Saturday, August 22, 2009


I am sorry that I have not been blogging lately. I have had 2 new grandchildern and I am babysititng. So this is taking up alot of time.
I will be back in a few more weeks and have some very nice things to show you
and bring you more about Angels
Have a nice August and see you in September

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Ask your Angel's Categories of Angels (2)



Today I am writing another paragraph out of the" Ask Your Angels book". The author's of this book are, Alma Daniel, Timothy Wyllie, and Andrew Ramer. In case anyone wants to buy this book.
Today I wanted to touch base on a couple more of the different kinds of Angels.

An Information Angel- These are also known as recording angels or wisdom angels. Their function is quite simply to provide information to anyone who asks for it. These angels are the librarians of Heaven, the keepers of what have been called the Akashic records. They may present information to you directly, or they may serve as muses in your life, filling you with inspiration. Most often, however, these angels work with us indirectly, by guiding us to find the information we seek. Revelation could come from a book that falls off a shelf, a movie that you watch in the middle of a sleepless night, or from a song you can't get out of your head.

A Dream-Worker Angel - These angels are related to the information angels, but they work with us when we are sleeping, rather than in our waking lives. They are also our attendants in altered states of consciousness, such as trances and out-of body experiences.Their special domain is the unconscious. If you choose this angel, call on one of these celestial tour guides while you are falling asleep or when you are meditating. There is more about how to work with dreams and I will bring this information to you at a later date because it deserves its own page.

I will be bringing more information on these heavenly angles in weeks to come if you are interested. I find Angels very fascinating and love learning more about them. I love sharing what I am reading with you.
Thank you for stopping by and may your Angel's be by your side everyday guiding, healing, learning.
God Bless.
Shirley

Saturday, July 4, 2009

WOW IT"S PINK SATURDAY "YEAH"!!!!!!!!!


Welcome all pinker's to another wonderful Pink Saturday and a TNT 4th of July!!!
A special thank you to Beverly @ How Sweet the Sound for bring all of us together.
Make sure you stop by Beverly's blog: http://howsweetthesound.blogspot.com

Today I am showing two miniuture Hull Pitchers. I found these at a auction And I just fell in
love with the colors and just how sweet these minitures are. I love the colors with the warm pastels of pink an yellow with a touch of green and blue hear and there.




I hope you enjoyed my little pink pitchers. I have to run and cook some more food for the bunch that are comming by here to help celebrate the 4th July. But you can stay as long as you like. Just stroll thru the post and if you like what you see and read, click follow. I would love to have more friends.
Don't forget to stop at Beverly to see all the other pink people's post at How Sweet the Sound.
Have a great 4th of July


Thursday, July 2, 2009

It's Foodie Friday It's Time To Eat!!!!! Yeah!!


Welcome To Foodie Friday brought to us by Michael at
http://designsbygollum.blogspot.com
Make sure you stop by and see what everyone has cooking up on Foodie Friday.





Today I am cooking Chicken and Noodles and peas.

I have worked very hard on this and I am ready to just sit down and enjoy it.












This is the ingredients I put into my
Peas and it wakes it up with lots of flavor
Pore into microwave boul add salt and pepper to taste add a sprinkling to it with Basil and a pad
of butter.
Cook in microwave about 3 minutes.
Frozen 5 minutes.

Ingredients:
Peas
salt
pepper
basil
butter









Ingredients: for chicken & dumplings:
2 chicken brest.
1/2 half bag egg noodles
2 14 0z chicken broth
1/2 teaspoon garlic
2 chicken boulion to 2 cups of water
1 stalk of celery diced med.
1/4 tsp poultry seasing
1/2 cup of medium dicedcarrotts
1 tlbs spoon of Thyme
'salt and pepper to test,
poultry seasoing and the 2 cups of 2 cube broth.
1/2 stick butter

Add all the above ingredients except the noodles, into a 6 quart Dutch oven with lid. Mix together.
Cook on medium high till it gets boiling really good .Then add 1/2 bag of egg noodles Turn down to medium low and cook for about 20 to 25 minutes. It is done when the carrotts and celery are soft;
Boil checken breast and whatever fat is on the chicken. Bring to a high boil and then reduce to a medium low slow boil for 30 minutes.
Cut into small chunks when done

Hum!!!Yummy!!!



Thank you for stopping by and sitting down with me. This a favoriate meal that I love to cook
I hope you enjoyed it. Stay awhile and see some of the other items I've been cooking up.
I hope while your here you will click the follow button
Make sure you stop by Michael at Designs by Gollum

Table Scape Thursday - Strawberries Forever

Welcome everyone to Strawberry's Are Forever Tablescape Thursday
Brought to you by Susan @ http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot/tablescape
Make sure you stop by Susan's and check out all the wonderful tablescapes








I picked the theme after the tablecloth it's alive with strawberry's



















I thought we would have a tea brunch with my white ware and little red teapot with tea cups



Isn't this fruit just delicious in the white bowl with the strawberry background. Pretty is deceiving but of course I couldn't fool you there fake.
A nice setting for a table of four.





