When I was a little girl, about 5 years old, I was asleep in my bed. I didn't feel very good. I remember waking up and laying there. I felt very sick.
I remember seeing a blue light, like when you stare at a light bulb and then look away from it and there is a blue dot, but bigger. The blue dot slowly formed into a figure of a person. I was scared and didn't want to move or scream. The light in my room came on and the figure moved toward me forming into a woman. A woman with red hair tied in a bun with blue or maybe green eyes. She was wearing a white skirt a white top and a white hat with a red cross on it. Which now, being older, I believe she was a nurse, from possibly Red Cross.
Anyway she spoke to me. She held out her hand and said, "Amanda you need to get up. Get up and come with me to your mother now." I didn't say anything to her. I didn't feel good and didn't want to get up. Again she said, "Amanda, you need to come with me to your mother right away." So I took her hand and went with her to my mother's bedroom. She knelt down and whispered in my ear, "You're going to be okay now" and I began to cry. Standing in my mother's bedroom doorway, she walked away.
I was crying and went to my mother's bed. She awoke and said, "What's wrong? What's wrong?" I remember my mother grabbing me and feeling my head and beginning to panic. She brought me to the emergency room. The doctor told my mom my temperature was so high he was surprised my brain didn't boil.
I had to have surgery that night and tubes put in my ears. The doctor said if I had not woken up my mom that night I would have died in my sleep. I truly believe I saw an angel that night. A guardian. A spirit or something. All I know is she saved my life. I want to see her again and thank her. Or at least know who she was.
If anyone has seen her, please email me amv00003[at]yahoo[dot]com. Email RED CROSS ANGEL. Please only email me if you have had a same or similar experience or if you think you may know who she is. No spam or jokes please. Just looking for a answer. Thanks for listening.