Turning devastation into celebration! No matter what happens today, be happy! Do something nice for someone even if it’s just smiling at a stranger, you never know the impact you will have. Let someone in, in traffic, hold the door open for someone, every chance you get say IT’S ALL GOOD! People around the world are joining us in celebrating Andrew’s life and his attitude of IT’S ALL GOOD no matter what! As Andrew reminded me in the hospital, being happy is a choice! AND he ALWAYS chose to be happy.

Well, as you can imagine, it does not seem like 3 years since my beautiful son left here. It feels more like 3 months maybe, but here we are 3 years later.

We are performing our “Only Love Is Real Concert” tonight at Om Gaia in Bradenton Fl. No one has bought tickets mind you, but apparently there is a lot of buzz about us performing there so they want us to show up. I know we have people going so that is good. Ok, the ones that are going are helping so there is no ticket price there but the point of all this is to celebrate our son, our Muck, our Andrew for who he was here and who he is now, PureHeart. So I am going to do what I do every year, post his journey Home here.


I was met by a beautiful energy in the shape of a white stag. He whispered my name, Glan Croi,(cree) many times. Many times until my energy resounded with it. It became me, as I became the name.

“What does it mean,” I asked.

“PureHeart.” The stag replied.

“PureHeart.” I whispered in return. It felt right and it felt purposeful.

“What do I do now?” I asked.

“We wait, Glan Croi, we wait.”

I waited. I felt so very clear and very beautiful. Then I remembered my mom and dad, and my sister. I became sad for a split second, and this stag enveloped me. I felt safe. It felt like Home to me.

I then saw my dad, lost in a moment, but I knew he could see me. So I smiled and waved at him I remember thinking, if he only knew what awaits, he would not be so sad. I also saw my mom. I admire her strength so very much. I’m able to do what I need to do because of them. I have peace, and I will share with them until we reunite.

I was able to communicate with their higher selves when I ascended. Through their teaching I was never lost. It helped me understand where I was, when so many people don’t. You need to know who and where you are before you cross, else you get lost here.

I still travel with my parents my sister, and their higher consciousness. We are working and loving together. It is my wish that their human cells know and accept this, even the times they cannot feel it. It is so.

I spoke to my dad, and he heard me. I asked him to tell the healers to stop. It was time for me to leave, and get things ready. I am happy. He did not listen to me at first, so I taught him like he taught me. He took his own advice though, and helped me make sense of it. Now he has to help Mommy, and Elatia, but he hears me, so that won’t be a problem.

“Are you ready?” the stag said.

“Ready? What for?” I questioned.

“They want to celebrate your coming Home.”

“They, who are they?”

“Follow me: Glan Croi, and you will see.”

We left the room, and I found myself at the edge of a beautiful forest. It felt more like Home than anything I had ever experienced before. I couldn’t take it all in at first. Images were flashing very quickly. It seems we were moving very quickly, but naturally, at the same time. It just felt right to me.

We came to what I remembered to be a large castle, with a drawbridge. Above me was an archway of trees leading into a courtyard containing a fountain, with a large lion statue in the middle of it. There was water coming from the lion’s mouth into the base of the fountain. It’s sparkled and glowed. I drank from the fountain and remembered who I am. It was wonderful and beautifully overwhelming.

The stag was no longer with me, and as I looked back I saw it’s energy disappearing into the trees. “Welcome Home,: Glan Croi.” I heard him whisper as he became one with the trees. It did not matter that he was gone, because I knew where to go from here. Straight ahead, and through the double wooden doors that were in front of me.

As I pushed them open and walked forward, I was transported into a great arena. I realized at this point, that I had not been wearing any clothes. I was naked, but I noticed that I didn’t have any of the needle marks, and other marks that my body on earth had accumulated during my stay in hospital. All of these realizations happened in a split second.

I heard cheering and whistling, and I also heard a loud thundering. I came to awareness and I see what looks like thousands of people sitting around the arena, and standing around the arena, cheering and clapping. I know who I am. I have always known who I am. I remember thinking that this was cool. The initial fear that I had when I crossed was long gone, and in its place was a feeling of “yeah, now that’s what I’m talking about!”

I was met by my mom, dad, and Elatia, and they took me together with Michael, the Angel, to the center of the arena where there was a large throne-like chair. A lady wearing a green robe came up behind me, and put upon me a beautiful forest green robe. I put my arms through and it felt like I had worn this before. She tied the robe with a thick golden rope which fell to my sides very comfortably.

As I looked around the arena at the thousands of happy faces, I noticed that they were all wearing robes of various colors. They were sectioned according to their colors around the arena. Facing the throne I saw all the people wearing a similar robe to me. They were standing and cheering. My mom and my dad and my sister were seated there.

A tall man came over to me and placed a headpiece on my head. It was silver with an Emerald heart right in the center. “We welcome you home,: Glan Croi.” I sat on the chair for a little while, then went to greet everyone that I knew. I had traveled many places with all of these people many, many times. I have no regrets, and will always strive to communicate with my parents and my sister, because I realized as soon as I crossed that our work has just begun.

I will see you all very soon and you will remember. We are destined to travel for we are an unstoppable and connected team. Much love and blessings to you. Let’s go, you know you want to.

February 2008

Glan Croi

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5 Responses to 3rd ANNUAL INT’L IT’S ALL GOOD DAY

  1. kerri says:

    i am so sorry i was unable to make this celebration. of course if i had i would not be asking the next question i am sure. why did u make it on 10-22? i may have read it somewhere before, my memory sucks, so hope u dont mind telling again.
    its an amazing story and i really love u writing about it.

  2. admin says:

    I chose that day because 10/22/07 is the day Andrew made his journey Home. I needed to turn a day of incredible devastation into one of celebration, so on his 1st anniversary I declared it Int’l It’s All Good Day after Andrew’s fav saying. I wanted to celebrate him and his attitude of gratitude no matter what. I didn’t want to fall into deep grief and relive his passing every 10/22. I wanted to create a new memory of that day so that is what I did. Every year we have a Welcome Home Party for Andrew and the past 2 yrs we have done the concert. I wanted his energy to continue to make a difference here and it does. I hope this answers your question. ;-)

  3. Karen T says:

    His energy definitely makes a difference here for those who pay attention. “Stop, look and listen Baby, that’s my philosophy….”

  4. Karen T says:

    His energy definitely makes a difference here for those who pay attention. “Stop, look and listen Baby, that’s my philosophy….” The ring tone that comes on my phone when you call. It’s Elvis! LOL.
    You taught me from the first meeting of you how important it was to do that. I do now and what I get sometimes from loved ones on the other side is so amazing! And I am beginning to get Andrew’s “hi there’s” with all the 10:22’s. He rocks! So do you Pretty Mama! Keep on keepin’ on!!

  5. admin says:

    Thanks Karen! So glad you have been able to take so much from our journey with Andrew! I know it’s stories like your and Leah’s that keep Martin and I forging ahead and our eye on the bigger picture.

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