a true work of art - I hope this site lasts for years and helps many!!! Much love for you xoxoxoxo Vonney
Terri, About my shirt...my kids bought it for me in Hawaii. The image is a dragon. My first dragon that I remember came to me was when I was three years old. It was on the back of a jacket that my dad brought me from Japan! I've been collecting dragons ever since.