I am realistic. I expect miracles.
- dr. wayne dyer
Two weeks ago, an astrologer, mystic, intuitive asked me, "Have you heard from your mom?" I shook my head and sighed. " No. I don't know. I'm so distracted at times that I haven't noticed anything. Maybe she has. I'm waiting."
And this past week, I got a gift.
The night after I posted my last blog (a day after my brother's anniversary and 10 days before Christmas) a woman who I don't know sent me a message via Facebook…"Hi Karin. My name is Kara. I live in Maine. I found a peice of jewelry with the name Carole Ann Sibley (mom's maiden name, and she got married at 22) on it. I'm not sure if my research is correct, but I was wondering if this belonged to your mom?"
Shocked. I immediately wrote back, but then I got suspicious.
"How did know she know that I was her daughter? And why would she be so motivated to find me?" I thought.
Apparently she used to work for a collection agency, and she knew how to research people.
This week she sent me the bracelet.
The silver bracelet, which looks like a child's, is over 50 years old, and I believe a miracle and a message from my mom.
I'm a true believer more than ever.
May you be surrounded by love and miracles on this day and always.
Happy Holidays and Much Love to You all.