Earlier this week, on Tuesday morning, my Mom sent me a article on Facebook Messenger about how angels communicate with people. The article mentioned feathers (check!), numbers (check!) and ringing in ears (check!). I read the article and wrote back to her. I told her I heard angels communicate to people by sending downloads to people’s ears and I get them a lot. She saw I replied and opened Messenger. A reply to my comment was already typed but not sent. She didn’t type it. Continue reading “A Tuesday Miracle”
It was a hot July Atlanta afternoon. I was visiting Atlanta attending a conference for work. My husband, Mike, and I never had the opportunity to visit Atlanta so he took time off to travel with me and explore a new city together.
During a lunch break, we ate a quick lunch and then walked around Midtown before I had to head back to the conference, resuming shortly. I noticed a puppy across the street walking around aimlessly and getting close to the busy street. I looked for his owner which I thought would be a short distance away. I saw no one who looked to be associated with the puppy. We quickly crossed the street to see what the puppy was up to. I whistled and he turned around and came trotting over to me. His coat was soft and clean but he had no collar, no tags, and no leash. He was adorable but too skinny and thirsty. Was he lost? A stray? I instinctively picked him up and we started walking toward the street I saw him come from. Maybe his owner was frantically looking for him. We only saw an empty street and a homeless man sleeping, completely unaware of any crisis. Continue reading “A Chance Encounter”
Yesterday as I was running errands, I found two dimes in two separate locations. I didn’t think much of the first one. I was in a store where people could easily drop change. The second, I thought, it may be a dime from heaven. But, again, I was in a store where people could easily drop change.
This morning, I found a dime in my bedroom! Continue reading “3 Dimes – 2 Days”
Last Spring, after seven years of marriage and renting an apartment, my husband and I finally bought our first home, a condo. My office allows employees to take leftover boxes from deliveries before they are thrown out. Once a week, I scoured each floor of the office in search of free boxes to start packing up our apartment. The timing had to be perfect: 1) the contents of the boxes had to be unpacked (there were days I stalked the delivery guy, waiting for him to unpack the boxes and put them in the designated area and 2) you had to get there before someone else did!
One day, I collected a lot of boxes of all sizes. I loaded up my flatbed cart and started heading home. I live in walking distance of work and had to walk a short distance to get the boxes home. Continue reading “Angel in Disguise or Friendly Neighbor?”