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My Aunt's Prayer - Angel Stories

By: valerie coranado

Location: philadelphia pa USA

During the summer that i just graduated from seventh grade my family planned a trip to Panama City, Panama. We planned on leaving to Panama on the 14th of august i remember just hours before we where on our way to the airport my mom told me that i had to bring my nebulizer. I use a nebulizer because i have severe asthma. Although my mom told me to pack it in my suitecase i did not pack it. I thought nothing bad would happen. We went on our way to the airport so exciting and looking out the window , i remember seeing the baby blue sky. We arrived at the airport and i complained of having a headache . My mom said that it was because i washed my hair and came outside wile it was cold , but it was not cold to me. We got on the plane to Texas and from Texas to our destination. While i was on the plane i remember gettin sick to my stomach a few times and vomiting severely. My mom sat next to me and i felt comforted. When we arrived at the Texas airport i noticed that my vomiting was getting worse and worse along with a fever. I told my mom and she told me to try and stay calm. Finally our plane came to go to Panama i sat down n i found my self vomiting again and my mom asked the man sitting next to me if she could switch seats with him so that she could take care of me , and the man said yes. We finnaly arrived in panama and i could not walk at all. I felt that i was about to faint. My aunt who is a docor in panama tried treating me with her nebulizer but it did not have any effect. Everyone was worried so they decided to take me to the hospital. My aunt Nelly helped me walk down the steps to the car which i could barely do. I felt so out of breath after each step i took. I arrived at the hospital and got sick once again. The doctors hooked me up to so many machines and told my family that i could not leave until i was better because i had severe bronchitis in my left lung. I remember laying in the bed crying at night because it was dark and i felt so alone. There was nothin besides the sick baby on thebed to the right of me and another child to the left of me. I remember having to eat through a tube and needed to have an oxygen mask on at all times. My skin was blue and i could not eve walk or get out of bed to stand. It was already nearing the end of my first whole week in the hospital . My aunt whom i had never met before came and sat down on the bed with me and held my hands while begining to pray in spanish. I was thinking god please let me get better. Then all of a sudden the next day the doctor said that they could let me out because i was much better. After that i felt different , i felt blessed and thankful.


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Angel Stories

Some may never see with earthly eyes these heavenly beings or know that they exist. Many are unaware of the numerous ways they have protected and guided us. We would like to share with you the stories of people who take pleasure in expressing how real angels are.

Angel Stories


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  1. An angel heard my prayer, by Maria Cabral
  2. Timothy, by RICHARD BURDITT JR
  3. My life was saved, by Amanda Theobald
  4. Angel Power, by Shirley Abuel
  5. Angel outside the Parish, by Abram Toa
  6. You Should Watch, by Christian Duguay
  7. How an angel saved my daughter, by Patricia Ten Eyck
  8. I am okay now, by Jessica Edwards
  9. An angel saved my life, by Vincent Parise
  10. They came to take him home, by Elizabeth Conner-Ster
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  1. Driving with angels..., by Lori Leissner
  2. Angel with A White Beard, by Sam Ramirez
  3. Angel in Waiting, by Mike Seddon
  4. My angel brought me home, by Nena Sunico
  5. Thank you, by Julie Power
  6. Saved from ferocious dogs, by Roger Hayes
  7. Angel Abby, by Billy Fisher
  8. Visit from an Angel, by holly mora
  9. Saved from emotional hell, by Paul
  10. A Tall White Angel, by Noelia R. Cambero
  11. There is no doubt Angels are real, by sheree davenport
  12. The Power of the Rosary, by Rosalie Francaviglia
  13. World Trade Center Angels, by Roxanne Cintron
  14. Elaines Angles, by Margaret Graham
  15. An Angelic Appearence , by Sunaira Barkat
  16. Touched By An Angel, by Debra Sueper
  17. We are never alone, by Bonnie Franklin
  18. The faith of my Grandmother, by Daphne Hebert
  19. Angel of comfort, by Arlene Hiles
  20. I did not think of God at all until I saw my granddaddy, by lindsey stewart
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  1. Touched by an Angel, by Tina Willis
  2. Watching My Back, by Amanda Joiner
  3. Mother's Encounter with Angels, by MARIBEL GONZALEZ
  4. Thoughts of My Angel!, by Marsha Neuschwanter
  5. Guardian Angel, by Michael Gomez
  6. My Aunt's Prayer, by valerie coranado
  7. Angel Mechanic, by Christine Clarke
  8. Angel at Bedtime, by Renee Woznesensky
  9. Erin, by Leigh Boyles
  10. The cook , by Robert Clements
  11. Long Hair, by Crystal Denney
  12. It's Mother Calling, by John Nichols
  13. Treasure our gifts, by Kim J.
  14. Angel sent by God, by Ellaine Manansala
  15. I feel a very nice and strong Perfume for some Seconds, by Stella Nkhonya
  16. The Ring of the Telephone, by Ellen Nipper
  17. Needed Help, by Ralph M
  18. Guardian Angel, by Maria
  19. When we think no one else , by Nancy Sonier
  20. Miracle Baby, by Rene Schneider
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