Monday, October 17, 2016

A Ladybug Angel Message

I've always loved ladybugs, but even more so since my Mom's passing several years ago. These friendly visitors have an uncanny way of making an appearance just when I need it most. 

This morning I was nudged to send my uncle a copy of my book Spiritual Lessons from Nature.  I wasn't so sure Mom hadn't given me the idea.  I scribbled a note to him regarding my favorite story in the book, Ladybugs on Parade, about Mom.

With the book mailed, I noticed the front yard was in need of weeding. Trumpet vines had overtaken the bushes from the recent rains.   

With the weeding complete, I got rearranged the potted flowers to add color to the front yard  I had moved a large pot of burgundy mums when I discovered a ladybug on my wrist! 

Her cheerful presence evoked a tearful, Awww, Mom.  It had been a long time since I last saw a ladybug.  

And to my delight, she immediately flew to my other hand, and landed on the tip of my finger. I watched her in wonder, this tiny messenger of love. 

Having completed her mission, she quickly flit her colorful red wings and departed on a new adventure. Mission accomplished. 

My heart was so thankful for the ladybug visitor. It was just the angel message I needed today!  Our departed loved ones remain very much a part of our journey by bringing joyful touches of love.  

By the way, in Nature-Speak, I learned that Chrysanthemum represents opening the heart, healing and vitality growing.  How perfect is that?

Enjoy your day with the Angels.

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen

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