The Memories and the Day I Met Star

Today, 8/7/16:  I want to send this shout out to a beautiful person . . . I met back on April 22nd of this year.  Her name is STAR.  Well, if you’ve read the earlier posts  (see below).  You’ll discover upon our meeting we bonded and sent out a prayer.
Well, after touching basis with Star today, I was told her expected delivery date is August 27th.  She’s doing much better I understand, and that’s a great thing.  So to my STAR I’m wishing you a safe delivery and a healthy baby.  Keep reading to the baby inside . . . it helps to recognize your voice upon delivery.
Since our meeting, I’ve been  asking our Father to bring her through the journey . . . emotionally and mentally.  Knowing STAR is in a much better place I’m confident prayers are a true blessing and a healing medium.
Love is everywhere.  It’s even in the air . . . Love you STAR!
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THIS IS A REPOST. JUST THIS PAST TUESDAY (5/24/16) I RECEIVED A CALL FROM THIS SPECIAL PERSON (STAR). I MET HER BACK IN APRIL ON A TUESDAY, AND SHE REACHED BACK OUT TO ME. FOR THAT I’M GRATEFUL! I’VE THOUGHT ABOUT HER MANY TIMES SINCE OUR INITIAL MEET.
 
 
SO HERE’S A REPOST TO YOU STAR (WHEREVER YOU ARE THIS MOMENT):
 
 
 
It was Tuesday, April 19th. ‘Tis a true story, it actually happened and more . . .
 
Oh yeah, I was crying ─ earlier that day. And not ‘cause it was a sad day. But, because I had the memories of from whence I had come. The journey that I had walked . . . and to realize, to know, to acknowledge, that I made it through that journey. Those memories brought tears to my eyes. Some people are not so fortune, they CAN NOT walk that journey or they just don’t make it through. When walking the journey, they never come back!
 
I came back! But that day while I was out and about (transacting my business), I started to leave ─ after it was all complete. As I was going out the door, something/someone told me to stay . . . hang around (okay, it was those inner voices). We all have them. So I hung around. I don’t know why.
 
But, something said, “Go back to that spot, the one over there where your book is.”
 
So, I did! So, I did . . . and piddled-paddled around. Then I looked up! I lift my head. There she was. Her name was Star. She looked so down, so sad. Then HE told me to go speak to her, tell her who you are, so you can talk about your journey, and listen to hers. I did not believe that. I don’t know, I just don’t know why I doubted HIM. But I went. And after introducing myself, and told her a little bit about me.
 
I said, “You’re sad. Something is bothering you. It’s okay, though.” “You can talk to me about it.”
 
I didn’t know this person, but she started crying and sharing her story with me. How depressed she was. I found out, she didn’t know why she was depressed. She was just depressed. It was not because of the pregnancy. But something in her body had been changing and putting her in a depressed mood.
 
As she cried, I wrapped my arms around her, placed her head on my shoulder, and told her, “It’s okay to cry (while I patted her gently). I told her, “NEVER apologize for crying. Crying can be a happy thing and a healthy one.”
 
I said, “You’re gonna be okay.” HE told me to tell you, “You’re going to be okay.” “I’ll pray for you,“ I said to her.
 
“And just know, you’re gonna walk this journey for a reason. Maybe someone else YOU’LL be able to help through the journey ─ when it’s their turn to feel sad and be pregnant. Then you can embrace it, even better because you’ve been there. “
 
And we had our little talk, we talked a long time. Then she reached over and grabbed my book. She flipped it to the back cover and began reading. She found out about my struggles, about my journey. And then she started apologizing to me, for having walked that journey.
 
I started crying, all over again. Not because ─ I was sad, not because! But, the pain had come back. I was in pain. And to know, she knew a little more about me, then when we first met. And that I’m not always this happy on the outside. I may appear happy on the outside. But on the inside there are times when I ache, and when I’m in pain. Awe! And I put on my happy face. Because that’s what life is about. It’s about Not complaining, just bearing and embracing . . . your journey. You see life is so full of stuff (the good, the bad, and the ugly). Guess, that’s part of living.
 
So to make a long story short, we spent a lot of time together, inside the store. She wanted to buy me coffee.
 
But I said, “No!” “I need to move on.” And so, she insisted.
 
I said, “NO, I’m okay.” “I’m okay.”
 
I know, be careful what you pray for because I did a lot of praying through our journey. And my wishes came through.
 
And though she wanted to walk me outside, she said, “I insist, I must walk you outside.” So she did!
 
When she got there, she asked me, “Can I pray for you, before you leave?”
 
As I stared at her, I said, “Sure!”
 
So she says, “Can I pray for you before you leave? Or can I call you and pray for you?”
 
I said, “No! Pray for me now!” “Do say a prayer for me.”
 
So we huddle over in a corner, but not only did she pray for me. She used the word us. Her prayers included the word “US.”
 
“Help us, Lord,” she said. “Help us both through our journeys. We embrace your name. We recognize your power. And we need more strength and courage to walk us through this journey.”
 
And she went on and on and on to talk about the word “US”. Not just me or her . . . but US.
 
So #Star (wherever you are now), just know I’m glad to have met you. And pray that you’re back to “Self,” with the speed of lighting.
 
And to my #Readers just know, “Life is a journey, not a destination.”

 

 

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