They say there are angels among us … a recent walk in the neighborhood proves this to be true where I live.
I’m not sure when this little cherub first arrived or who put her there, but I first noticed her in the fall. She’s positioned so she seems to be keeping watch over the town. This week she’s facing the south ends of town … a few weeks ago she was facing north … guess she’s got all of us under her watch.
The pandemic has been tough on our little town, and as goal posts in our state have shifted around, it feels recently that people are losing optimism. That’s why walking does me good. On my walks I’ve found …
Serene neighborhood views …
And beautiful sunsets.
While the news is often bleak, the scenery reminds me of an area that produces hardy people … we’ve proven in the past to be made of sturdy stuff around here.
And with angels looking over our shoulders, pandemics can’t have the upper hand forever. Right?
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A country girl through and through, I am experiencing the bliss of returning "home" to my rural roots after nearly 40 years in the Seattle area. Recent years have been a mix of walking through two life altering health crises in our family, losing my Mom to dementia, transitioning from being a classroom teacher for over 20 years to managing two small-town libraries, and digging in to the peaks and valleys of country life. My original blog, Rashellbud is nearly 8 years old and is full of my "thought and faith" musings, while " Small Stuff Living" celebrates rural life. I also love being behind the lens of a camera and sharing the beauty of what I see with others. One of the true joys of blogging is the growing community of online friends and fellow writers who inspire me in countless ways.
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2 thoughts on “Angels Among Us”
“And with angels looking over our shoulders, pandemics can’t have the upper hand forever. Right? ”
Shelly, Angels are indeed watching over us and always will be. This “Pandemic” does not and will not have the upper hand, God does.
You have shown Beauty all around you in the small everyday things you see and hear. How much more bearable life would be if we all would do the same: Be an angel looking over those around us.
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Thank you for your thoughts. I agree … God has the upper hand. Have a wonderful week.