“When a man knows the solitude of silence, and feels the joy of quietness, he is then free from fear and he feels the joy of the dharma.” –Buddha



This is a dream that I had not long ago.

I was in a house that was surrounded by trees.  The feeling was very tranquil.  I was in the house with my sister, Kim; and I was running around getting ready to go somewhere.  I was getting married.  My sister got my dress and brought it to me.  I was becoming frantic because I did not know what was keeping my fiance.  I looked out the front window and saw him pull up in a car.

He got out of the car carrying a box filled with papers and other documents. He came into the living room and I was frustrated.  I told him it seems he did not want to get married.  He was calm (smiling) and said he wanted to get married.  Just then a beautiful hummingbird appeared hovering, between us.  End of dream.

When you dream of a hummingbird pay attention because Spirit is talking to you. Of course, there are different interpretations of what it means to dream of a hummingbird.  The interpretation also depends upon other things going on in your dream.

The Curious Dreamer Interpretation.

Tasting the “sweet nectar” or the good things in life. Endurance. Also, based on the way that hummingbirds can hover in one place, hummingbird can mean you’re actually making progress even when it seems you’re stuck, or that you’re in a natural lull or rest period and you’ll begin making progress again soon. Dreaming of this animal can represent:•Having too much of one of these qualities, or that you could benefit by being less this way

•Not having enough of one of these qualities, or that you could benefit by being more like this

•Someone or something in your real life with whom you associate one of these qualities (an event, situation, threat, etc.)
For more clues, pay attention to what the animal was doing or any particular characteristic that stood out.


Love, light, and blessings


blue wild flowers me walkin nature trail  turtle on a log water garden

Saturday morning I decided to go to Houston Arboretum & Nature Center.  I’ve been wanting to go for some time now.  After an early morning appointment I did just that.  It wasn’t too hot, and I was dressed for a hike in nature .  I walked into the Arboretum and took a look around.  There were lots of interesting displays of birds, butterflies, edible wild plants, …

I walked several trails and took in the beauty of nature.  It was so tranquil.  I could hear birds and other sounds coming from the forest.  It was almost hypnotic. I saw a water garden and a turtle sitting on a log in the water.  Butterflies and birds were everywhere.  There are benches in different areas on the trail.   It would be a good spot to sit ad write.

After about an hour I left the Arboretum and  took the scenic route home.  Then I found myself in an area that was unfamiliar. I did not recognize any of the streets.  I needed to get to Bunker Hill and figured sooner or later I will run across a street that I recognize.  So, I went with the flow and took in the beauty of the homes and gardens.  After driving a little while, I instinctively made a left turn.  I continued to drive still absorbing the feeling of connecting with nature.  A few miles later I made another left turn.  I came to a cross-road and decided to turn right.  The street was Bunker Hill!  I totally relied on my instincts to get me where I needed to go.   Ummm, could it be intent and manifestation at work?

Love, light, and laughter