In June, two visitors to Stratford were leaving the theatre after enjoying Hay Fever. As they were crossing the street the husband crumbled to the ground. The pair was immediately surrounded by four angels who knew exactly what to do.
A call was made to 911. The ambulance arrived and work began to keep the husband alive. The wife was in shock, but the angels continued to assist her. They accompanied her to the Stratford hospital and stayed with her while tests were being done. After reassurance was given to her by hospital staff, they drove her to her hotel.
In the days that followed the husband was moved to St. Mary’s Hospital in Kitchener. One angel and her husband saw that the wife was safely registered in a hotel in Kitchener near the hospital, with her car tucked into underground parking.
The husband was assessed and judged to need bypass surgery. The angel phoned and visited many times during the pre and post surgery period.
The husband is recuperating very nicely, so all’s well that ends well.
Next time as you walk around the streets of Stratford, keep your eyes open, for there are angels in your midst.