I've been trying to pay more attention to any intuitive angel messages that may come my way. Today an idea to go to the vintage River Mall downtown crossed my mind. Not really in a shopping mood, I went with it. I was happy I followed guidance. After looking through all the interesting items of the past, I began to feel I had missed the angel cue. That's when I spotted a box of old post cards (my latest hobby) and began pouring through the stash.
This postcard The Angel Oak helped me see the reason why I was there.
The Angel Oak, named for the original owners, is estimated to be more than 1400 years old. The largest limb measures 11 feet around and 89 feet long. The limb spread is 160 feet and the trunk is 25 feet. Imagine a tree that brings shade to 17,100 square feet on John's Island, South Carolina.
This magnificent old oak was living testimony to an inspirational quote that crossed my path last week while shopping. "A mighty oak is a nut that held its ground."
Enjoy your day with the Angels. And, like the little acorn, keep stretching and growing toward the light.
Love and joyful blessings,