I love the way the sunlight
Can turn a gull’s wings
Into luminous ballet tutus.
It’s how I imagine the wings of angels look.
I’m away filming with work this week, so will not be able to visit or comment on your blogs.
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We shall find peace. We shall hear angels, we shall see the sky sparkling with diamonds. — Chekov
And sometimes, we find all three things in one:
Draped in a necklace of snowflakes.
For those of you who asked, yes – Oscar has his own Facebook Page.
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There are angels among us, but sometimes we don’t see them.
We rush past them in the streets, too preoccupied with our own lives.
Let’s meet a couple of them…
This man works hard – playing music for busy commuters on a daily basis –
And if children put a coin in his hat, then he serenades them with music and laughter.
You never leave him without a smile on your face.
A while back, another busker was sitting outside in the cold, playing his violin.
A group of children gathered round him, clapping, cheering and singing,
Their faces transformed by joy.
A lot of people saw just a homeless guy and a group of kids with Down’s Syndrome,
But I knew that they were the angels among us.
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Last week saw the end of term, the end of the school year. Our school always celebrates this milestone in our local church, which is 800 years old.
Was it the joy of the occasion – or just the light that made the violins glow?
The soaring voices of angels singing made
Warm wood – the colour of honey – luminous against the backdrop of wet leaves on old glass.
And now, at last, the restraints of church are cast off
As children, tasting freedom and scraped knees and sun and ice cream,
Let their voices tumble out in golden laughter.
The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine, bracing and delicious. And why shouldn’t it be? It is the same the angels breathe.
— Mark Twain
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I’m away this weekend, dipping toes into chilly water, singing, dancing and cloud watching – so please forgive me if it takes me a while to pop round and visit you.
And yes – I was actually wearing clothes (as opposed to nightwear) when I took this shot!
Dog wags tail in anticipation of another day.
I open the door, not knowing what wonders this walk will unearth.
Fresh earth smell, luscious fragrance of summer blossoms
And a light that uplifts the spirits.
I look up — and spy an angel at the window.
Just then, the world is laid out at my feet
Full of possibilities.
Today I learned that angels paint with sound…and sing with colour.
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