And just as I was about to enter my home I spotted what appeared to be a burnt piece of wood with a cross. Or it could also represent an angel or Christ on the cross. For the naysayers it's an upside down cross, but for me it was God's way of telling me He heard my prayers. I showed my husband the moth. After a bit of research he discovered it is called a Clymene moth. I don't know if this type of moth is native to Tennessee, let alone Memphis, but it brought joy to my heart and peace to my soul. Let's hear from you have you ever seen this type of moth? When and where? If you want to know more about what happened to the moth leave a comment.
Blessings and peace,
Deborah Taylor is an innovative creative visionary, writer, author, and calligrapher. She enjoys traveling, reading, crocheting, and spending time with her husband, Randy, and their rambunctious dog, Reuben. They live in Shelby County, TN.
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