This post is for all of us who have deeply loved. Dr. Yanez *o*
RubyGlow ~ Reaching out from
Once, a very long time ago, we lived with Precious RubyGlow.
In all her twelve years with me, I cannot ever recall a time I
did not marvel at RubyGlow's wisdoms. She was as much my teacher, as my beloved
roommate and dear friend. Where did all her wisdom come from? It is my humble
belief that she and I have been together many times.
Ruby enjoyed helping me with patients and would volunteer when
her special intuitive gifts were called for. One favorite and very remarkable
experience we shared was with a woman who was in excruciating pain from having
been crushed. Her back and neck were broken in an airline accident. Unbeknowns
to me, my patient had recently lost her kittie and was in deep mourning. When
RubyGlow asked permission to help she jumped up on the table and began kissing
the right cheek of my patient. I asked if the gal felt o.k. with this and she
We resolved many things in this one,
extremely long session. After it was completed I asked the lady her
impressions? She said that RubyGlow was kissing her recently deceased kittie
who was lovingly visiting precisely next to her right cheek throughout the
entire therapy/hypnosis session. And here I thought it was the lady Ruby was
My RubyGlow did so many acts of
kindness that it boggles the mind to remember. She was the Alpha female in my
home, and earned her title with wonderful deeds of love, compassion, courage,
and an intelligence that almost defies my ability to describe.
God Bless you My Precious RubyGlow. Forever inside each other's
Love Your Human MOM *o* Until we reunite in Heavenly Rainbow.
Once upon a time I had a loving mother. Irene Shirley lived a life of very severe mental and physical abuses. She was basically the forced servant of a ruthless mother while some of her siblings weren't much better. MOM, you left us when you were much too young.
Today I will only discuss the happy times she and I shared.
Being an artist, MOM gave an enormous amount of time to teaching me about art, major museum hopping, and music. The shared enjoyment was spent at
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Museum of Natural History, both in NYC. On occasion we'd go to The Brooklyn Museum as well. She knew so much about history, the world-acclaimed-artists, and cultures of places like
Ancient Egypt. This instilled in me the passion for studying about their Pyramids, pharaohs, and unrivaled artwork.
I remember MOM teaching me to respect language. We'd play Scrabble and it was fierce competitions. In every bathroom was a dictionary. She had a beautiful singing voice and played pretty decent
piano. The times we sang together were very precious to me.
Of all the nice things I remember it was her professional level sense of humor. We would joke that she could make a corpse laugh!!! It was that lovely sense of humor and her wit that kept us going when the very difficult events happened.
Some of that skill to make others laugh rubbed off on me as well. Mommy, please save a comfy, loving place near you when it is my turn to leave here. Thank you for the time and energy you gave to teach me. It wasn't wasted.
Love from your first born daughter.