Friday, January 28, 2011


4.54 a.m.

Good morning. These photos are from June of last year when our family took a trip to Myrtle Beach. I remember waking up to this beautiful sunrise over the ocean. It was around 5am. It was so incredibly beautiful, I do not believe I will forget this day. I remember going on the balcony with a cup of coffee, my Bible, and my cell phone. I took pictures of the sunrise with my camera phone, the photos you are seeing now. I also sent tweets to Twitter regarding everything that was unfolding before my eyes.

5:26 a.m.

5:35 a.m.

5:47 a.m.

There were these two beams of sunlight shooting down from clouds covering the sun, it was almost miraculous it was so beautiful. You can barely see the two sun rays on this photo, but they are on the far left. Then the two sunbeams evolved into four. It was really special.

6:00 a.m.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

It's so pretty out!!

It's so pretty out!! Just thought I'd send you a ray of sunshine! You know, Thursdays are my favorite!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

A Beacon of Light

It's like, do you know what a beacon of light is? It is an angel. Why do you think people use light for healing powers? They are manipulating the energy in the atmosphere for their own benefit. It is counterfeit.


I say that people are outrageous because [this was the title of this post, but I have modified it for the sake of the sensitive], I was watching the guiding angels segment on the old Discovery Health Channel (new Oprah Winfrey Network) and they had this story where the outline of an angel appeared in the doorway of this little girls hospital room who was about to be taken off life support. The cameras captured the image. The trick to this show is that there was one skeptic, and one believer who were the main constituents of this television program. The girl was a scientist who was set on proving her hypothesis, so they had a professional video expert come in and re-create the image of the light that was captured on the camera.

[actual image from camera; screenshot. photo courtesy of the OWN Network]