Now you can see my little teapot with the bamboo handle.
Southern Living at HOME sugar and creamer. I just love the beading around the top and bottom of the sugar bowl and creamer. The little spoon just tops it off.
Here is my cup to the teapot set it is made a little different it doesn't have a handle. It's made in the Chinese motif.







The red on this pot is red, red.
The light makes it look lighter than it really is. Isn't she cute!!!!
(" it's just the little things in life")







This little cake plate I got at a auction
it's filled with roses.
This is my center piece it also is a old Southern Living at HOME piece.
I just love the whole piece of this
Filled full of fruit.
Yes I'm fruity for fruit!!!







Thank you for stopping I enjoy having you. I have to leave but please feel free to stay awhile and check out all my post. If you find me fun and interesting click on follow.
Have a very nice day and don't forget to stop by and see Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

-------------OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY----------------------



Hello everyone, I am ready for Outdoor Wednesday,
I want to thank Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer for having this wonderful event.
Make sure you go by her blog and see all the wonderful Outdoor Event's going on
http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/



I'am showing you the picture of the front of my house. This area of my yard I especially love.
My husband and I put this whole front porch and walk in about three years ago, we finished the three front beds this year. I now have a beautiful place I can sit and just relax and listen to the birds. We also put in a water feature in the middle of the 3 tier bed.
I have always love the southern porches That I would see when we travel in the south.
This is small but it is my little get away from all the ADO!!!
( click on pictures see more of my get away)













This is the 3 tier bed with the water feature I have shown this before but here it is again.
















Thank you for stopping by and I hope you stay for a visit and check all the other post I have.
If you like my blog click follow so you can visit me from time to time and see what I'm going to do next.
Don't forget to stop by Susan's A Southern Daydreamer and see all the other Outdoor outings.
Have a safe and Happy 4 th of July

Friday, June 19, 2009

CATEGORIES OF ANGELS


I was re-reading a favorite book of mine "Ask Your Angel's" and I came across a chapter in the book about the different kinds of Angel's. I thought I would share this with all of you and hope you get as much enlightenment out of it as I do.
There are several kinds of Angel's but I will just write about the two that make me think about all of you that are sharing a little bit of yourselves with everyone on this blog.
Your Companion Angel: This is the angel that works with you most intimately, in all your life situations. Your personal angel is teacher, comforter, and beloved friend. We used to call these guardian angels. But guardian implies a danger from which you need to be guarded, and we are evolving toward a way of living in the world where we are always safe. The closer you and your angel become, the closer we come to creating that reality.
Your companion angel is your bridge to the spiritual realm, as you are its bridge to the physical. When you pick this angel, you are invoking the one who is always with you, Open yourself to its love for you, feel its presence, and let it fill you with joy.
A Connecting Angel: These are the guardians/companions of groups and relationships. They are also known as coordinating or collective angels. Whenever two or more people gather together, one of these angels is drawn to work with them, to help connect their energies and their intentions. Some are with us for long stretches of time, others are temporary, depending on the time frame of the relationship. So there will be a connecting angel working with every couple, with each parent and child, with friends, family members, co-workers, corporations, workshops and gatherings, classrooms, armies, and nations.
If this angel is call upon, know that in some part of your life there is a relationship in need of clarity, healing, or transformation. The Celestial connector is winging its way to assist.
In the times that we are going Thur we all need as much help as we can get. We should start calling on our angels to assist us in our daily lives. I believe that so many people coming together and blogging is a way to be closer to one another and that our angels are assisting us as we open our communications to one another and remind us of the beauty of nature and love that is all around us.
We never know what someones burdens are and we never know how just a kind word made them feel better and just knowing that someone is out there makes life less lonely. So to all you wonderful person's out there keep doing what you are doing it is making a difference. Blog, Blog,Blog.
Thank You for stopping by and reading my blog.
Have a great weekend.
And may your angels be with you always.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

The Cloche party - Bird Undercover

Welcome to Marty's 1st Cloche Party @ http://strollthrulife.blogspot.com
Make sure you strolll over and take a look at all the Cloche's

I made a bird in a nest. A little bit of ivy, some copper pine cones, and some berries. This is sitting on a mini cake plate.



Thank you for stopping by and checking my Cloche out. Stay for a while and check out below Foodie Friday.
And don't forget to stop by Marty's and check all the other Cloche's/
Have a great weekend



Here it is PINK SATURDAY!!!!!!

Good Day to everyone and I wish you all a very good Pink Saturday brought to us by: Beverly of How Sweet The Sound. Make sure you stop by look at what everyone has to show.
http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/

Today I have picked a stain glass lamp that is a Dale Tiffany. I love the stain glass art that is on the lamps or night lites and window's. This one is special because it was given to me by my daughter's as a present.


