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Posted in: The Observation Deck by Pamela on October 31, 2008

Some people are going to choose to stay,
As this magnificent shift of energy is upon us
Wallowing in a comfort zone
Resting forever on the dock of the bay

Never realizing the magnificence of the vast oceans
Calling out to each and every one of us to come home.
To take responsibility and make a FINAL STAND.

Pure energy, which, is what we all are … will die
If it sits numbly aside.
Losing its power
So I humbly advise … take the venture outside
Do not sit on the perch.
Remove fear and doubt and come fly.

~ pamela leigh richards


Posted in: The Observation Deck by Pamela on October 30, 2008

QUESTION: Why do Pelicans fly in formation?


Researchers explored this theory by monitoring pelican heartbeats during flight.

Examination of the data showed that the heart rates of pelicans

flying in formation were much lower than that of a bird flying alone.

Other studies have estimated that a flock of 25 birds in formation

can fly as much as 70% further than a solo bird using the same amount of energy.

Thank you John McPherson


Posted in: Touching Your Heart by Pamela on

Freedom and Jeff
Freedom and I have been together 10 years this summer.

She came in as a baby in 1998 with two broken wings.

Her left wing doesn’t open all the way even after surgery, it was broken in 4 places .

She’s my baby.

When Freedom came in she could not stand and both wings were broken.

She was emaciated and covered in lice.

We made the decision to give her a chance at life, so I took her to the vets office.

From then on, I was always around her.

We had her in a huge dog carrier with the top off,

and it was loaded up with shredded newspaper for her to lay in.

I used to sit and talk to her, urging her to live, to fight;

and she would lay there looking at me with those big brown eyes.

We also had to tube feed her for weeks.

This went on for 4-6 weeks, and by then she still couldn’t stand.

It got to the point where the decision was made to euthanize her if she couldn’t stand in a week.

You know you don’t want to cross that line between torture and rehab,

and it looked like death was winning.

She was going to be put down that Friday,

and I was supposed to come in on that Thursday afternoon

I didn’t want to go to the center that Thursday,

because I couldn’t bear the thought of her being euthanized;

but I went anyway, and when I walked in everyone was grinning from ear to ear.

I went immediately back to her cage;

and there she was, standing on her own, a big beautiful eagle.

She was ready to live.

I was just about in tears by then. That was a very good day.

We knew she could never fly, so the director asked me to glove train her.

I got her used to the glove, and then to jesses,

and we started doing education programs for schools in westernWashington .

We wound up in the newspapers, radio (believe it or not) and some TV .

Miracle Pets even did a show about us.

In the spring of 2000, I was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma.

I had stage 3, which is not good (one major organ plus everywhere),

so I wound up doing 8 months of chemo.

Lost the hair – the whole bit. I missed a lot of work.

When I felt good enough, I would go to Sarvey and take Freedom out for walks.

Freedom would also come to me in my dreams and help me fight the cancer.

This happened time and time again.

Fast forward to November 2000, the day after Thanksgiving, I went in for my last checkup.

I was told that if the cancer was not all gone after 8 rounds of chemo,

then my last option was a stem cell transplant.

Anyway, they did the tests; and I had to come back Monday for the results.

I went in Monday, and I was told that all the cancer was gone.

So the first thing I did was get up to Sarvey and take the big girl out for a walk.

It was misty and cold.

I went to her flight and jessed her up, and we went out front to the top of the hill.

I hadn’t said a word to Freedom, but somehow she knew.

She looked at me and wrapped both her wings around me

to where I could feel them pressing in on my back (I was engulfed in eagle wings),

and she touched my nose with her beak and stared into my eyes,

and we just stood there like that for I don’t know how long.

That was a magic moment.

We have been soul mates ever since she came in. This is a very special bird.

On a side note: I have had people who were sick come up to us when we are out,

and Freedom has some kind of hold on them.

I once had a guy who was terminal come up to us and I let him hold her.

His knees just about buckled and he swore he could feel her power course through his body.

I have so many stories like that.

I never forget the honor I have of being so close to such a magnificent spirit as Freedoms.

Hope you enjoy this.

My daughter Alexandria drove up to Sedona from Phoenix one weekend to visit
and brought with her this amazing little white bundle of fur.

It was a Bischon Frise.

He was just a baby at four months old and needed a home

for he was rescued from a puppy mill by some of her friends.

His mother did not make it sadly.

Alexandria is now going to be taking a trip to California to participate in saving these animals.

I said bring him. I will keep him until I find a good home.

It all happened very quickly.

I had him for only five days and fell deeply in love with him.

He has a quality about him that is beyond human. Very intelligent and loving.

The new family found was Kimberly Miles and her two daughters Sam and Morgan.

Kimberly Miles is a nutritionist and when she found out I was feeding Wiggles

organic carrot juice and raw food such as broccoli,

she knew this was the puppy they were looking for.


Thank you for coming into my life and Mr. Wiggles’ life.
I am very happy to forever be an “Auntie” to the little guy.
As he enjoys his world with all of us in Peace.
With our growing Global family.

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