Country Living Series

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Thank God for guardian angels

Almost by definition, we are not aware when we're being protected by a guardian angel. Here's a small anecdote by such an angel -- and I thank God there are people like this around.

I guessed her age at about nine, maybe ten. khaki pants with a white shirt, short hair slightly windblown. The bus had just pulled away. My shop is located on a very busy street across from a large city park. Her school bus stops on the corner. My last customer had just walked out the door when I saw her walk to the corner and slump against the chain link fence... [Read the rest here.]

By the way, this fellow has a new blog with some very interesting info. Check him out.

6 comments:

  1. I peek out from under the bed, red-faced, and whisper, thank you, dear sweet lady.

    Stephen

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  2. Husband of the BossJune 22, 2011 at 2:06 PM

    Hey! I helped!

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  3. Thank you too, My Brother. If you ever need help, just ask. Not said lightly.

    Stephen

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  4. We have three daughters, and the oldest and youngest no longer speak to us, because we didn't give them everything they wanted once they'd grown and were "ready to leave the nest," as they say. I love them with all my heart, but only our middle daughter stays in touch. They were all so precious to me and I miss them so much, but they think I'm a terrible ogre, I guess. This story choked me up considerably. Thanks to all the liberal-progressives who are doing their best to destroy our traditions, our families, our nation and our way of life, our children grow up self-centered and full of themselves, thinking the world (and their parents) owes them everything. My wife and I wish we could have kept them home and home-schooled them, but we both had to work. (Again, thank liberal progressives for that.) But still, I wouldn't hesitate for even a moment to watch over and protect all the little girls of the world, as this man has done!

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  5. Ok, well, I didn't intend to rant as much as I did, LOL....but hey, the world need more people like Stephen, so I hope he understands where I was going with my comments......:)

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  6. TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO WE LIVED IN A LARGE CITY, ONE DAY OUR DAUGHTER THEN 9 WAS ON HER WAY HOME FROM SCHOOL, IT WAS CANDY SALE TIME AND SHE HAD HER BACPACK AND 2 BOXES OF CANDY BARS TO BRING HOME AND SELL.. OUT OF THE BLUE SHE WAS MUGGED BY A GROUP OF 7 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS- AN ELDERLY NEIGHBOR WHO WAS SITTING ON HIS PORCH SAW WHAT WAS HAPPENING AND WENT AND GRABBED HIS GUN- THE MOB HAULED BUTTE- TAKING ALL MY DAUGHTERS POSESSIONS, KEYS, CANDY, MONEY AND JEWLRY... THE HERO IDENTIFIED THE SENIOR HIGH STUDENTS AND THEY WERE PROSECUTED BY THE LAW(THANK GOD)AFTER THAT WE QUIT OUR JOBS SOLD WHAT WE COULD AND MOVED TO THE COUNTRY IN SOUTHERN OHIO...TO EVERYONE OUT THERE THIS MAN SAVED MY DAUGHTER FROM INJURY OR WORSE - OUR INNOCNETS NEED TO BE LOOKED OUT FOR NOW MORE THAN EVER.. BUT MOST PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF GETTING IN TROUBLE BY THE POLICE FOR INTERACTING WITH A CHILD NOT THEIR OWN-- THIS MAN CARED NOT FOR HIS OWN SAFTY BUT CARED FOR THE SAFTY OF MY DAUGHTER...BUT THERE ARE MEN LIKE STEPHEN OUT THARE AND IT GIVES ME HOPE FOR MANKINDS FUTURE.. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU UNSEEN AND SEEN ACTIVE HEROS OUT THERE... I STILL HAVE MY DAUGHTER BECAUSE SOMEONE CARED,,, GOD BLESS THESE INDIVIDUALS AND STRIVE TO BECOME LIKE THEM..... GLO FROM OHIO

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