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Posted 5/10/2008 10:38 PM (#5119)
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This precious little squiggly wriggly being took her first breath on 5-7-08 at 0921 AM- all 5 lb 15 oz and 18 whopping inches. I think most of that weight is the hair on her head! I truly do not think she could be any more beautiful. (Not that I am partial or anything). I attempted to watch her closely as she took in her first breath, to see if I noticed any spirit beings and or guides/angels present. Either it was the tears of joy in my eyes at the time that prevented me from seeing, or maybe I simply was not supposed to. Either way, we are all blessed so deeply and wonderfully by her. Yay!!!!
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Posted 5/10/2008 11:40 PM (#5123 - in reply to #5119)
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Congratulations!!!
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Posted 5/11/2008 4:23 AM (#5129 - in reply to #5119)
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hi,many congratulations,and love to you,i wrote a poem for you,hope you enjoy,the many years of joy ahead,love and hugs x

BIRTH

the miracle of life they say
is your brand new babe,born today
she,ll look to you for love and care
so many years of joy you,ll share
she,ll bring you laughter,love,some tears
but ones of joy and love no fears
when in your arms at first she lay
a special bond was formed that day
i send you love,a burning pride
complete,a picture side by side
may all her wishes,dreams,come true
she,s chosen parents such as you
because the angels looked around
a special mum and dad they found
your truly blessed for evermore
my luck and love,pass through your door
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Posted 5/11/2008 4:51 AM (#5131 - in reply to #5129)
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sunflower - 2008-05-12 5:23 PM

hi,many congratulations,and love to you,i wrote a poem for you,hope you enjoy,the many years of joy ahead,love and hugs x

BIRTH

the miracle of life they say
is your brand new babe,born today
she,ll look to you for love and care
so many years of joy you,ll share
she,ll bring you laughter,love,some tears
but ones of joy and love no fears
when in your arms at first she lay
a special bond was formed that day
i send you love,a burning pride
complete,a picture side by side
may all her wishes,dreams,come true
she,s chosen parents such as you
because the angels looked around
a special mum and dad they found
your truly blessed for evermore
my luck and love,pass through your door


Your poetry is extremely moving.
What a special blessing for this new precious life!
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Posted 5/11/2008 9:51 AM (#5132 - in reply to #5119)
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Thank you James and Sunflower, how lovely and sweet you both are. We are so blessed to have Jordyn. I feel so privileged to be a Nanna...I could breathe her breath and be sustained..such power she has over us..I have printed out your poetry for my family to enjoy.
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Posted 5/11/2008 2:52 PM (#5139 - in reply to #5132)
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Lovely words, All.
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Posted 5/11/2008 4:52 PM (#5148 - in reply to #5119)
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Posted 5/12/2008 3:09 AM (#5152 - in reply to #5132)
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hi,thnkyou you sound a very kind loving soull,i can by reading your words,feel the love and joy in you,its so lovely,Jordyn is so blessed to have been born into such a loving and caring family,its amaging isn,t it how a new life brings along such joy and powerful emotions,please extend my love to all,NE,thanks,your a star,i love your poetry link,such lovely poems all have written,yours are very special,keep on bringing the joy,love to all,big hugs,x
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Posted 5/12/2008 12:28 PM (#5156 - in reply to #5119)
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Wonderful! Hooray!
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Posted 5/12/2008 7:35 PM (#5170 - in reply to #5119)
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Congratulations new Mommy~

How wonderful.... your life will never be the same, but will be better than you ever thought it could be.

Many blessings~
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Posted 5/13/2008 12:47 PM (#5199 - in reply to #5119)
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Hi Doc, Thanks! Actually The Divine Ms. Jordyn is my first grandchild...therefore my son's life will never be the same...and I get to witness it! That is even sweeter! (he he he)
Thank you everyone for your poetry, wishes and wonderfilled energy!
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Posted 5/13/2008 2:02 PM (#5200 - in reply to #5199)
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Hmmmm

A bear's Hum,

from Winnie the Pooh

and bear's like Honey
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Posted 5/13/2008 2:05 PM (#5203 - in reply to #5119)
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Doh - meant to take out the stray apostrophe, and meanwhile, apologies, my posts keep repeating themselves, non-deliberately.

