I'm back again, its raining and still rather windy tonight, but we were lucky and had the sun come out during the day as well. I went to meet Shaun earlier and while standing/sitting there by a wall a little Robin came to have a look what we were doing. These birds are usually quite shy , but this one stayed with us for at least 20 minutes at the wall. Of cause I had to take a pic with my phone.
And going into my book store I found this.
Not only is the robin a promise of new beginnings with the new cycle of spring in our midst, it carries symbolic meanings of cheer, joviality and light-heartedness. "Live, love, laugh and be happy" and that is precisely what the symbolic meaning of the red robin tells us too.
I was also busy redecorating my altar last night , besides charging my crystals in the light of the full moon.
I chose natural elements this time like chestnuts, acorns etc. I like how it turned out , it really has an autumn look now.
In the background you can see the native American corn dolly I made out of corn husks. If you want to give it a go yourself you can find out how to do it here: http://www.snowwowl.com/naartcornhuskdolls2.html
Sam thought they make a great cat toy and started to attack it,lol.
Kyra , so glad I made you chuckle with my last post ,lol - now you see what I have to put up with here....men...hmphhh ! Is it a wonder that I don't like the local species? Well, most of them not,anyway.
Now I will play a bit with my Animal Totem kit and later tonight I am giving a card reading to a friend and most likely chat with sexy Eddy again,lol. But before I go here is another quickpage. This one is made with one of my photo backgrounds.
Tomorrow I plan on uploading the other kit and putting it into the Store. So I will have lots of previews to show plus the sampler-till then:)