Simply Angelic

Sue Dreamwalker has shared a post written by DG Kaye regarding techniques on how to shield ourselves from people who give off negative and/or toxic energies and therefore leave us feeling depleted. The post struck a chord with me, as I know some folk like this although I haven’t until now realised this is what is happening.

One part of Debby’s post referred to asking Archangel Michael for help with protection, which seems like the easiest option when I’m in one of those ‘heavy’ situations. The thing is with me, if I’m in any kind of stressful situation, I look closely at what is going on around me, and don’t think or don’t remember to look beyond that. I need a reminder.

So, an idea came to me. I remember more when I create something. And that is just what I’ve done. I’ve created something simple to act as a reminder.

Like I did with my candle creations a while ago, I have now created some Angel figures which I would like to give freely to anyone who would like to take one – or all. The colours represent certain aspects of some Archangels, but the colours are only there for an indication. Merely take the colour or colours you are drawn to, and then use the image as a reminder that our Angels are always with us.

I know the Angels like to help, and I’m pretty sure they gave me a little nudge in creating these as they came together very quickly indeed.

Simply right-click on the image you like, and save it. That’s all you need to do.


You can then share it, use it, or do whatever you want with it!

Another way to Share the Light!

Another Sunrise

The child cuddled the fox until the Sun rose.

The fox’s paw was now healed, after the child had released it from a trap in a nearby field, and bathed it in a magical light, the colour of the Moon, from her own hands.

When the Sun was fully in the sky, the child released the fox, who playfully licked the child’s cheek before bouncing off through the flowers in the clearing.

The fox looked back just in time to see the child rise into the sky, her wings now outstretched.

Archangel Ariel smiled as the fox rejoined her cubs.


The Bag Lady (Cheryl) recently asked me to write something based on the above picture, so this is my response, in a hundred words.


Debbie’s one-word theme this last weekend was Silhouette. The first photo that sprung to mind instantly was this one of my little buddy Spudley the Cat, who is now spending her time gracing the Land of the Angels.

Then, I realised I had an angel figurine that I could try to photograph in Silhouette. The lighting wasn’t quite right, and some of the features are clearly visible, but I like the effect.

I then wanted to tie the image of the angel in with the image of Spudley, so I tweaked a slightly different image just a tad to use as my featured image.