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Guardian Angel

"When I was eight months pregnant with my daughter, I was so tired and disappointed in my two-year-old son. His behavior was different than other kids. Later on, at four years, he was diagnosed with A.D.H.D. with neurological impairedness and defiant behavior, but back then I did not know what was wrong with him. I was so scared that my other child will be the same way. I was so tired because my son hardly ever slept at night, and I had a husband I could not count on. I felt like a failure. At around 7 a.m., I heard a knocking at the door, too early for anybody to visit. I got up, but my door was opening already. I got scared because the only two people with keys were my then-husband and the landlord. My husband was working and my landlord would not dare do that. But who did I see? My grandfather walking up the stairs smiling. I screamed in happiness. "How did you make the trip?" I asked. "Who brought you here? Why didn't you call me?" The last I knew, my grandfather was sick in bed and that was some days before. He then told me that he came to visit me for a moment. I was upset at that. He then asked, "Where is your son?" I told him he was finally sleep. I told him how I felt so alone and disappointed at motherhood, and scared. He stopped me and with a hug and told me to make me some coffee. He told me, "Now it's time for me to leave. I came to bless your son and it is done." When I went to bed, he tucked me in and looked at me with so much love, and then he said, "You will have a girl and she will be fine, and you will be fine." I smiled and then he said, "Come and give me a hug. I love you so much." I did, but then I noticed I was hugging the air. Nobody was with me. My first thought was that my grandpa passed away and I called my grandma. Crying, I told grandma what happened, but she kept insisting grandpa was alive and fine. I asked her to check on him. She even put him on the phone. Who came to visit me that morning? Why did he look like grandpa?"

From http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa041601a.htm

Whether you believe in angels or not, have a blessed sunday.

Emily, enjoy your wedding day :). Wish I could have been there.

Guardian Angel

"When I was eight months pregnant with my daughter, I was so tired and disappointed in my two-year-old son. His behavior was different than other kids. Later on, at four years, he was diagnosed with A.D.H.D. with neurological impairedness and defiant behavior, but back then I did not know what was wrong with him. I was so scared that my other child will be the same way. I was so tired because my son hardly ever slept at night, and I had a husband I could not count on. I felt like a failure. At around 7 a.m., I heard a knocking at the door, too early for anybody to visit. I got up, but my door was opening already. I got scared because the only two people with keys were my then-husband and the landlord. My husband was working and my landlord would not dare do that. But who did I see? My grandfather walking up the stairs smiling. I screamed in happiness. "How did you make the trip?" I asked. "Who brought you here? Why didn't you call me?" The last I knew, my grandfather was sick in bed and that was some days before. He then told me that he came to visit me for a moment. I was upset at that. He then asked, "Where is your son?" I told him he was finally sleep. I told him how I felt so alone and disappointed at motherhood, and scared. He stopped me and with a hug and told me to make me some coffee. He told me, "Now it's time for me to leave. I came to bless your son and it is done." When I went to bed, he tucked me in and looked at me with so much love, and then he said, "You will have a girl and she will be fine, and you will be fine." I smiled and then he said, "Come and give me a hug. I love you so much." I did, but then I noticed I was hugging the air. Nobody was with me. My first thought was that my grandpa passed away and I called my grandma. Crying, I told grandma what happened, but she kept insisting grandpa was alive and fine. I asked her to check on him. She even put him on the phone. Who came to visit me that morning? Why did he look like grandpa?"

From http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa041601a.htm

Whether you believe in angels or not, have a blessed sunday.

Emily, enjoy your wedding day :). Wish I could have been there.

comments (6)

Through photography, we have the ability to amongst other things, visually document and add "meaning" to stories and reports.

I like your work because to me it does just that. Keep up the excellent work.
E Etomi: Thanks a lot Skee.
Second Skee's comments.
E Etomi: Thanks Jide
Nice capture... Beautiful composition!
Michael
E Etomi: Thanks Michael
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 3 Sep 2006, 10:29
Nice story. A bit scary...
Beautiful shot!
E Etomi: Spooky right? Thanks Sidney
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 3 Sep 2006, 11:49
freaky story. i like the contrast in colours
E Etomi: Thanks Nev
Nice picture and very interresting text - Thanx to share it and it smile

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