His Mysterious Ways

Seyfried, Elise
June 2007
Guideposts;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p45
The article presents an anecdote about the author's grandmother. Despite having Alzheimer's disease, the author's grandmother never failed to ask about her grandchildren. The author's sister Maureen died in a car accident, so her mother was worrying what to tell the grandmother if she asked about Maureen. The author's mother said it was a miracle when the grandmother said that she should let go of Maureen.


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