Amazing

The Wife and Mother’s Unexpected Caller

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One morning she woke up and she seemed to hear a noise from the living room. To her surprise, she saw her husband. She didn’t expect to see him at all because their home was far away from where he worked as a truck driver.

‘Where are your bags?’ she asked.

‘I didn’t take them, now I just came to talk.’

She was puzzled at his affection and pleasantness because before he had left on his latest haulage contract there had been a heated argument and then afterwards they didn’t talk for days.

‘What do you want to talk to me about?’ she asked.

‘I came to tell you that when I was leaving, there were many pointless and stupid debates between us, but I want you to know that I love you so much anyway. In the last few days, I wanted to call you a thousand times, but my pride, my stubbornness, was stronger and wouldn’t let me! I want you to forgive me.’

Immediately her heart softened as he added: ‘I just want you to know I love you so much and I’m proud of you for everything you do every day for our family.’

After a pause, he added, ‘You and our children are the most important and valuable in my life.’

He then quietly kissed her on the forehead. ‘Please don’t forget, whatever happens, I’ll always be here for you. I will need to go now but this road is going to be a long one.’

At that moment the phone rang. After making sure he had called the right number the caller then identified himself and expressed his condolences.

‘Good morning ma’am, I am sorry to tell you that your husband has been involved in a serious accident. I am sorry, we couldn’t save his life.’

For a moment, the haulier’s wife was in shock but then replied, ‘I am sorry but it is a misunderstanding My husband is here at home. I just talked to him. You must have called a wrong number.’

After hanging up she went around the house looking for her husband and as she did so she searched in every room. Her husband was nowhere to be found. It was at that moment that she felt her soul filled with great pain and her whole body went cold.

Her heart froze and she fell to her knees in the middle of the living room. She realized her husband had not come home as he usually did. What seemed so real to her was only a vision and the calling was not bad and it was only the soul of the husband that had called to bid her goodbye.

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