About Angels in Our Lives
Sarah's Angels Story
Many people believe that angels are messengers from God, at work in the world today.
Angels come in many forms, from helpful animals to mysterious strangers, from glorious heavenly angels to earth angels, those human beings who generously assist others.
Angels can come to us in dreams, on a breeze, or in a strain of music.
This is Sarah's story, and how a group of unsuspecting angels come together in one selfless act of kindness and love.
I have always felt close to my guarding angels for as long as I can remember. Often times I have felt their presence during trying times or just when I needed a little comfort. About three years ago I began getting dreams of myself with a bald head. During those dreams I had a feeling that I had cancer. I had them about four times a year, the recent being the most meaningful. I had a dream of me standing in a line with a bald head and the words “lovin life” written on the back of my head.
At the age of twenty four cancer is the last thing you think of. In fact my symptoms were so comparable to other illnesses that the doctors believe I have had Leukemia for at least eighteen months. I kept telling myself "well of course I am tired". I have two energetic little boys, Atreyu three and a half years and Arrol nineteen months. I work 50 + hours a week at a very physical night job. Also in the last six months I have separated from my husband of seven years. All these stresses led me to believe that I had anything but cancer.
I was sick for the last eighteen months it seems like with every illness that entered our area. I missed so much work throughout the year that when I found out I had Leukemia I had only twenty hours of sick leave left. I found out I had Leukemia on the worst possible day my mother’s birthday. I of course was shocked at my diagnosis but that comfort I had felt in my dreams washed over me. I never had the thoughts of why me or why is this happening. I just knew that it would happen.
About a week after my diagnosis, while I was in the hospital I started to feel this amazing strength helping me more each day. I knew that it was my Grandfather Neal leading, with my other guarding angels helping him. My Grandfather Neal also went through chemotherapy. He ended up dying of his cancer the year I was born in nineteen eighty six when I was three months old. I did get to meet him although of course I do not remember it.
Since finding out I have Leukemia I have felt his strength and help especially on those long hard days. It is such a comfort to know that you are not going through this alone. I also have the support of my family, friends and community during this trying time. It is truly a humbling experience.
I have had many people ask how they can help and there are a number of ways that people can help me and others like me.
I am as I stated before truly humbled by the love and support of everyone during this time in my life.
There will be a Benefit Auction and Dinner held for Sarah on March nineteenth. It will be upstairs at The Eagles in Kalispell Montana, dinner is five dollars a plate and will start at 5 p.m. with auction to follow at 6 p.m.
Auction contributions and donations are being collected, if you would like to participate you can mail them to:
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Stories Part One
Stories Part Two
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