Calling All Angels

I’d give anything to have just enough life force to get out of bed and have a slow, quiet Christmas… eat a small, simple meal… listen to soft, festive music… have an easy, happy conversation… share genuine, memorable laughs… and watch my husband and sister open a few presents without my vision disappearing, my head exploding, my muscles collapsing, my speech slurring, my ears ringing, my brain swimming, my balance shifting…

This holiday season, please send some good thoughts out into the universe for those struck down by sickness… some healing vibes… some positive energy… some prayers for better days…

That’s all I want for Christmas. A massive outpouring of intention, electricity, hope, empathy. A showing of human solidarity so strong that the cosmos crackles with shared intensity… the dynamo hum of a hundred whispered desires – a potency so overwhelming that there is a subtle shift in the atmosphere… atoms vibrating and realigning… Until this huge chronic weight lifts ever so slightly and lets in some spaciousness, joy, and fortitude.

When I feel it, I’ll know it was you and I’ll reflect that energy back into the sky and pray that, maybe for a moment, everyone’s burden eased a little.

Happy/ Merry Christmas to you all. I miss you and think about all my friends, family and blog family daily. X

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Calling all angels,
walk me through this one,
don’t leave me alone.

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11 thoughts on “Calling All Angels

  1. Sending the very best of thoughts and wishing you some small morsel of relief. xx

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  2. addercatter says:

    Positive energy going out now!!! =^..^=

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  3. BONNIE JOHNSON says:

    MAY THE SON, JESUS SHINE ON YOU & GIVE YOU REST & BE WITH YOU IN A WAY YOU NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE. HIS BLESSINGS ON YOU THIS SEASON.

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  4. Jackie says:

    I’m thinking of you!

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  5. Sending your way all the healthy happy thoughts and festive energy that I can muster. Thinking of you and hope you have as wonderful Christmas as you possibly can. Looking forward to meeting in person in 2014 🙂 gentle hugs, Jess xxxxx

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  6. Megan S says:

    Thinking of you. Hope your Christmas is as wonderful as it can be. xx

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  7. Curiosity says:

    I think of you often, and will continue to do so over the next days. If you get a mental hug shortly, that will be me.

    It breaks my heart watching your health decline. I am so very sorry you’re going through all of this. It’s awful. I wish you strength and healing, and every scrap of joy you can get.

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  8. Kari says:

    Sending love and a hug, better late than never! Was alone in bed on Christmas, enduring. Hopefully 2014 will be a better year for us all. xx

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  9. So sorry to hear things are so bad for you at the moment. I really hope things turn around for you soon.

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  10. […] a completely different person than I was over Christmas. I thought I might never talk again, walk again, that I might just die in my room. I’m so […]

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  11. […] if I hold very still for a while. I think I’d even rather be back in December, 2013, when I called on all of you angels to get me through what I thought might be permanent bedboundness. I felt poisoned and infected. […]

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