There are times when things can’t be explained.
There are other times when there can only be ONE explanation: divine intervention.
You can be the judge which applies in the story of a Oklahoma widow and her daughter, who released balloons at the grave of their beloved husband and father — the “letter to heaven” had a note attached asking whoever found it to contact the family.
When the balloons were released, they got caught in some power lines. The mother, Sandy Seibold, offered up a quick prayer.
“I said, ‘Please God, let these balloons fly for her,'” Seibold said.
And they did — a sudden gust of wind came up and freed the balloons.
But that wasn’t the remarkable thing that happened that day.
When the family got home a couple of hours later — 25 miles away — daughter Saige went to a pasture where she often goes to think and, lo and behold, the balloons and the note were waiting for her, caught in the barbed-wire fence.
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