Archive | April, 2013

Only $8.99 Opal, Brass rope detail on a Sacred Schank–Last One!

27 Apr

Opal, Brass rope detail on a Sacred Schanck (Conch from the Indian Ocean) with gold filled chain.

From Festivebazaar

Opal, Brass rope detail on a Sacred Schanck (Conch from the Indian Ocean) with gold filled chain.

Dr. Rebecca Busby–A Recilient Spirit

21 Apr

About Dr. J. Rebecca Busby

Dr. Busbyhas an incisive wit that can reveal the truth and expose the humor in our human condition. A positive attitude assists us in facing and accepting our limitations. Her own story is one of courage, strength, and wisdom. She has lived with Rheumatoid Arthritis a

nd Sjogren’s Syndrome for 30 years. She maintains a positive attitude in her life despite decades of chronic illness.

Her specialties include: Emotional Distress Issues, Coping Strategies, Health and Wellness, Palliative Care, Spirituality, and Gratitude. Along with her academic accomplishments, she possesses an insightful intuition in working with her clients. Dr. Busby is gifted in her ability to explain her insights to her clients in a non-threatening, and engaging discourse.

Dr. J. Rebecca Busby–A Resilient Spirit

21 Apr

Photo of Dr. Rebecca Busby

About Dr. J. Rebecca Busby

Dr. Busby

has an incisive wit that can reveal the truth and expose the humor in our human condition. A positive attitude assists us in facing and accepting our limitations. Her own story is one of courage, strength, and wisdom. She has lived with Rheumatoid Arthritis a

nd Sjogren’s Syndrome for 30 years. She maintains a positive attitude in her life despite decades of chronic illness.

Her specialties include: Emotional Distress Issues, Coping Strategies, Health and Wellness, Palliative Care, Spirituality, and Gratitude. Along with her academic accomplishments, she possesses an insightful intuition in working with her clients. Dr. Busby is gifted in her ability to explain her insights to her clients in a non-threatening, and engaging discourse.

Dr. J. Rebecca Busby–A Resilient Spirit

21 Apr

About Dr. J. Rebecca Busby

Photo of Dr. Rebecca BusbyDr. Busby has an incisive wit that can reveal the truth and expose the humor in our human condition. A positive attitude assists us in facing and accepting our limitations. Her own story is one of courage, strength, and wisdom. She has lived with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Sjogren’s Syndrome for 30 years. She maintains a positive attitude in her life despite decades of chronic illness.

Her specialties include: Emotional Distress Issues, Coping Strategies, Health and Wellness, Palliative Care, Spirituality, and Gratitude. Along with her academic accomplishments, she possesses an insightful intuition in working with her clients. Dr. Busby is gifted in her ability to explain her insights to her clients in a non-threatening, and engaging discourse.

Rebecca Busby’s Early Years

21 Apr

When Rebecca was young, she and her mother lived in Alabama.

Her mother used to go to the neighborhoods in search of abandoned cats. Rebecca helped her mother, for she thought this was part of life and a common contribution of most adults.

Then is when she felt a real commitment to the most needed cats in the world–the feral variety. Feral–wild– where the thousands of cats without a home than wonder all the streets night and day in search of a bit of sustenance of maybe some good soul that will spare a morsel.

For Rebecca, this early desire to respond to the needed morphed into a calling to work with actual people so she trained as a Psychologist.

Now she has being working for 40 years in the “Feral Godmother’s Rescue, Rehabilitation and Rest Home” that she put together.

To be able to support the feral cat populations she designs beautifulĀ  apparel and sells them at local crafts. She also has several stores at “Etsy” and her “Feral Godmother’s” page on Facebook.

Help J.Rebecca Busby in her labor of love through “Feral Godmother Designs” on Facebook.

21 Apr

There is a number of ways you can support Rebecca:

1. Donate (we will include her websites at the bottom of the page)

2. Visit one of her numerous Craft Sales. You can find this info when you visitĀ  “Feral Godmother” page on FB.

3. Support her stores at “Etsy”

4. Become a friend and “like” her “Feral Godmother Designs” page on FB.

5. Have your pets get their shots from her. She won’t accept cash, but then you can become a “friend” of her organization and make a donation.

Links to her websites:

Visit the World of the “Feral Godmother’s” Rescue Home.

21 Apr
Here is what Blossom looked like before she came to Feral Godmothers Rescue. Poor thing hadn’t had a bath or grooming in months or perhaps years.

Photo: Here is what Blossom looked like before she came to Feral Godmothers Rescue.  Poor thing hadn't had a bath or grooming in months or perhaps years.

Here is Blossom with her summer hair cut. Hard to believe it is the same dog!!!

Photo: Here is Blossom with her summer hair cut.  Hard to believe it is the same dog!!!

Ishe has been diagnosed with Thyroid issues. She is now on medication twice daily. Her blood work and medications have cost $275.00 in the past two weeks so anyone willing too donate any funds we would be very grateful.

Photo: Ishe has been diagnosed with Thyroid issues.  She is now on medication twice daily.  Her blood work and medications have cost $275.00 in the past two weeks so anyone willing too donate any funds we would be very grateful.

Bella (6 photos)
Bella comes for her shots, advantage and hair cuts. She is adorable.
Photo: Bella with her bow Feral Godmother put in my hair after my hair cut.
Photo: Mama let me down.
Photo: Hey look at my new toy
Photo: Feral Godmother got me a new halter too!
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