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Submitted by Karen
Categories: home, footsteps, theater
I too have lived here all my life, my grandfather owned the very first Chevron gas station that our town had. He died when I was 2 years old and I don't really have any memories of him alive. What I do have and will forever keep is the memory of his visitation to me when I was 19.
He was young in appearance and dressed in a white t-shirt and white pants, like he was at the gas station I think, he said ''I want to show you around my town the way it was'' I was not afraid or anything - it was natural feeling to me - he showed me his gas station and Main Street, we walked and talked and I was so happy to be with him.
Then he told me that I had to tell my mom something for him, I was to tell her that it is OK to cry - and that he told her it wasn't and he was wrong to have said that to her when she was younger. I agreed to tell her.|
The next day at breakfast I told my mother this and she freaked out and ran out of the room, I didn't know then that it was actually the 17th anniversary of his death and that he did indeed tell her once that it was not OK to cry....
I am so thankful that my grandfather chose me to come to, it is the single most important happening of my life..
Submitted by Kathy
Comment by Debbie: That is very awesome, I think that's a really cool story!.
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