Wake-up Pages Oct. 11, 2015
Our Wake-up visitor today is Louise. It took me all day to get her story. I kept getting interrupted.
L: I'm here.
M: Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.
L: It's all right. I don't have to scratch my butt or nothing.
L It's all right cause I can't feel how long nothing takes and I'm not uncomfortable or hurting or itching or hungry or thirsty or in a hurry to go no place.
M: Oh good. Now what can I do for you?
L: I want help with my grandsons.
M: Are they dead?
L: No and I don't want them to be. But they sure are riding hard for a fall.
M: But you're dead?
L: I am. I'm an old woman. Probably should have died a long time ago.
L: Well, I had to take care of my boys. My grandsons. Weren't nobody else going to do it.
M: Their parents?
L: Both dead. All dead-- steps, live-ins and all. I gotta be there for my grandsons. They ain't got nobody but me to keep telling them right from wrong and smart from stupid.
M: I'll get Ben to talk to you.
B: Hello Louise, I'm Ben.
L: Proud to know you.
B: Likewise. You've been a good grandmother. Worked hard for those boys.
L: Lord knows that's right.
B: You've earned a good long rest.
L: Can't leave my boys.
B: It's too late; you died.
L: Guess I can't help them from here. Can I?
B: No. but you can if you move on to the TSP.
L: You mean Heaven? I don't feel right going to heaven when there is work left to do.
B: When you go to the Timeless Spaceless place, which includes Heaven, you'll be able to watch over your grandsons and help them make right choices and warn them of danger.
L: Sounds like being a grandma.
B: Exactly. They won't see you usually. But you can make your presence known and you can recruit others to help you.
L: What others?
B: #Ancestors, angels, saints. All kinds of help.
L: That sounds mighty fine. I was going to ask if I could go back, but tell you the truth, I'm just too tired.
B: Let me take you home. You can have a nice long rest, enjoy some of the things you never had time for and then check in on the boys from over there.
L: I guess I can't say no. I know I won't win if I do. You're sure somebody will be there to help my boys.
B: Look up there. Toward the light.
L: My oh my. That's everyone I ever knew or ever wanted to know.
B: Waiting to welcome you.
L: Lordy I can't hardly wait. I wish I could run to meet them. OH! I am running to meet them.
B: Bye Louise.
L: Thank you Ben.