I recently lost my gold chain with charms that mean a great deal to me. I called the place I thought I had lost them three times but to no avail. I decided I would never see them again. One charm was the last gift from my deceased son and the other from my twin grandsons. I asked God to please help me find them.
Almost a week after I lost them, there appeared a bright pink mini poster on the mail boxes of my apartment complex, stating jewelry had been found, call to identify and claim. I did that, and sure enough, Rebecca had found them outside my complex (our gates are locked so one cannot enter without a key). She made up the poster and contacted one of the tenants who lives on the street side asking if she could post this poster. She had gone to a great deal of trouble to find the one who lost the jewelry. I will forever be grateful to this wonderfully kind lady.
I most often see the glass half empty. Thank you Rebecca, for helping me to see the glass half full.
Jacquelyn Smiser, Fresno