Popular Post james j neiweem Posted September 16, 2013 Popular Post Share Posted September 16, 2013 I have been a Mack nut (enthusiest) ever since a young lad of about 10. Recently our family underwent a tradgedy as our son Ben of 24 years of age passed away in Alaska. We took some of the flowers from the service and set them out in a tidal river. Two days later some of the flowers showed up back at our dock with a Rosary entwined. Before the service my wife, daughters and myself picked out a grave site on a hill in the local cemetary near the cemetary flagpole. After looking at several sights we picked out this one. A few days after the service my wife and I were tending to the grave sight flowers and such. I took a short walk and three stones away to the north was a stone with Mack chiseled in the pink granite. Needless to say my wife and I were astonished. About three days later we were again at Ben's grave and again I took a walk around. This time two stones to the east was another Mack gravestone in grey granite directly in line with Bens. Only God could have know ahead of time where my son would lie. God speaks to us in various ways. Pretty awsome and amazing God.James Neiweem 12 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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