Last Sunday afternoon, I was guided to give a guardian angel coin to our favorite server at a local restaurant. With her in mind, before leaving the house, I had grabbed it at the last minute. The previous week, she had been under stress from working double shifts. Opening the restaurant at 11:00 a.m., and then closing it, not getting home to her toddler and husband until after midnight. At that time, I'd told her that she had a guardian angel, and she gave me a thankful smile.
Fast forward to this Sunday, when at the end of our lunch, I got the guardian angel coin out of my purse and handed it to her. Her face lit up and she said, I didn't tell you last week, but when you told me I had a guardian angel, my sister had just died. What you said, changed everything and I felt lighter knowing my sister is now an angel on the other side.
I do believe our departed loved ones can act as angelic ambassadors for us in the heavenly realm, but it's comforting to know we also have our own guardian angel.
I was so thankful for the guardian angel timing as I had no idea what was going on in her life, but the angels helped me to be a heartfelt messenger.
The more I remember to practice "seeing" the guardian angels of those I meet, the more amazed I have become by the acknowledgement that something special is going on behind the scenes. A touch of heaven is coming down to earth.
Enjoy your day with the Angels.
Love and joyful blessings,