Ok - this just came up too -

Infants are ourselves in infancy

[see if that gets through in One!]
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Posted 5/13/2008 2:27 PM (#5205 - in reply to #5203)
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Oh, Winnie the Poo rocks! and yes P J I could not agree more. Infants are ourselves in infancy. Minus the societal jading and assuming nature of the "evolved". So pure they are, she is. So simple and peaceful in her expression, so thankful she is as she slumbers. Needs are met. Cozy and warm and a belly full of nature's milk. She ( they ) have much to teach us, as if they are the sages and we are in our infancy. Our innate knowledge seems to tend to evaporate as we merge forth. Interesting, this human progression, as we age we return back to dependency, our needs to be anticipated versus requested. Babies in all their gentle glory are our Creator's reminder that all is well.
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Posted 5/13/2008 4:27 PM (#5206 - in reply to #5205)
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Wow - yes; and, isn't it interesting how every baby looks just like Buddha (the venerated one, blessed be he) ?!
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Posted 5/13/2008 4:37 PM (#5207 - in reply to #5119)
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Holy Cow,( uh, no pun intended ). I never thought of the Buddha resemblance !!!! I wonder if that's why I love rubbing her belly. To be determined, I suppose! (smiles) Poor baby has a bit of jaundice, fortunately we live in the desert sunshine which is what was suggested as a treatment for her to break down all of that nasty extra bilirubin. I adore this little yellow lump O' love.
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Posted 5/13/2008 7:13 PM (#5211 - in reply to #5119)
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Congratulations Grandma!
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Posted 5/15/2008 9:56 AM (#5355 - in reply to #5119)
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Thank you soo very much everyone for allowing me to gloat!!!

I appreciate everyone's kind , warm words and poetry....

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Posted 5/15/2008 10:22 AM (#5357 - in reply to #5355)
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No problemo - we should take every opportunity that we can in this life to gloat, when it is positively so !
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Posted 5/27/2008 11:18 AM (#5957 - in reply to #5119)
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She is such a big girl now! ( All 6 lb 8 oz of her, weight consists mostly of the massive amounts of brownish hair on her little head )
Eyes wide open most often, such a sweet girl, so alert, taking it all in- it seems she has one brown eye and one blue eye. Let's see what time does with this one!
Being a young, hip grandma ( toot tooting my own horn, hear it )? is a totally amazing experience!

Thanks again all..
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Posted 5/27/2008 11:32 AM (#5959 - in reply to #5207)
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Congratulations!

Love and Prayers!

Hope the fresh air and sunshine will help her out. It's amazing how healing nature can be.
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Posted 5/27/2008 4:57 PM (#5997 - in reply to #5959)
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And Lori likes rain too, as do I ... tell me, Ms Sonoron Desert Girl, do you ever meet any mystic coyotes, Don Juan Mateus', Don Genaros (both last seen jumping off mountains), Castanedas (deceased, i understand), or other such shamanic cacti ?
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Posted 5/27/2008 5:55 PM (#6007 - in reply to #5119)
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I met a coyote almost too closely with the front end of my car, we startled each other and he ran off- not sure how mystical he was, in fact he appeared quite rabid with freaky glazed over eyes, poor thing- but get a pack of them in the desert behind my back yard and you'd think you were dreaming. Other than Castaneda books lining most of the shelves I have, no such encounters. Speaking of shamanic cacti, there is actually a local religious sect that worships "divinely shaped" Saguaro cacti. I should read more about them since they are here and so am I!
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Posted 5/28/2008 3:20 AM (#6018 - in reply to #5119)
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what a wonderful blessing - congratulations to you, your family, and lovely baby Jordyn. A gift to this world, and undoubtedly here to share your life too - with a life path of 22/4 - she has a path of a master number - the Master Builder. Her path shows the potential to build a foundation of lasting value to humanity - the ability to bring the insights from higher consciousness into reality. I am sure that you and your family will provide the foundation of love to continue this blessing way beyond our lifetime...

Much love to you Lori and all..

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Posted 5/28/2008 3:22 AM (#6020 - in reply to #6007)
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Lori - we often miss what is on our own doorstep ... xx
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Posted 5/28/2008 3:44 AM (#6031 - in reply to #6020)
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Yes indeed...we do P, that statement reminds me of seeing the forest through the trees, or Michelangelo's statement about the angel in the marble, which is so beautiful!!

And thanks Louise for your beautiful words! She is just the littlest yummy thing, so sweet and pure and real... I feel such love for her, and I will share with her parents her life path information- you are so sweet to inform!! Oh, funny..I hear her "singing" right now!
And thank you Rose, Hi Pretty Rose! Ugh, I am so tired, my head is spinning...I really should get some sleep-
G'nighters everyone
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Posted 5/29/2008 8:33 AM (#6087 - in reply to #6031)
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Thanks ... I do not know the Michaelangelo quotation ... would like to please ?

