Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Angel Hugs

As the sun slipped its way over the river and trees, I caught sight of an angel hug.
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Below is the cloud as I first saw it.



Daddy Update: Dad goes to the VA to speak with the plastic surgeon this afternoon. I would appreciate your continue prayers for his healing. Nighttime is the hardest time for him. He often feels that life is done, and that his body is shutting down--doctors think this could be the effects of sundowners Syndrome. Despite these scary feelings, Dad seems to grow stronger and stronger every day.



11 comments:

~Cheryl said...

What a beautiful angel hug.... and so well timed! I pray your dad's appt goes well & it'll give him some fresh hope. My heart goes out to him. Nights must be hardest--my mom went into this spin last year; this past weekend she fought it again. May God always bless our parents. They are so special.

Tammie Lee said...

My prayers are with your papa and your family.
This is a lovely piece!

Sunny said...

I have always loved clouds and have always looked for shapes in them, now when I see a special cloud, I think of you and say a little prayer for your Dad.
The Angel hug is wonderful.
Sunny :)

Clytie said...

Beautiful catch on the angel hug. Too bad we don't have better angel-eyes, because we'd see how they hug US every day!

Looking to the Stars said...

beautiful pic, as always your family are in our thoughts :)

LindaB said...

A Daddy always has a reason to live, as long as he has someone to give love to and someone who loves him back. Mine went to heaven when I was only 29. I miss him still and so look forward to being with him again. I'm SO glad that God allowed both of your parents to stay here to love you and your family. Give them a gentle hug for me.

Catherine said...

What a beautiful angel - he sure knew you all could use an extra hug today! Keeping you close in heart and prayer, c.

~Cheryl said...

Hi! I pray that the appointment went well even though it probably means MORE appointments! Those get to be so very tiring for the paitent as well as the rest of the family. May your prayers and patience be rewarded with pleasure and playtime, soon!

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Lisa Siemens said...

Despite all that you are going through, it seems that your vision just gets clearer!! Amazing angels in the sky! I will look for them in the sky all around me (and it is a BIG sky) and send them to you and your dad.

Lydia said...

This is the first angel that you've done where my eyes don't see it in the original. I mean I can detect the shapes you fathomed, but truly this one is a gift to you because you needed to decipher it.

I do not know what sundowners syndrome is. I'm praying for your dad that he sees these impediments to his good health as not real. He must see beyond them, I hope soon. :)

Woman in a Window said...

All of these angels can't hurt!