I hope you enjoyed your visit and I hope you will follow me for more adventures.
Have a nice weekend.
Don't forget to go to Beverly's blog to see all the other pink Saturday's

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Yea!! Tablescape Thrusday - Red Checkered Day













Hello everyone and welcome to Tablescape Thursday brought to us by Susan http://betweennapsontheporch/ make sure you go there to see all the other tablescapes awaiting you. And Foodie Friday hosted @ http://dsignsbygollum/ Make sure on Friday you stop by and see all the good eats.

Today I decided to combine Tablescape Thursday and Foodie Friday together. Since I will be out of town on Friday. My tablescape is Red Checkered Day - and Foodie Friday Salisbury Dinner.

I just love the summer with all it's color, all the bright yellow's and red's, so that is why I decided to do my scape in these colors.



The dinner plate and saucer are Southern Living at HOME it is there Hospitality line of dishes and the color is called butter.
The saucer is called the swirly plate. The way it looks here you can't tell that it is two dishes but it is. Click on the pic to see a bigger picture. The dinner plate has a little bead all around the outside of the plate.


This candle holder is a Gail Pittman, and any one from the South collecting pottery will know of her. She has some of the most wonderful pottery pieces so full of fun. This one came from her store in Destine. Her store is at the big outlet mall.
The candle is battery operated and it flickers just like a real candle. You can buy these in different scents. This is vanilla and it looks so nice and you get no smoke. Love that!


This is a bubble glass. It has different sizes of bubbles in it and when you put any color drink it makes it look so festive. I just have water in mine.















This serving/baking dish is a Southern Living at HOME piece, it's in the senna style with the red an yellow's. It bakes up really nice and also makes your table look very pretty. This is one of my favorite pieces. They have it in Province which are the blue and green's.







This next piece is one of my favorite little red vases. This is also Southern Living at HOME and
at the top it has a ruffle that is hand painted in brown. Very cute vase short and squatie very sassy looking.
The flowers are 3 bunches of silk summery flowers that I bought at Everything is a dollar.
I love that store.
This polka dot cereal/soup/serving bowl can just about hold anything with it's big shape. I just love the big red polka dots. It gives everything a fun look.
And my cotton red checkered table cloth which makes everything come alive and fun.

Now this is on the menu for the Red checkered Foodie Friday.
Salisbury Steak , Lima beans, buttery chive potatoes.
This is my dinner and we are just about to sit down and dig into a very tasty meal. Yummy and Mr B is home from work and very hungry.

The mushroom gravy

1 - 14oz can of beef broth
1 - 10oz can of cream of mushroom
1 - 4 0z can of sliced mushrooms
2 - Tb spoons of corn starch
Combine first 3 ingredients together on medium low heat and then stir in corn starch.
When the gravy comes to a soft boil turn it off and it will thicken.

Sirloin Patties.
In a non stick skillet add 1 Tb spoon of oil and fry on medium heat till you get them a little pink inside. about 10 minutes.


Buttery Chive potatoes. (if you don't care for chive sub thyme instead).
6 medium potatoes peeled, cubed and rinsed
add garlic salt to taste about 1/4tsp
add 1/2 stick of butter (cut in slices)
sprinkle parsley
Minced chives sprinkle about 1/4tsp
pepper to taste
combine all these ingredient's into a microwavable corning dish with lid
microwave 5 minutes. Stir and microwave about 4 minutes more.
Stir and leave lid on to rest for 2 minutes before serving.


Lima beans with a twist:
1 can of Lima beans with juice
add garlic salt to taste 1/4tsp
sprinkle parsley
basil 1/4 tsp
pepper to taste
cook on medium heat till boil then turn down and cook on low for 10 to 15 minutes.

I hope you like what I had on my menu and if you try any of these please drop a line and let me know what you thought of the dishes.
I want to thank all of you for stopping by and I hope you will stay a while and check out all the other past post of mine. Click follow so we can stay in contact with each other.
Don't forget to stop by Between naps on the porch for some wonderful tablescapes
And Design By Gollum for some outstanding recipes for Foodie Friday.
Now it is time for me to check out some tablescapes.
Have a great Day.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY! - WATER FEATURE

Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday I am showing the new flower bed and water feature.

I want to thank our hostess Susan at http://asoutherndaydreamer/ for bring Outdoor Wednesday. Drop by her blog and see all the outdoor post.


This is new to the front of our house. We put the water feature and plants in just this May. We since have filled it up with water and the birds started chirping and singing. It was so funny to here so much commotion over just a water feature. Since then they have just gone on about their daily deeds stopping in and singing to us.


Thank you for stopping by to visit my outdoor water feature. I hope that you will stay for awhile and see all the other things I am up to and if you find what you see fun and interesting click on follow. Don't forget to stop by A Southern Daydreamer to see all the outdoor places.