Mom’s angels…

One month before my mother’s birthday I wanted to somehow pull our family all together encircling her in a big hug. This idea came to me and became a HUGE hit with everyone. I decided to send out mass e-mails, to all her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, short little snippets–fun facts about her life each day of that month gearing up to her birthday as the finale. Her life was hanging by a thread; so fragile and we didn’t know how much longer she would be with us. Bless her heart, she lived through that month and read every single one and loved them all! We had so much fun learning about her life and enjoying these memories with her! This is the very last fun fact that I sent out and really allows us a peek into her dear soul:

Grandma often speaks of her angels. Her angels surprise her when work gets done when she doesn’t ask. “Oh look, my little angels emptied the dishwasher!”  Her angels surprise her when ingredients just show up in the cupboard. “Oh my goodness gracious, my little angels put some extra brown sugar in there!”  Her angels help her when she loses things. “Oh phew, my little angels found my glasses! And they always came through during frightening or sad moments. “It’s okay darling, our angels are close by, they will protect us from the lightening and thunder.” 

Here are the four main life lessons for us to never forget from her angels:

 one: We are always surrounded by angels and that should give us great comfort.

two:  We could be an angel to someone one else and that will give others great joy.

three: There is a powerful source to which we can rely that sends those angels. That source is a loving Heavenly Father who knows us and loves us even more than Grandma…                hard to imagine but it is true…

four: Grandma is one of those angels. 

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