At the beginning of the week I needed to find someone to replace my son's headlight. My son is determined to learn how to fix things and as a single mom I'm not going to lie it breaks my heart a bit that he has no male presence in his life to teach him. We attempted to do it ourselves but it just wasn't possible to maneuver without me having a heart attack thinking we were going to make it worse. I wrote previously about how I went into the shop and struck up a conversation/friendship with the owner. Well two days later my son was having issues with his car running rough and I called the mobile mechanic to come and look at it. He took one look and gave us an estimate and told us he needed the car for a whole day so we'd have to make an appointment and bring it to his shop. I took that knowledge and called my new friend for another estimate. She asked me to bring the car in because she wanted the mechanic to look at it so she could try to save me some money in case we didn't need a full tune up. I reluctantly rearranged my day and took his car there after I dropped him at work. She was so excited to see me. She told me on the phone she wanted me to bring my cards and she couldn't wait to see me because her whole life changed after meeting me. I couldn't help but laugh because I didn't do anything and I certainly haven't been Suzy Sunshine this past week, but I'd take the morale boost.
I walked into the shop and she hugged me so tightly. I sat down and there were other customers there so we didn't get started right away. We talked for a while then finally the mechanic came in and asked me to come outside. He explained what needed to be done to the car (same as the mobile guy) and he quoted me a price far less than Mobile man. I was so excited I told him I'd bake him cookies if he could get the car done on Monday. He quickly replied "Peanut butter" with a chuckle. I said you got it! It was so friendly and I felt safe which is something I don't usually feel especially with mechanics. (My AZ mechanic aside).
We went back inside and I started doing a reading for my new friend. She called the young apprentice in to translate. She was teary eyed with some of the messages I gave her and then she asked if I had any information for the young man. I read for him and he started to cry. He was totally moved and understood exactly what I was talking about. The Angels never ever fail. With that the mechanic came in and my new friend explained quickly that we weren't doing anything witchcraft like it was all light and love. He quickly sat down to get his messages. I think he almost fell off his chair when I asked him if he had issues with his knees. I'm not going to lie I never get tired of seeing people's reactions when I do a reading. It's SO rewarding to see people have that understanding come over their faces. He got a bit teary eyed too with his messages and they both realized that they were meant to be working together and they were each an answer to the others prayers! It turns out she just hired him this week AFTER I was in the shop. She told me that I changed the whole energy in the shop, I made it "clean" and joyful. She motioned like a tornado and said that's what I did to the energy. I was so moved. After I left the other day she turned to the angels and asked them to bring her the right man for the job. Two days later he called her. I should never be surprised at these occurrences but I'm not going to lie it still gives me goosebumps and makes my heart beat a bit faster.
I also realized that a good mechanic will come in handy for other business ventures that I hope are coming to Florida. And they have a huge parking lot that I discussed possibly using for the same venture as well as potential investors she might know. This meeting was definitely divinely orchestrated and it definitely lifted my spirits this week. They were even kind enough to give me a ride home and I couldn't help but feel blessed. On so many levels. It reminded me that I needed to return to my angel readings and that God always gives you opportunities to make a difference in people's lives and for them to make a difference in yours, but you have to be open to it. I was drawn to that specific shop and that was no accident.
So pay attention to the divinely orchestrated occurrences around you....because as you know miracles can happen in any day in the life!