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Page 49 - With Kay Currie, Westmount

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1995/8/1 (160 reads)

liJce that. And he lifted his head. And there was like a ray went right through me. And as that went through me, it said--a revelation that was given to me--my mother would die, but my mother-in-law would live. (I see. So Jesus' head was down, but the head raised.) Yeah.... Opened up his eyes, and the most beautiful blue eyes--I never saw the colour before in my life. The most beautiful blue eyes. Of course, I was offer? ing up my pain. I nearly went crazy going up (the Holy Stairs) . Pain in my foot was wide open. But anyway, that's what happened. So when I left there, came back down to the (train) station, who met me but Grand? ma- -we call her Grandma--she met me with the cinder, that came out of her eye. Just it happened at that very moment. Kay laughs. It's hard to believe. From the moment it was revealed to me, my mother became well and was granted the same until she died, August 26, 1950. On that day, she called me into her room at 3 p.m. and said, "Catherine, I will be dead before the day is over," also men? tioned personal things she wanted me to do. I wasn't surprised at 6 p.m. she be? came unconscious, at 9 she died. A few days after, my foot miraculously cured. I knew she was in Heaven. July 1st, 1951, my sister-in-law noticed me limping. She asked me, "What is wrong?" I said, "I believe my foot is going to be ulcerated again. It's giving me sharp pains." The next morning it was open. Immediate? ly I knew it was for a soul, so I offered it up. I was ex? pecting my tenth child. When touring the Cabot Trail, '' you'll enjoy your stop in Cheticamp. It is a '' friendly village with strong Acadian traditions. While in Cheticamp, why not enjoy a meal at Le Gabriel? We offer imsurpassed Acadian hospitality and cuisine. The dining room ' We offer seating for 125 people, and many traditional dishes. As well, you might dine on fresh local seafood, sizzling steaks, fresh baked bread and sinfully delicious desserts. Best entertainment for miles around Le Gabriel would like to invite you to visit our great hall, for the best in local entertainment! Tuesday: Square Dancing & Fiddling Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat.: Popular Music Saturday & Stmday: Fiddling We offer full lounge service, and the best entertainment for miles aroimd. • fully licensed service • air conditioning • U. S. currency accepted Le Gabriel l'K ...t*. if'iSI'' P.O. Box316 J''''/T InihU/O' Cheticamp, Nova Scotia While in Cheticamp, don't forget to visit Rora's craft shop, which offers a variety of locally crafted items. on the Cabot Trail Best selection of hooked rugs Flora's offers an excellent selection of rugs and other hooked items, made by over 100 local craft ladies. We also feature other quality handcrafts and souvenirs. • Coasters • Sweaters • Chair seats • Quilts • Wall hangings • Placemats • Rugs SX. Pv * Tartans Flora's has served the tourist industry for over 25 years. We welcome tour groups for one stop shopping. You're sure to enjoy /" our rug hooking dem? onstrations! U. S. CURRENCY AT BANK RATE. ALL MAJOR CREDIT i CARDS ARE ACCEPTED, AWARDS Cape Breton Tourist Association Best Craft Shop Entrepreneur Award Relax and enjoy a treat in our comfortable eat-in ice cream parlor. • Frozen yogourt • Soft ice cream • Fresh Muffins • Coffee & Tea P. 0.80x316, Cheticamp, N.S. BOE 1 HO PHONE: (902) 224-3139 49
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