Aaron's Mailbox: A Mother's True Journey as She Reconnects with Her Son After His Passing and the Miracles That He Sends; His Spirit Li

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MILL CITY PressINC, Nov 1, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 116 pages
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Miracles are all around us; we just have to know how to listen. Gayle and Tom had it all: a wonderful family, four beautiful children, a future full of plans. Then, in the spring of 2008, the unimaginable happened. Their 21-year-old son Aaron was killed in a motorcycle accident.

A few months after Aaron's death, Gayle met a medium, Melanie May-a meeting which she found later was completely orchestrated by Aaron. Reluctant to trust in the abilities of a medium, Gayle decided she was willing to take the leap of faith for the chance to communicate with her son. After all, given Aaron's "bigger than life" presence in life, it made sense that he would continue this tradition even in death.

Aaron's Mailbox takes us on Gayle's journey, as-with the help of Melanie-she reconnects with her son after his passing, and regains the joy that was so abruptly taken from her. Whether or not you're convinced there is anything after death, Gayle's story will cause you to wonder: Is there life after death? Do my loved ones stay with me even after passing on?

As a mother, the greatest heartbreak imaginable is the death of your child. When confronted by such a hardship, hope seems impossible to grasp. But Gayle reminds us that even in the face of the most horrible tragedy you can imagine; hope remains.

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