I wanted to share with you all my rainbow story. The 13th of September 2009 our son Rohan was stillborn at 36 weeks due to a complete placental abruption. We held his funeral and had him cremated, then collected his ashes and he stayed at home with us. We had been wondering for a long time, where would be rest?
And finally after 2 and a half years I found the perfect place, but it came at a cost of over 500 English Pounds.
Something impossible for us to afford, especially as my partners job had gone into administration leaving him unemployed, there was no way we could find the money and support our family. I made a group on Facebook trying to come up with some fund raising ideas, yet we were at a loss.
Then one evening I received a message from a famous medium called Colin Fry giving me his number and asking me to call him. The next day i did just that, and he offered to cover the costs of us laying him to rest, we were speechless and so touched, we accepted his offer.
I then went and found the perfect place, I chose a tree and given the paperwork. Once I got home I found out the tree is called a Rowan Tree. The fruits appear in September, but not ripe until October, just as our Rohan was born in September and not due until October, it was an amazing fit and I knew it was the perfect place.
Time soon passed, Colin paid all the cost and we held his burial on his 3rd birthday on the 13th of September 2012. And just 2 weeks later after 11 months of trying to conceive we found out we were expecting.
Time has passed since then, and we have found out we are expecting another little boy, our lives have been so blessed the last year and I know its all down to our Angel.
The message I want to give is to never wonder, or feel that your angel isn’t there anymore, because you would be wrong. If this isn’t proof that our angels are always around us, loving and caring, giving us some magic, then I don’t know what is.
Keep strong, and remember, an Angel never dies
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