A day of reading, playing with my paper dolls, being with my mom. I loved the sunny days of summer, playing outside, riding my bike, walking in orchards and being with my mom.
The richness of good, deep, lasting friendships; of having been loved unconditionally; of vast and great adventures out in the world; my Native American heritage and those ancestors who gave me life.
By appreciation. Waking up grateful is the best feeling in the world, let me not take it for granted.
My legal name is SANDRA but I’ve used my initials all my life. I love the name Sandra. It means “helper and defender of mankind.” I grew into that meaning. and came to be it and live it. Coincidently, one of my Native American spirit animals is the dolphin- also symbolic of one who comes along side to help and does not leave until help is completed.; a companioning of sorts.
Sweet memories of my childhood when all I had to do was soak up life. Sweet memories with my parents- the loves of my life who I miss dearly to this day but hear their voices in my heart. Memories of standing before the oceans; climbing mountain peaks and walking ridges, Mt. Rainier in the sunrise and the sunset.
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