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Chrystal Ann Kaminski
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This journal consists of my daily functions, my musings and general thoughts. Read as you wish...

May 2007
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Chrystal Ann Kaminski [userpic]

My mother passed away in 1978 from breast cancer, my father
in 1997 from a stroke. When I found two lumps close to my
armpit, I went for a mammogram, then an ultrasound, and finally
a biopsy. Upon entering the room for the test and sitting in
the chair, the thermostat cover flew off the wall behind me
and landed on the floor between me and the technician. I
laughed and said, "We'll take this as a good sign." She said
that had never happened before. Needless to say my biopsy was
negative. My nephew was told he had an irrepairable brain
condition and a few months to live. One night while praying,
he looked toward the couch and saw my father sitting on it.
He smiled and disappeared, and so did my nephew's problem. The
doctors can't explain it, but we can.

~ G.H.

Emotion: complacentcomplacent

I believe that there are indeed forces at work outside of the science we currently understand. Be it a god or many gods, be it a force greater than a god or just a biological/scientific force we have yet to delve into, it is there.

Too many inexplicable things like this happen for me to see otherwise.

In any case, very intriguing and very good that the brain condition has disappeared. I wish something like that would happen to my dad.. his mind is being taken by a rare form of dementia.

Oh, I'm so sorry about your dad :(....

That disease makes me cry, well, hearing stories about it..