Happy Hump Day Everyone!

Just a quick note to say “Hi” and that I am thinking about you all.  I know these are crazy times and lord knows I have had my share of issues and being distant from many, but I am still here and look forward to getting back into the groove.  Oh Life…  Lordy – 8)

I do apologize for being absent lately, but please know you were never far from my heart, thoughts, prayers, Light & Love.

This Enlightenment Angels home with and for you ALL is my heart and soul.


Sending you all my Light & Love!!



Sioux Women/Sioux Nation

50’ sculpture entitled Dignity’ done by artist Dale Lamphere to honor the women of the Sioux Nation.

Simply beautiful!

Amazing Light & Love here!!

IOTD …. “👶 Images of the Day: ‘Baby Wildlife Warrior’ 👶 …. “!!

I saw the sun in your eyes..


     I saw the sun in your eyes
You and I,
we are dancing by the Monterey Bay,
I am singing words of love for you.
You asked me, Johnnie, why did you save me?
You were swimming in confusion and you taught me to laugh and to sing again.
I told her, I love your face, I love when your hair is wild and free, I love  when your  hair
is tightly in a hair bun.
I love when you sing lullabies to me in the midnight hours and I love how your mouth moved when you talk.
She laughed at my words and she smiled. She told him, you are the sweetest man, you love my imperfections. You make me feel worthwhile and care for.
I told her, you bewitched my heart every time I look at your face,
I see the sun in your eyes and you make…

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Time to get real.



When we find ourselves in the same situation repeatedly as a result of our conditioned responses, we must stop and do a new thing. The situation may look different. The route we take there may be altogether different. The lesson we must learn does not change. Get honest! Pay attention! Change what you do to create a change for yourself!

– Iyanla Vanzant

Text and image source: Iyanla Vanzant

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What in your life is calling you?



What in your life is calling you?
When all the noise is silenced,
the meetings adjourned,
the lists laid aside,
and the wild iris blooms by itself
in the dark forest,
what still pulls on your soul?
In the silence between your heartbeats hides a summons,

do you hear it?


Art by Nick Alm

Text and image source: Midwives of the Soul

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A Dragonfly Came!



When the heat of the summer
Made drowsy the land,
A dragon-fly came
And sat on my hand,
With its blue jointed body,
And wings like spun glass,
It lit on my fingers
As though they were grass.

By Eleanor Farjeon.
Artist Sylvie Daigneault

Text and image source: Snowwolfs Woodland Nook

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Nature never hurries…



“Nature never hurries, yet everything is accomplished.”
~ Lao Tzu


Image: Fiddlehead fern

Text and image source: Jain 108 Academy

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There is almost no such thing as ready. — Purplerays

“It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as […]

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3 Things I’m Learning About Anxiety and 5 Things that Help – part 2

Miracles in the Mundane

This is part 2 of a two-part series on anxiety. Read part 1 here.

Let’s jump right in. Here are a few things I’m finding helpful in dealing with anxiety:

The pandemic taught me that I rely on imposed routines. When all normal routines vanished, it took me a while to find my way back to some kind of order. It hasn’t been easy, but intentionally developing consistent blocks of time for consistent activities helps. I also switch up my seating: writing in my recliner in the morning or at the patio bistro table in the afternoon, for example. I can’t control a lot, but I can control how I structure my days.

Well, mostly. Let’s be honest: sometimes life happens and even my own plans go down the drain…causing anxiety. Take a deep breath, acknowledge the mess, and move on, asking What’s my next right step?


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