Nothing much is happening right with me in this Pandemic but I know of someone who can explain a lot of things.  Have you ever heard of Esther Hicks who channels Abraham?  Sometimes it takes me reviewing what she says a couple of times because it is so deep yet this message is deep but it also explains soooo much.  Have you even wanted to know about why you are here on Earth?  Etc. etc.?????  I have decided to let her speak to you in a way I have not heard before; Abraham clears a lot of questions that run around in my head and probably yours, too. Take a chance and see what can be cleared up for you.

Just in case you did not see this video, it is so moving.  Hooray for newbies, who needs all the hoopla to get noticed.

Solidarity?  What is it?  Here is a perfect example of humanity in its purest form.

This next video is a way to share my love of the birds. I have no idea why there are so many golden finches at my feeders.  I wonder if other feeders are empty.  They are emptying my feeder every day which is very unusual.  But, there is always a but; they are so beautiful to watch.  The males are now turning into pure gold with black patches over their eyes. There are a few who have fully molted and many who are a mixture of grey and gold. I seem to have more males at my feeders than females and I know they do not mate until August but they are so fierce right now.  They keep pursuing the others so they can get to the feeder.  Usually they are quite docile but there is more activity between them than I have ever seen.  This next video prompted me to share this with you.

Are you ready for this one? I kept it for last because it will leave you with such a feeling of joy and accomplishment.  What an unusual way to win this contest. Do you believe in Magic?

Love and Light

Mary Grace



As I sit here, I am waiting for the person who is going to transform my deck from a deck that is so dirty from the weather and so much peeling going on that it needs a scraping AND a sanding.  It was supposed to have been done by now but he ended going to the emergency room for pain in his leg which turned out to be a cyst.  I am excited to get his call which means he is healing and also my deck will begin its healing.

Although I sit here in the humidity and heat of a 90 degree day, it also feels like fall is very close by.  I realized last night that the sun was setting an hour earlier than it has been and my clear view of the sunset was not as full as the sunset is moving back behind the trees.  I also came to the realization that I have been as cooped up in the house because of the heat as I am in the winter because of the cold and snow. I am eagerly looking forward to opening up my windows and doors to let in “fresh” air.  It feels like I will really appreciate the fall this year even if it does mean we are closer to winter.  Aren’t we fortunate to have 4 seasons as we get to taste all that Mother Nature has to offer us?

My grandson bought a 1997 Lincoln Town Car.  When he took me out for a ride in it, I was amazed at how much our cars have changed.  It was such a luxury to sink into the seats in his car and it reminded me of how we used to sit three people in the front.  In fact, it had three sets of seat belts in the front.  His trunk seemed so massive to me but I do remember having that much room in some of my cars.  I thought you might enjoy going down memory lane  with me so I included a link that AAA has so generously shared with us.

I guess I am going down memory lane this week.  Has someone ever said to you:” I don’t know what this world and the young people in it are up to these days.”  It seems like we are having a harder time bridging the generation gap.  Here is wisdom from Abraham that brought the answer to that question so much clearer to me.

Children coming forth today have a greater capacity to deal with the greater variety of information that is coming forward than you did. They deliberately are coming forth into this environment where there is more to contemplate. This generation gap that you are talking about, it has ever been thus. Each new generation, every new individual, that comes forth, is coming with you having prepared a different platform for them to proceed from. There is this thing that gets in the way of that that says, “I’m the parent. I got here first. I know more than you do.” From the children’s perspective, and from the purity of their Nonphysical Perspective, what they are saying is, “You’re the parent. You got here first. You prepared a platform that I am leaping off from — and my leap will be beyond anything that you have ever known.”

Excerpted from San Rafael, CA on 2/27/99

Our Love

Esther (Abraham and Jerry)

This is great. Take a listen and see if it works for you.  Neuroscientists discover a Song that reduces Anxiety by 65%.

I don’t believe there is one human alive who is not seeking a healing of some sort.  I put myself in that category also.  Jamye Price offers us an intention we can use to assist us in that pursuit.

This story gave me a different perspective on crows.  I know they wake me in the morning with their chatter as they search the beach in hopes of finding some crumbs that visitors might have left.  I never realized that they were so intelligent.  Enjoy this amazing story.  Wouldn’t it be great if all cities used them for a clean-up crew

Love and Light

Mary Grace



I celebrated my 80th birthday this past week.  Age has never meant much to me and I am truthful when asked my age but I had an AHA moment when I received a birthday card from a friend.  IT HAD A HUGE 80 RIGHT ON THE FRONT. When I read that, my immediate reaction was: “I am not that old, I do not feel that old, how can I be that old.”  Until I was faced with that fact in black and white, I had been in neutral.  See how much power the printed word or numbers have.  I was immediately sent back to my beliefs about being 80.  When do we make these beliefs in our minds?  Usually when we are children and to a child, 80 in soooo old.  Then we see our parents and grandparents age and the deep impression of what “old” is implanted in our brains. In our young minds, we will never get “that” old and we don’t worry about it because we are taking our youth for granted.

I have never had a birthday party so I decided I would throw one for myself with my immediate family.  I thought about having it catered but then my son reminded me of all the clean-up I would need to do afterwards. I decided to go to my favorite restaurant, Diane’s Villa Nova in Holland, Ma.  It is an Italian family run restaurant whose chef is very familiar with cooking Gluten Free meals as he needs to be gluten free also. I need to be GF and I have children, grandchildren and a great grandson who also need to be gluten free. Yet, all the “regular “eaters were captivated with their food also. I used my age as a good reason for us all to get together as it had been 15 years since we had all been together at the same time.

Diane had bought me a beautiful floral arrangement for our table and my granddaughter had brought me orchids.  The table was so full with us that we needed to put the flowers aside but they were beautiful. I even got serenaded by my family and a team of young basketball players who were having a party of their own.  My kids surprised me by hiring a friend of my granddaughter’s to take pictures of the occasion.  That was the best gift they could have given me as we are all going to receive a CD and we can have any or all of them printed out. I don’t have the CD yet but I am eager to see what it will show.  I really want a picture of all of us together that I can put up on the wall.

Why do so many of us humans put off getting together with our families except maybe for the holidays?  Is it because when we get together, there is still the competition, rivalry and jealousy that we felt as a child?  Let me tell you that when you get to my age, there is none of that. What is left is the joy in seeing yourself in the different ages that sit at your table and you remember just what it felt like when you were young and at that stage of life. No matter what drama is playing out, the feelings are still the same as when you were young. No matter what you think about the “times” we are in, so much remains the same.

Bob Dylan returns to the Orpheum Theatre in Minnesota to perform an updated version of “The Times They Are A-Changin’.”

Your reality changes as your age changes. Age is when you realize that all in the past was as it was meant to be in order to get the wisdom that you have today.  Check out this wisdom: Control Your Reality by Esther (Abraham) Hicks.

Times are a-changing and with that, new developments are being made. Dementia and Alzheimer’s are right at the forefront of most symptoms of aging. My aunt and my mom had dementia and so I have personal experience of that torment but guess what?  A cure is on its way and this is just the beginning.  Hope is right here and  changes  are right around the corner.

With the Olympics hoopla going on, there is so much proof that age is not a factor.  A mom won a gold medal, how about that for change. I am so proud and full of hope for humanity when I see what the younger ones are doing. Here is proof again of what the younger generation is bringing to the whole planet.  Check this out and smile as these young ones bring so much joy and hope.

I just had to send this to you.  Notice the expression on the little critter’s face. It took a big, tough cop to bring compassion and laughter to thissituation.

Love and Light

Mary Grace