Ponds, Carlota
January 2010
Guideposts;Jan2010, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p35
The article focuses on the author's experience on mysterious ways during the trip going back home in Wichita, Kansas. A case was presented wherein the story of Carlota Ponds, a college student from San Diego who went back to her hometown to pay respect to her cousins death. On going back, her flight was being delayed as well as her old friends from church, thus, her wished to see her old friends and the longed comfort that she was looking was coming into reality.


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