The Gift That Keeps On Giving!

Well, I told Andrew that I wanted a gift for his 21st birthday that kept on giving and, MAN! Did he deliver it! He’s so good to his PrettyMama! This Spirit drawing just keeps on giving! Even Roger, the artist is spinning from it! After our radio interview today with Roger, I was flying! My life has been like an episode of TOUCH lately. You talk about a beautiful way the Universe orchestrated all of this? Well, this would be it! All three of us are in awe of how this has come to be. It is truly amazing! And the messages are definitely universal. Now this is a video that should go viral!

I know I posted the video in my last post, but I want to post the updated one Roger did because it is so much more powerful. You can definitely tell that this Spirit drawing is Andrew when you actually see Andrew speak, then see his pic side by side the drawing. Anytime you feel out of sorts, watch this video, it should sort your energy right out! Enjoy!


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5 Responses to The Gift That Keeps On Giving!

  1. Karen T says:


    What an awesome freakin present he delivered!!

  2. admin says:

    I’ll say!

  3. admin says:

    This video has rocked my world!

  4. Dianne Moore says:

    thank you for sharing. I loved seeing what a sweet spirit Andrew has become. You are some of the luckiest parents in the world to have the sweet love of your son. Not many people experience that. Count yourself LUCKY …his love continues.

  5. admin says:

    Dianne, he was so sweet here too. You remember the running a muck, ball of energy little boy, who was sweet, but quite a handful. He became such a gentleman, such a Master Teacher. Martin & I were just in awe of him as he continued to grow. He became bigger than our son while he was here. Our relationship was bigger than a parent/child one. His wisdom & knowledge ran so deep for being so young. He blew us out of the water!

    If you have an e-reader you should read the book I did about our journey w/him called, No Regrets. I have it in hard copy as well. I talk about him when he was younger, then the rest of the book is the blog about our time w/him in hosp. Truly inspiring! I do feel so lucky & honored to have been his mother this lifetime. Part of what has driven me is my mama gene’s anger that he left. He was such a bright light here! I knew my son did not come here to fade away & was going to make sure I did everything in my power to make sure he continues to shine. Even w/him being on the other side, we have a closer relationship w/him then a lot of parents do w/their kids here. But of course, this isn’t our 1st rodeo together! ;-)

    Thanks for stopping by & keeping in touch!

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