??Have I passed on yet T S Eliot's quotation from, I think, Little Gidding -

"We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive atthe lpace where we started and know it for the first time " (think I have that right)
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Posted 5/29/2008 8:38 AM (#6089 - in reply to #6087)
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.... and i have found that one (I) can get so caught up in this site that time passes faster and faster - .. so engrossing are the posts ... and it is as if our consciousnesses are being enhanced in the process - mine is anyway !!
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Posted 5/29/2008 10:16 AM (#6106 - in reply to #5119)
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Michelangelo referred to one of his marble sculptures- an angel...
that he did not sculpt the angel from the marble...in fact the angel was already always there...he just sculpted the extra marble away from the angel...

I just love that....
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Posted 5/29/2008 10:18 AM (#6107 - in reply to #5119)
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Oh, and I really enjoyed that Quote from TS- thank you..
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Posted 5/29/2008 10:18 AM (#6108 - in reply to #6106)
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Yes that is so good, thanks.
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Posted 5/29/2008 10:36 AM (#6116 - in reply to #5119)
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I guess in retrospect it was not a quote, maybe it is and I never heard it, but have heard it referred to...
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Posted 5/30/2008 11:03 AM (#6175 - in reply to #6116)
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Just also to clarify, i meant your angel quote, or whatever it was, was so good ... it also reminds me of the etymology of educate, which is, if I remember correctly, educere, to draw out (as opposed to put [knowledge or stuff] in); and religion is, again, from memory so open to correction, religiere (?) [Marty you will know ..?!], religio, to bind [ oh thought I'd beter get down the dictionary - re-ligare, to bind]

Interesting things, words ...

Jordyn - Jordan River - the river of Life ... xx
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Posted 5/30/2008 11:30 AM (#6180 - in reply to #5119)
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Perfectly stated, cold water swimmer guy...it's all really within. Everything...love that..
And yes..Ms. Jordyn is clearly asserting her power already, shall we say...
And a small comment on my website...I highly suggest that if anyone cares to do this, and you have no prior knowledge of html and that whole charade, then it is worth it if possible to just hire someone to do it. The website is at least live, but needs updating, tweeking, etc. You should see my house! Completely upside down..oh well..a labor of love, I suppose! That's excatly why I will swim this morning- because the house will divinely clean itself..right?
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Posted 5/30/2008 7:19 PM (#6208 - in reply to #5119)
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Lori - your website is you - warm and open. Reading your words is very easy, comfortable and full of truth. I also love the font that you are using!! I know that people will be drawn to your love and kindness. Compassion for the human condition is a wonderful gift. I will revisit and watch your journey unfold!
Lots of love to you
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Posted 5/30/2008 9:34 PM (#6217 - in reply to #5119)
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Wow, Louise, I am so flattered and offer you many thanks! That means so very very much coming from you....I cannot express it adequately into words...

Peace and Love!
Lori
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Posted 6/14/2008 1:10 PM (#6561 - in reply to #6106)
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Oh this is beautiful! What a wonderful way to look at art...
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Posted 6/16/2008 10:57 AM (#6587 - in reply to #5119)
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HI Rose, sorry, not sure what you are referring to as beautiful but saying hi anyway LOL!!!

Like Paul made reference to the song Everything Is Beautiful in it's own way!
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Posted 6/19/2008 1:03 PM (#6636 - in reply to #5119)
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Hello friends- Jordyn was just diagnosed with a heart anomaly called Patent Ductus Arteriosis. Basically she has a hole in between the chambers of her heart which causes a mix of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood in her circulation. It is apparently quite common, in fact 60% (wow) of all infants are born with this. If it does not close on its own she will need corrective open heart surgery.

I am asking for help with my precious grand daughter. I have faith that together, if you can assist us, we can fill that hole with healing love and light, and she will continue to thrive. As you can see, I posted her photo here for visualization.

Thank you in advance to anyone who cares to participate in this beautiful child's healing.
Love to all~
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Posted 6/19/2008 1:17 PM (#6637 - in reply to #5119)
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All I feel when I transmit to Jordyn is love and joy and vibrant health!

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Posted 6/19/2008 3:43 PM (#6639 - in reply to #5119)
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You have it! I will also focus on her beautiful picture to send loving, healing energy her way.

Also, just so you know, that is quite common. My step kids mother has a hole in her heart too. she is 40 yrs old and had 4 children. The hole is still there, but it's so small, they didn't do anything about it.

I pray that all goes well.


 
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Posted 6/23/2008 10:02 AM (#6669 - in reply to #5119)
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Thank you ladies...greatly appreciated..
Much love to you
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