All About Angels
By Colleen Hughes

Angelic Surprises

Today's guest blogger is Angels on Earth editorial assistant Sonya Maizell.

Our submissions inbox here at Angels on Earth is always full of angelic surprises, but we've never needed one more than the picture that arrived from Frank Washington of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

“My family and I go to this park to feed the ducks and geese,” he wrote. While feeding the birds, his sister snapped a photo. “An angel showed up as a reflection on the water, watching me over my left shoulder!”

Winter has been dragging on forever here in New York, but this beautiful image of spring reminded me that there were warmer days to come.

No matter what time of year, thanks to submissions like this one from our wonderful readers, I always get to see Angels in abundance. You can help me out–submit your angel sighting today!

Colleen Hughes is the editor-in-chief of Angels on Earth. She's been at Guideposts for 20 plus years, and lives in a Hudson River town with her two daughters and two cats.

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I think you've stretched your imagination. There is no angel in the picture.

You are so wrong. You can see the starshine of the halo just off the edge of the land which goes out into the wings. Take a second look.