THIS SIDE OF THE VEIL SEIBERT'S CAFE Arthur owned a cafe in LaGrange, Texas. He is a successful business man in a small German town in the Fifties, but life is never simple. OUR BLESSING Our sweet baby was greatly desired. We took her home full of happiness and love. What happened along the way changed my outlook on life forever. NO MORE SECRETS Mother's hip was shattered. A Strong woman, she saw beauty everywhere. She waved, but was it Hello or Goodbye? THE OTHER SIDE OF THE VEIL RUTH AND MARGARET, Their Shared Journal of Secrets Two sisters from Ireland came to America. They share their secrets from 1836 forward; secrets, dark and shameful. They never lost sight of what kept them together. JOHN'S TESTIMONY Born a slave, John embarked on a journey to freedom while trying to stay true to himself. Did he succeed? Take his trip. Whether you believe in Heavenly Father, Christ, the Gifts of the Holy Ghost, the Oneness, or Spirit, we are all traveling a bumpy road in this life. This road is rife with pot holes, unmarked curves, and mirages. How we perceive the value of the obstacles along the way makes us who we are. Be mindful for the personality, memories, and love that we share with others on this side of the veil goes with us when we travel to the other side. Some of the paths in this book reflect the journeys on this earth plane; while others reflect the recollections and life lessons as told by spirits from the other side. Notice if you see yourself. My hope is that that you will identify and reflect upon your own personal journeys as you get to kw Arthur, Ozue and her mother, and Beloved Mother and Granny, From This side of the veil, and Ruth, Margaret and John From The Other Side who have so much to share with you. All of us have a path that is uniquely ours, but paths cross, and it is up to us individually what we choose to collect as souvenirs from those intersections. This book is a caution light? Stop or Go? Hope or Despair? It's up to you.Which will you take Home with you? Virginia Ozue Seibert was born in Houston, Texas and received her nursing degree in 1986. A psychiatric nurse for many years, she kws the value of journaling and introspection. She has long written stories of her family from this side of the veil as a record for her children and grandchildren. Recently a near death experience reminded her of the close connection between both sides of the veil. Since then she has been on a quest, a journey if you will, to rediscover the innate intuitive well inside her. This book is a result of loved ones from both sides of the veil sharing hope and love. Now retired, Ginger, as she is kwn by family and friends, travels between Colorado and Florida writing about and exploring truths both seen and unseen.