When I was a young buck going to broadcasting school in Wausau, Wisconsin I had something unusaul happen to me. I was on my way to work at a grocery store on the other side of town and it had been snowing a bit. As usual I was cutting it close on time so I was in a bit of a hurry. I came to the top of this hill and at the bottom of the hill, maybe some 50 to 70 yards away, was a traffic light. It was red. There was a station wagon parked at the light. I touched my brakes and started to slide. There were two lanes and I was in the left lane. To my right was a snow grader, so cutting over into that lane was not an option. I only had a few seconds to decide what I was going to do. Then, in a moment of clarity, it all became quite clear what to do. Speed up, get past the grader, cut the wheel at the last second to avoid the wagon, and then slide over into the right hand lane. What? You're kidding right? But that is exactly what I did and I just missed the wagon by about an inch and came to almost a perfect stop in the right lane. How did that happen? There is no way the I should have avoided an accident, or at least plowed through the intersection. At the time I didn't think much of it, but since many other similar incidents have occured it has made see things in a different light. I know I got an "assist" from someone or something that day. Was it a guardian angel? Was it a family member who passed? Over the years I have met some people who have claimed to work with angels. Like many of you, at one time, I might have thought that these folks were exposed to a little too much paint thinner. However over time when you talk with people and get to know them and witness events for yourself you start to see that most of them are just like anyone else. My guest this week is Debbie Bergeon, she describes how she got involved with angel work and what has led her where she is now. What do you think about this topic?