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.

Saturday, July 4, 2009


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:

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
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: 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


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.
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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.