Since my library shelves are always overflowing, I looked for books to give my sister and the local library. Invariably, when I do something altruistic, life gives me a gift. My Kindle had been missing for over a year, and I found it! I am thrilled.
The corn woman represents women storytellers giving traditional tales to children and adults. These might include stories of transformation, wisdom, inspiration, and magic. The use of corn in the image represents her power to feed life-giving sustenance to her people. (From the personal collection of Carolyn Radmanovich.) For a good read on the power of transformation and magic, click here.