2016 – Chapter Two – Starting out on the journey

In Chapter One – A friend and business partner was driving a car. A passenger went into labour in a mall parking lot. I delivered the baby. I had a little romance with a CIA agent. I went into the mall and found a woman with a bomb. Got out safely and protected others but not before seeing what someone was trying to hide: inside the mall there was a secret mind-control operation going on and I saw two “scientists” torturing someone under the guise of “running an experiment.” I adopted 3 First Nations children even though I had less money, less time and less space than the mother but she wanted me to help her protect them.

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We were all getting into these cars. There was enough seats and belts for all 12 of us but with our bags, boxes and extra jackets we were cramped. I didn’t want to get in, yet the whole thing was my idea to begin with and they wouldn’t be here if not for me, so who was I to say this sucks. I couldn’t say what I was thinking and feeling.

That meant I had to avoid the eye contact of my brother because he could always sense what I was feeling and he would stop heaven and earth to make sure I was okay. I couldn’t have him thinking I wasn’t okay. I needed him to drive the other car. I needed him strong. So I had to be short with my words when talking to him and avoid those dark eyes because then he just figured I was readying and steadying myself for the journey. Which was at least true to a certain degree.

In my day-dreamy place I happened to look up and see through a thin veil of clouds that there was a large bird flying above. Typically it’s hawks in this area but when I looked closer I saw white on its head and I saw it was an eagle. An eagle? Here? It must be because we are in BC I thought.

I followed its gaze to see what it did and it soared around and around in large circles then came to a landing in the parkinglot right beside us. It was at the front of the car and I was at the back. It’s gaze was on me as though there were no car. It’s like it was beaconing me but I was too shy to face it.

It’s one thing when an eagle shows up in a dream but for it to show up in real life. Phew! I was captivated.

I saw it for a moment and then backed away behind the vehicle again.

No matter what others believed, I couldn’t ignore that this was a good sign and it gave me confidence for my journey ahead.

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