Monday, July 23, 2007


David Penfound

For those of you who wanted to know where I found my information about Birth Totems, here is the site:

I chose this picture because it makes me feel cool. It was 99 degrees F Saturday, 99 Sunday, 106 today and will be 103 tomorrow!!!


E~li~si said...

I wish I could blow a cool breeze your way!
Thanks for the info!!

Anonymous said...

Wow that is hotter than here in south Bama. Thanks for the link.

Rowan said...

Thanks for the link , It looks a really interesting site so I've bookmarked it. I'm Turtle Clan and my totem is a Black Bear and I'd like to think it's pretty accurate - it says some nice things so maybe I'm not the best judge of how true it is:)

Miss Robyn said...

I am a goose - oh lord... a goose..hee, hee

gma said...

This is very interesting....I have saved this website to explore birth totem is Crow.'s know the story about the wet goat, same goes for carrying a WET CHICKEN...but at least you can pull on a chickens legs so it'll flap its wings and cool ya down.

Sheila said...

Mine is an otter. I was thrilled to see that, as they have long been a favourite of mine.
What an interesting site. I have book marked to read more thoroughly. Thanks..!

Lila Rostenberg said...

I'm a crow too or a Raven...depending on what you read.
Always did like those shiny objects! (hee! Hee!)

Vita said...

We are having beautiful weather in Corvallis, 59-degrees F now, and expected to warm up to 89 by 5 tonight.

J C said...

Hey Green Eyed Lady! I was reading your comment on Robyn's nettle doll blog. YOU CAN DO IT! You don't have to wait to take a class. Just put some "stuff" together. Fiber, sticks, glitter, paper, anything! And LOTSA glue!! I know you can, so now I will be expecting to see it. I wish I knew all about crystals too. There are several crystal shops here and whenever I go in one I want to buy EVERYTHING! LOL xoxoxoxoxo

Annie Jeffries said...

I'm a snake. I think I was born early. Not a good match at all. The next one was just about perfect though. LOL

Tea said...

Hi Julie,

I went and checked out that link. Mine was the goose. Interesting site!
I love seeing gaggles of white farn geese, but I`ve for some odd reason always been attracted to crows. Don`t know what that`s all about.
Have a great weekend.


Samanta Vega Díaz said...

Thank you very much, Celtic Lady !

It was very kind and smart from you to post the link, since your entry about one's own Birth Totem will arouse many people's curiosity and awareness.

By the way, I was reading that same web page this morning at home, in Barcelona, Spain, and it was when I went looking for more resource information that I came to your blog. Coincidence? I don't think so.