This, again.

             Watching words today.  That’s what I was shown.  It’s all about caution with documents, contracts, communications.  We need to be aware of some more detailed stuff.

             The message that I woke up with this morning has everything to do with:

the small print.

             Not only are we being reminded to check everything twice right now (again), but we are being cautioned to question all the minute specifics.  The tiny particulars are what we need to be paying attention to.  Some more.

             And, interestingly enough, on our card altar, the topic stays little.  Which helps us to narrow down our focus.  An always welcome event.

angel cards, guardian angel messages, inner child

“Child  ~  Guardian Angel  ~

This is a multifaceted answer that depends upon your individual situation.  Here are the possible meanings behind your selection of this card (your intuition will tell you which answer applies to you):

  1. Be as a child.  Have childlike faith that everything will work out for the best, and it will.
  2. A child will soon be coming into your life.
  3. Pay Attention to your child or to a specific child in your care.
  4. Help children in general through education, advocacy, healing, and similar pursuits.
  5. A child in Heaven is happy and doing well, and is sending you a message of love.

The purity and innocence of children gives them an angelic quality and earns them special attention.  Your prayers for the little ones are given high priority, and are always answered.

The card is a message that you are being used as an Earth angel on behalf of children.  The angels will help you in this endeavor if you’ll ask for their assistance and guidance.”

Today’s Deck:

Saints & Angels Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

Today’s Sharing:

is this view from one corner of our card altar.

Interesting! (This is definitely a sign.)

Interesting!
(This is definitely a sign.)

             Additionally, be sure to stay current with Instagram.  My day went wildly sideways as soon as I was out of bed and jotting down some notes.  Thankfully, no one was injured, and all will eventually* end well.

*Before we leave town, fingers crossed.  More on those upcoming travels soon.

             (Our overall debt has increased, sadly, but I’m acknowledging how fortunate we are to have auto insurance with towing service, and a tire company who will carry that balance.  Many are not so lucky.)

One thought on “This, again.

  1. I wonder if there’s something going on in the Universe vis a vis automobiles. For us, first brakes, then gas tank, then I hit a deer, and The Husband came home yesterday having shelled out for a new battery when his car quit on him. And it’s not just us. It’s like a bug going around. It needs to go away.

    I’m starting to get a bit paranoid about all this pay attention to the little stuff…

    I have a small book, like 4 x 6 inches called “The Best 50 Shortbreads”. Here is a basic recipe that is just scrumptious:

    1 cup butter, softened
    2/3 cup confectioners’ sugar
    1 tsp. vanilla extract
    2 cups all purpose flour
    pinch salt

    Cream butter and sugar together. Add vanilla and blend. Combine flour and salt and add to butter mixture. Blend well. Or, place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse on and off until dough just forms a mass. On a lightly floured surface, roll dough 1/4 inch thick. With a cookie cutter, cut into rounds and place about 1 inch apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Pierce each cookie several times with the tines of a fork and bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until they just begin to brown around the edges. Cool cookies on a rack.

    Notes from me:

    You can use this recipe in a shortbread mold, no problem.

    And if you don’t feel like doing the whole ball it, roll it, cut it, ball it, roll it, cut it thing to get a specific shape, all you have to do when you roll it out is take a knife and cut it into squares, or fingers, or diamonds, or whatever. Poof! You’re done. Bake it and enjoy it!

    ~
    Printing! Thank you!
    J

    9:22 p.m.
    8-26-14

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