Every once in a while I get a flash of something awful happening to someone I love.
I learned years and years ago that when that happens I am to surround the person in white light to protect them.
I had a vision of my son having a car accident on the Alaska Highway. I immediately surrounded him and his truck in white light.
Last night he phoned.
He is ok.
He did have an accident on the Alaska Highway.
He went into a skid and to avoid hitting a semi he steered for the snowbank and rolled his truck.
He wasn't hurt.
He knows his seatbelt saved him from serious injury.
Six feet either side of that snowbank was a six foot drop-off.
That snowbank saved him.
He got a lift from the driver of the pilot car accompanying the semi to a truck stop four kilometers down the road.
The tow company wanted hundreds of dollars to right his vehicle and tow it to a garage.
He walked back to his truck.
He got his axe, heading into the forest and cut down a ten foot tree.
He put the trunk of the tree through the window of his truck that was lying on its side and with the help of another truck driver they righted the vehicle.
Thank God for the kindness of strangers.
His truck started, and he continued the drive home.
Another twelve hours.
Slowly, with four way flashers going and no side mirror.
He was scared.
He made it home to his loved one. She had a hot bath ready for him.
He is still in shock.
So am I.
But non-believers, back off.
White light works.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Monday, March 23, 2015
In April I am going to participate in the A to Z blogging challenge. I am Canadian so let's all practise pronouncing it A to Zed, shall we?
Today is the day we announce our theme if we are going to use one.
When I graduated my Grade Eight class in June of 2012 the class presented me with a quilt. I had taught this same group of children since Grade One.
Throughout the Grade Eight year the students and their mums met and made quilt squares depicting different events in our eight years together.
There are thirty-six squares.
I will tell you a story about each one connecting them with the A to Zed theme.
I have wanted to blog about this quilt (which I sleep under every night) since I received it.
This challenge has given me the perfect opportunity.
Please join me on April 1, for post one, A = Advent Apple.
I will be linking to other blogs in the challenge so I am certain it is going to be an awesome month.
And a special shout-out to my blogging buddies, Wendy of the Rock and Edwima's Episodes who are joining me in this madness!