May 9

Mothers and Butterflies

Hello my Friends. How nice of you to visit.

Happy Mothers Day to all the Mother’s out there.

I wanted to tell a little story about my Mom who is in spirit . My Mother, Frances, slipped from our lives way too quickly. In a total of two weeks she was gone. We all miss her terribly. She was a kind, loving and humble lady who helped everyone. She does visit in dreams and pops in every so often to see me but I so miss her especially when I find myself thinking oh I have to tell Mom and realize I can’t just pick up the phone anymore.

She does live through my sister though. They were very much alike.

Before my Mom passed she promised she would visit us by way of a monarch butterfly. Many a family gathering we would see a lone large monarch come through stopping near each person. That is the reason I have the butterfly to navigate my website. I love to keep her energy with me for good luck.Todd Silva has a great blog and video where a Monarch transforms. Watch it here.

It’s so powerful to watch. Miracles always are.

Here’s a poem my sister wrote that I want to share with you:

Happiness is a Butterfly.

I stopped & realized my cocoon was oh so tight,

It took some will & all my might,

To unravel my wings & take to flight

The beauty & colour a magnificent sight

So FLY, FLY, FLY across the sky.

For all to see

Say, Yes this is me

Iā€™m the best I can be

DL, Toronto

I want to say how blessed I am too that my earth mom Dorothy came into my life when she did. She brought Love and Light and spiritual guidance when I needed it most. She is a gifted brilliant artist and a way ahead of her time.

And last but not least sending blessings out to my mother-in-law. Happy Mothers Day Joan. Thank you for welcoming me into the family.

So I will leave you today with a quote:

All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother.” Abraham Lincoln

Until we meet again, Sharon


8 Comments so far

  1. Todd Silva May 9th, 2008 5:02 pm

    Hi Sharon,

    You are so kind! I remember first reading the story about your mother and the butterflies, and am still very touched.

    Blessings to you, and an extra special Happy Mother’s Day wish to you!


  2. Sharon May 9th, 2008 5:08 pm

    Hi Todd,

    Thank you so much. I couldn’t wait to connect your First Flight so I waited to tell the story of my Mom on Mothers Day.

    The internet is an amazing tool isn’t it. Friends that you would never have a chance to meet because of where they live come bounding in your life. I guess it makes God’s work a little easier. A click of a button I’d say.

    Take care my Friend.


  3. Lavender Lady May 10th, 2008 6:44 am


    This is so lovely.

    Brought a tear to my eye and a tug on my heart.

    Happy Mothers Day to you.


  4. Sharon May 10th, 2008 3:47 pm

    Thank you my sister. Love you tons.

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