Lapeer Mom Finds Pottery Bowl At Rummage Sale Made By Her Deceased Daughter
I do believe we get signs from family and friends we have lost. This past summer I was positive I was getting messages from my deceased dad through my outdoor lights. I am not kidding, but I guess that is a story for another day.
Today is all about a wonderful story of just that - a sign from beyond. Denise hemmed and hawed about attending a rummage sale at the Lapeer Center Building. The end result, she went - and boy is she glad she did. While walking through the sale, Denise spotted a very special object. A pottery bowl that was made by her daughter, Kaitlyn, who was killed in a car accident in 2017, at just 23 years of age.
According to Denise, the bowl was on a table with quote 'a bunch of junk', but she felt compelled to pick it up. How amazing is that? Upon further inspection of the bowl, Denise saw her daughters signature on the bottom of it. Can you even believe it? I am not kidding when I tell you I am in tears typing right now.
Denise is now hoping to connect with the person who donated the pottery bowl to the Lapeer sale. As you can imagine, Denise is beyond thrilled to have the bowl in her possession, but is super curious about the person who had the bowl, and the story behind receiving it. I'll say. I hope whoever it is comes forward to share this awesome tale.
According to ABC 12, Denise Becker is set up at the Lapeer Farmers Market on Wednesday's and Saturday's. To watch a video of Denise talking about this amazing discovery, click here.
I think tonight might be a good night to pour a glass of wine, sit on my patio, and have a chat with dad (porch lights). There are signs everywhere, if you are open to them.