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From: Snapdragon
Date: Sunday, November 20, 2016 12:27 AM
To: Josies-angel
Subject: Re: ADC On What Happens After We "Die"

We all accept your wonderful hugs! Boy, it's been one heck of a year! At first I had that horrible Vestibular Neuritis which made me lose my balance; thankfully I made it through the six month period after my last attack and am proclaimed "cured". I now have to rebuild my immune system and stay with the Vestibular therapy.

Then over the last four months I badly sprained my ankle and have been working through that, unfortunately I resprained it and had to start my physiotherapy all over again. But it could have been a break, or a ligament tear requiring surgery! So I was very lucky!!!

I have decided to take another six months for myself, my mama and little Milo. I truly feel like the Universe was giving me lots of signs to slow down, so I will.

Milo is our first pet, and he is just a ray of sunshine. In fact, Milo is short for "Milagro", which means "miracle" in Portuguese. My mom named him because she said he was such a blessing in our lives.

That ADC from my Dad was very special. It reinforced what I already knew about the afterlife and ADC's . I always believed that if we allow negative emotions in our hearts, their messages can't get through. I am not a negative person, but I deeply feel disappointment; I become enraged at injustice; and I miss my Dad beyond expression.

Those are heavy feelings and I can understand how the wonderful, joyful light of love and communication from our loved ones can have a difficult time penetrating such dense emotion. So I am going to try to release these things and maybe my soul will finally be free. If we can do this, I think we will have found peace. And it is good to know that we ascend to love after "death".

Loads of love to you from me, mama, and Milo!!! You are always in my prayers (although every time I think of "Josie"; the name "Jo Anne" and "Jo" comes to me. Not sure if it means anything, but wanted to mention it, just in case! xox

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