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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Angels Watching Over You {Jeana - Chestnut}

Angels really never had a big meaning in my life, I mean I believe in Angels, I always read about Angels in the Bible.....But a little over two years ago, they took on a whole new meaning to me...that was the night my precious momma, my dear friend and "partner in crime" went to be with the Lord...and became an Angel to me. As a precious friend told me after that night, "Heaven is a little more real today knowing she is there." I am so thankful for the time we spent together, I miss her dearly but I never knew a person who was more ready or who wanted to go to heaven any more than my mom!
As I looked for the color chestnut, I glanced over to my desk where these Angels sit, and I saw the wings and the lantern and I knew that this was what I wanted to photograph.

"They word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path" Psalm 110:105

"But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day." Proverbs 4:18

Let your light shine to those around you, you never know who is in darkness and needs it!
Thanks for letting me honor my Mom by letting every one know what a precious lady she was

And A BIG Thank-you to all of you who are joining us an posting pics on your blog. Remember, the link for chestnut will be open Sunday and we are still accepting your pics for Carnation Pink.
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  1. Thanks for sharing your story. You mom was a wonderful lady. I just loved it when she worked at Carver's shoe store when my girls were little...they loved for "Miss Bonnie" to help them buy their shoes. She was a blessing to all of us!
    Kim H

  2. I love your color find and the story behind it!

  3. I love photos that have a story behind them! This was wonderful and thank you for sharing!