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Skip to My Lou for Spring! - Suzane Northrop

Skip to My Lou for Spring!

Skip to My Lou for Spring!


I know I’m not the only one counting the days waiting for blossoms to bloom, while watching and waiting for the grass to turn green. As I perceive it, the Spring air is coming soon, and the temperature is getting warmer. Can you feel it? This is truly the season that we all restart the bounce in our step, smile at the sun, and remember how Love feels.
The official Vernal/Spring equinox is March 20th. February was rough in the Northeast, thanks to the snow. Poor sweet Texas. Wishing each minute that the warm Spring air will arrive soon.
Given the environment that we now live in, I know so many of you had sent out prayers and did so many good deeds. We are all neighbors getting through these extraordinarily difficult months. Hopefully the “pandemic” lockdowns won’t last much longer.
I have said for over 40 years, it is always the little things that are the most precious. Water, food and warmth, and a roof over your head and heart.
There are wonders of each Season that give us the sparks, energy, and just maybe an idea that “I need to do this NOW.”
Crises, and not knowing what’s coming next, can bring us to what we want to renew, or perhaps revisit in our life. Spring brings us to these thoughts, maybe now more than ever in 2021.
Now, in 2021, in life, we know that it isn’t always that easy to follow our hearts, as many have suggested we do. Yes, we can follow our hearts, and revisit those dreams we’ve always wanted to follow. However, the next step is to think and feel about how, why, and what we can do, to make things better in the future.
I just recently reread my notes regarding the words spoken from loved ones who were about to cross over to the Spirit World. For many, their number one regret is: “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” When people realize that their life is almost over, and they look back clearly on their life, it is easy to see how many dreams have gone unfulfilled.
I have perceived that most people have not attempted to fulfill half of their dreams. I would suggest that it is very important to try and honor at least some of your dreams along the way.
As dreams manifest, Time passes. Then if you hit that moment when you lose your health, it is too late. Health brings a freedom very few realize until health begins to diminish. Our loved ones want us to know this.
Also, think about every Spring that’s gone by. At times, where or when, have we taken an advantage, or a disadvantage, of a particular moment? No need to dwell upon. But maybe we can learn from our own history, upon reflection.
It is so awe-inspiring to see how Life comes alive again after Winter yields to Spring. The green is on the way. At this time of year, there is not a person alive (that I know of) who doesn’t want to play hooky, and/or smell the flowers, during Spring.
Here is some advice: Don’t wait until you are at your “death-bed” to smell the flowers. Instead, follow your dream NOW.
For all you music lovers, I suggest you listen to Pink’s song “Try.” All you gotta do is try. Of course, she’s not the only artist to share these words, but she says it so well.
I still don’t know when I’ll be able to see you face-to-face, given the “pandemic,” but I’m doing many webinar/small groups and galleries via today’s technology. Check my website. 
For all of you Animal lovers, my most recent webinar with Samantha Khury was beautifully filled with Love and inspiration. She will also appear on my blog-talk show on March 1st; and you can also get the Animal Communication webinar on my site.
I’ve been touched by all of you who’ve joined The Dead People’s Society. Thank you.
The “pandemic” forced me go to the cellar and dig up videos, podcasts, radio shows, etc.—so many wonderful journeys I’ve had over the years. It’s been special to share these shows with you on my website.
I will be doing “The Afterlife Conference” this year again on ZOOM. A wonderful conference it will be. For those of you who could not travel previously, especially, here’s a chance to be there. For others who have attended in person, I wonder what your response will be if you attend on ZOOM, and contrast that experience to the in-person experience.
Be well, stay safe, and keep your heart open as Spring comes our way. Less than a month away.

Photo by Kayla Hatwood on Unsplash

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