Saturday, February 14, 2015

RAISE YOUR CUP...

 
 I got Aunty a cup of coffee today.

I was walking in the snow with a delicious cup of hot coffee, and, I heard her say from heaven…

“I would love a cup of coffee.” So, I raised my cup to her, and smiled, and said "This is for you Aunty. I love you forever and ever and ever. AMEN!"
 
As I looked up to the sky I sensed her delight. I felt like each little snowflake falling
on my face
was a kiss from my precious Aunty...
 
Completely over joyed and loved....
with the snow, the aroma, the memories,
and the steam from my coffee connecting us...

Happy Valentine's Day Aunty!
Happy Valentine's Day World!
 
LOVE IS IN THE AIR
~TODAY AND ALWAYS~

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE...

Here in New England we just survived the Blizzard
of 2015.
So I ask you who is your Abominable Snow Man?
Whoever it is....it's a perfect time to cuddle up!
Especially when you cant find your car...
My car is currently covered in snow.
I can barely see it....It's under here
somewhere...
 
In the mean time there's plenty of work to do at the computer,
watch the World Champion patriots rally on TV,
drink Butterscotch Schnapps,
build a snowman,
Read a book,
or simply soak up all the white healing energy 
from the snow...
I would like to also mention it's a great time to plan your visit to
the local nursing home to spread a little comfort
and love....
 
We promise you that warming other's hearts 
is the best thing you can do!
My friend Marge is 95
 
Other then to your children, when was the last time
you played Santa? There is no greater feeling in
the world! And, no better way to warm your own
heart.
 
 


Sunday, January 18, 2015

AHH....LIFE!

 
 
                                          THAT LIGHT IN YOUR HEART
IS YOUR CONNECTION TO HEAVEN.
KEEP IT ON.
IT'S AGELESS
 
 

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

IT'S NOT TOO LATE!

There is an old saying:
A Bayberry Candle Burned to the Socket
Brings joy to the Home and
Gold to the Pocket!

Burning bayberry candles is a tradition dating back to colonial times. Early colonists came upon the bayberry shrub growing in the sand belt of the Atlantic coast, as well as the shores of Lake Erie. The berry-type fruit is crusted with a greenish-white wax, settlers found that boiling the fruit created a wax residue on the surface of the water. The wax had a fragrant aroma and burned magnificently. Many berries had to be boiled to get enough wax to make a candle, these candles burned longer, cleaner, and brighter than did the traditional candles of the time. Therefore, bayberry candles were saved and burned on special occasions only! One such special occasion was the celebration of the New Year. (New Year's Eve and Christmas Eve)

Over the years, the burning of bayberry candles on New Year's became a tradition, creating a saying by who, no one knows, yet the tradition continues today:


"Bayberry candles burned to the socket, bring health to the home and wealth to the pocket!"


 The wax was believed to have medicinal uses, and honoring someone by burning a bayberry candle had a special meaning, perhaps creating a closer partnership and therefore better dealings!

Keep the tradition alive by burning a bayberry candle during the holidays, or better yet, give one to a close friend as a gift to ensure a close relationship.


 I hope that you will join me in my annual tradition on New Year's Eve by burning bayberry scented tapers. May it help bring you and your loved ones a peaceful, plentiful, and rewarding new year.

Aside from the blessing above, the information in this post was complements of www.buyacandle.com
Where they offer bayberry candles made from the wax of real bayberries!

Happy New Year.....
and Let's Keep Tradition Alive!


 


Thursday, December 25, 2014

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!

JOY TO THE WORLD!!!

It's not what's under the tree...it's what's around it......
AND
Let us do our best this coming year and beyond, to spread Joy and Love...
That is not only Ageless, It's MIRACULOUS!