Woodland Goddessby Owlgoddessphotography
Lay out like a pro with this super comfy, oversized and unique artist-designed Beach Towel. The soft polyester-microfiber front and cotton terry back are perfect for, well, drying your front and back. This design is also available as a bath and hand towel. Machine washable. Towel Dimensions: 74"x37"
ABOUT THE ART
I had the pleasure of visiting my new favorite owl wonderland in Quebec earlier this year:)
I fell MADLY in love with this barred owl! There were 2 barred owls in this territory, one across the street in the forest in which the great gray owl occupies, and then beautiful creature in a small forest who dwells by ’the lake that never freezes"!
For the last 5 years I have been ACHING to see a barred owl, and this past weekend it paid off! I seen this gorgeous owl goddess sitting high in a tree quietly pondering the universe. I talked to her, told her how beautiful she is and how I wanted an eternity to find her. She looked at me with those big black eyes and my heart turned to goo!!!
The more I talked quiet and soft to her, it appeared as if she looked deeper into my soul:)
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I have been battling CHRONIC lyme disease since 2009 because the Canadian medical system failed in a proper diagnosis for YEARS. Thank goodness for the USA as a lyme literate doctor diagnosed me with not only this nightmare of a disease, but also it's co-infections which are bartonella & babesia. It is illegal to treat lyme in it's CHRONIC stage in Canada so I must travel to the US every 3 months for treatment, which isn't covered. Any and all sales from my work go directly towards my treatment for this disease. To learn more about my story please click on the following link: