I'm an Eagle, not'a Field Chick, features a "family" of farm characters. Nissi, The Dove, (represents G-d). Raised by a hen and rooster (denoting parents). The snake symbolizes Satan, the accuser and ridiculer. The characters symbolize "people" we all encounter in life. You know, those ol' turkeys, jack-asses or wolves in sheep clothing. The barnyard signifies a "cosmopolitan and diverse" suburb. Goldie heads up the mountain, on foot, demonstrating how we often take the long, hard way to get to where we need to go. Her "baggage" denotes just that, baggage, we all carry around. She shows us how to forgive, move past anger and realizes that our character and greatest joys come from some of the darkest, most difficult times or decisions in our lives. Goldie shows us to hold onto the vision, G-d places within our hearts, even if it means leaving all you know for all you don't. She shows us there is a cost to follow our destiny. The "Stones of Remembrance" denote lessons we learn & the steps in our lives.
Rebekah is an entrepreneur and artist. She founded Extra You LLC and White House Home Inventory. Her businesses have served The DC Metro Area since 2005. She is happily married to George Phelps (aka: Boaz) and together they have a Maine Coon cat they wait on, name Tipper Puppy. They now reside in West Virginia and attend Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg, Virginia. Rebekah is also the author of "Psalm of my Heart," which is a prayer that the Lord gave to her. It's about; who we are in Christ. Read it over and over, walk in the truth of it and watch it change your life Rebekah would love to hear from you and can be reached at her author website www.RebekahLeaPhelps.com or www.ExtraYou.net