Hi Sherry! I know somebody that their child did the same things many years ago. And they too did a drawing of the angel! Just goes to show us that there is a much higher power than many of us think! It wasn’t Connor’s time to go and the Angel saved him. God has Conner staying back for a reason. He hasn’t done his job yet here on Earth.
I honestly believe we are all born here for a reason. And we all have a certain goal to reach. Then when it is our time to go we have to go! And it can be at any age. Sometimes we are called early. But maybe it’s because we are needed elsewhere.
I am truely sorry for your loss! But very inspired that Conner was able to tell about the Angel. I know someone that died last year of lung cancer. She was not able to talk much because of the cancer. Before she passed away. She got better for about 5 minutes before passing. She looked up at everybody and was looking up at the ceiling. Kept telling us it was so beautiful! As Gary said! It gave us Goose Bumps.
My prayers are with you and your family in their time of need. The Angel was a sign to let you all know that his mother is in Heaven and being well cared for! Hugs
Hi Sherry! I will say some strong prayers tonight for your family. What a horrible tragedy. And at the worst time of year for family deaths. My husband has lost alot of family around Christmas and trying to cheer him up this time of year is certainly not easy. So many families suffering a lost one this year too. You will be in my prayers tonight. I’m so sorry to hear this terrible news. I will pray for Conner too! I know he is really tramatized and in shock. May God Bless you and your family in your time of need. Hugs coming your way!
Hi Sherry! Will say prayers for your uncle and the little girl. That cancer treatment is not cheap. My insurance company just denied one of my treatments and said they only allowed 2 treatments instead of 3. So I have to pay out of pocket for that one. This medical world today is all about money. I pray that we see a change in that soon! Wishing you my best and hope your uncle gets his treatment soon! Hugs
Hi Sherry! Oh do I remember that day when my son came home 6 years ago telling me he wanted to join the US Navy. I was freaking! My son was very wish washy. One minute he wanted to join the Navy and the next minute he wanted to go to school. A whole summer of hearing him trying to decide. I kept trying to talk him out of joining the Navy and tried my best to convince him to go to school. But he joined the Navy.
I cried and I cried and seeing him leave home for Boot Camp made me cry more. Everytime he leaves for sea I cry again. I just don’t like him being in the Military right now because we are in a time of war. But he has been in the Navy 6 years now. Got married last year and lives in Florida when he is on leave with his wife and travels everywhere in a Submarine.
My son has more confidence now than he ever has and loves his job. Even though I am not to happy about it, he is happy. I’m not happy because I don’t get to see him much and worry about the what if’s or war. There comes a time when our children will leave the nest and no matter what we wish, they are going to do what they want to do. If he does join the Navy, be supportive of him and be happy for him.
He may turn out to be a son that you will be very proud of in the future.