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June 12, 2008


gautami tripathy

I am very glad you are well and on you way to mend fully.

Angels, what would we do without them?


i never read about your accident before,, but i would be interested to do so if you have posted about it ,, would you link to it here?? i will check back...

this was a chilling tale,, and tho my logical mind doesn't believe in angels as such,, i do believe in the spirits of those that we have loved that have gone before us,, and it is possible they are there when we least expect it.....

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terrifying ordeal - this must have been such a horrendous experience for you - from the sounds of it, i'd guess you had a whole flock of wings sheltering you in safety


Angels are everywhere..........

Imelda / GreenishLady

I never knew the nature of the accident either. How horrific! I too am so glad those angels were there to look out for you, and I really hope your health keeps improving.


Thank God your guardian angels were with you. I hope your recovery, physical and mental, goes quickly.


I feel happy for you in having had the two angels with you! I imagine you have had your surgery now, may you heal swiftly and find yourself pain free!


I'm so glad your angels were guiding and protecting you, that day! Hope all has gone as well as possible, getting the pins removed - and I hope the hours of being pain-free come more frequently and for far longer than an hour at a time. Sending best wishes your way, Bonnie!

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