Monday, June 22, 2020

You've Got Mail: An Angel Message

What messages are the nature angels sending you today?

An old lifeless tree limb, visible from our sun room, has become a focal point for bird mail.  On some mornings, a red shouldered hawk faces the sunrise to preen.  Or, turkey buzzards unfold their wings to dry after a swim in the lake.  Old black crows may swoop in, cawing out a warning.  You never know who might stop by.  That old trunk of a tree is a favorite local perch, and to think that I had once considered it an eyesore.   

Now I can see the timing of each arrival delivers a message that reflects what's happening in our lives.  This morning, I was thinking about an unfinished project from years ago.  I recently started in on it again, with some frustration.  Wondering if I should just move on, and begin something new, I looked up from the sofa.  

To my surprise, a majestic white bird was standing on top of the old perch claiming a blue sky. 

From the distance, I couldn't tell what it was. A crane, heron, ibis, or cow bird.

I asked the angels for help.  The camera lens bounced in magnification, but I got it.   

In the Florida Birds book, I discovered she is a Great Egret.

On-line, I learned this elegant bird emanates a message of great compatibility and heaven sense.  She stayed just long enough for me to understand the need to keep watch on high.  I could see from her "S" shaped neck, to let (S)pirit guide. 

Enjoy the day with the Angels. 

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen