You can find the first part of this story here.
When I saw the look on Mr. Serious’ face, I just knew something wasn’t right. And right then? I. lost. it.
All of the week’s activities and emotions caught up with me.
I was scared to ask him what happened and why he was inside the airport, instead of waiting outside like he planned.
He said BIL drove him.
“That’s weird. Why did BIL drive you?” (BIL lived in the city that Mr. Serious was picking me up in.)
Mr. Serious said “Everything is okay, but I was in an accident.”
“Then, why did BIL drive you?”
“He had to pick me up from the hospital.”
And, I lost it all over again.
“I t-boned another truck that pulled out in front of me (the other driver was at a red light) while I was going 60mph. Some witnesses said I lost consciousness, so I had to ride via ambulance to the hospital.”
“Ambulance? Hospital? T-boned? Are you okay?”
“Yes, I’m okay, the airbags went off and I’m sore, but I’m okay.”
“And, your truck?”
“Oh, it’s totaled, no doubt.”
While sitting in the middle seat of BIL’s single cab truck with a manual transition on the way to Mr. Serious’ truck to get his belongings, it hit me.
Taylor was there with him. She made sure he was safe. She made sure he got off the road, and out of his truck and walked away from the scene of the accident. I just know she had to be.
I’m convinced that God worked through her to make sure that Mr. Serious safely made it out of a situation that could have ended very gravely.
And, I was and am so very thankful for my guardian angel.
Do you think you have a guardian angel? Do you have a story?
A friend in college jumped into a shallow pool of natural water and broke his neck. A man rescued him from the water, and he distinctly remembers seeing him. But, nobody else saw the man. Nobody saw our friend get rescued and there were people there. Definitely his guardian angel.
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