Then in 2016 that all changed when invasive hydrilla clogged the waters, sapping the oxygen from the lake, killing fish, and making the lake unsafe for boating and swimming.
How sad that what once had been a serene spot in nature was now being choked off by fast-growing hydrilla. At that time, prayers were sent up to ask the angels for help in restoring the lake for all to enjoy.
Working with the angels brings results. In the news last week, we read how a community action team got together and made things happen. Money was funded to dredge the lake and volunteers worked weekend after weekend to manually cut out the invasive plants that were hauled off by a local paid trucker. As we witnessed this morning, all their hard work had paid off.
|Lake Helen 7/6/19|
|Lake Helen, 7/6/19|
We thanked all of the angels for helping to restore the lake and the team of caring people to answer the prayer. Like I mentioned in yesterday's blog, I've been trying to silently acknowledge every one's guardian angel. It takes practice to remember.
It was amusing on the way home, Elliot and I stopped for an Italian lunch. Walking into Angelina's, the oldies song Earth Angel happened to be playing on the restaurant's sound system. How perfect is that, we thought, again thanking the Earth Angels for their tireless dedication and service.
Love and joyful blessings,