Linda Comstock Doubts I Am Heather’s Father

From: Bancrofthouse@
To: velcha
Sent: March 16, 2001 3:04:37 AM GMT
Subject: Re: A thousand words

Dear Jon, Your email this afternoon is so beautiful and filled with
wonderful energy. I read it to Heather and she just loved it. It
will
be so good for her to have a father who looks on her with love. I
can
notice
my sister coming in with a kind of protective energy toward Heather.
She said she won’t believe you are the father until she sees the
blood test. I too
checked on the cost after my last message to you and the quote I got
is $600. That is ridiculous! I don’t really get why it is so
expensive. So we can look at that and maybe find something that is
more do-able. Although I that the angels always fulfill my needs in
often remarkable ways, that amount is a little steep for me. I’ll
research it and see if I can find a
more reasonable way. Although, in my heart I feel it is totally
unnecessay. Yes it definitely is time to set things straight and for
everything to
be in the open. It feels so good and a little scarey too. I didn’t
realize until now, the degree of discomfort I have felt with this
secret. And even
though we’ve not been in touch with Randy for 10 years, all this is
reactivating my fear of him. What I know in truth is that we are
surrounded by angels
that are keeping us safe and I can trust that. I don’t want to buy
into any fear, but always remember that all things are working out
and being worked
out in the perfect way.

Part of my sister, Linda’s, fears for Heather are connected with the
fact that she (Linda) was molested by relatives on my stepmother’s
side when she
was a young teenager. So she has very little trust of men and is
very
protective toward Heather. I am fairly protective, but I also know I
have to trust the Divine Wisdom within her to make wise choices. She
does need
you now to give her a greater sense of herself and I feel out of
that she will make wiser choices. Knowing she has a dad who loves
her
is so important for
her right now. It must feel to you like you just had a baby girl.
Congratulations dad! I just still feel sad that you were not there
Sept. 26, 1984. The night she was born was an experience that I will
never
forget. I insisted that she stay with me in the hospital at all
times
and would notlet the nurses take her to the nursery. I just wanted
to
stay up with her
allnight and bathe in the feeling of being in love with her that was
pervading my being. It was quite extraordinary. She is a very
special
being. I’m
so happy you found out about her now rather than waiting any longer.

Thank you

angels!

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