As I have blogged before, I believe that we are surrounded by our loved ones who have passed. I know I’m repeating, and that long-term readers will recognize some of the following, but I need to write about them again.
There are times I’m about to give up before reaching a goal, thinking I really don’t want to do it, I hear my sister’s voice telling me that I need to learn to make it fun. Simple as that.
When I was paralyzed with fear while being rolled off to have part of my lung removed, I closed my eyes and asked my dad to help me so that I wasn’t so afraid. Immediately, a warm sensation came over me, and I was calm.
My brother isn’t much of a help except to remind me that I must not be a troglodyte. It was his favorite nickname to call my sisters and me. When I learned exactly what he was calling us, I realized he was the troglodyte. Now I know that I’ve actually become one. 🙂
I took this photo a couple of years ago, and it’s one of my favorites. I have used it before, but it fits my thoughts and feelings this morning.
After two awful days of cold, wind, and rain–we have beautiful sunshine!
A while back, my husband and I were watching a movie titled, Evelyn. Her grandpa told the little girl, Evelyn, that when we see the rays of the sun, they’re called angel rays. They mean that our guardian angels are reminding us that they’re waiting to help us. All we have to do is believe in them. They give us strength to accomplish what we wish.
I wish I could say that I didn’t know my guardian angel, and that I only had one, but I’m reminded every so often, that I have to live, and quit flooding my engine, making it stall.
Many thanks to you, Dad, Barbara, and Dan. You sent me some angel rays exactly when I needed them. ❤ …and the cats are thoroughly enjoying them as well.