This is a story that is very dear to my heart. If you didn't believe in guardian angels or spirits before, you will now. The story is a tad long, but it's worth the wait.
About 6 years ago, my middle son (who was only 6 months old at the time) were in a really bad car accident. I was driving a compact car and got hit on the side my a 3/4 ton truck. (He wasn't drinking or a bad guy, he just wasn't paying attention.) My car was totaled. I broke my neck, my left ribs, my shoulder socket and my clavicle, and my left foot. I also punctured both my lungs (one collapsed) and ruptured my spleen. (The spleen was what almost killed me as I was bleeding internally profusely.)
Well, when he hit me, my car spun out into someone's yard. The gentleman just happened to be out working in his yard on his lunch break at the time. He also just happened to be an EMT. How's that for coincidence?
Of course, even though I was bleeding to death, I went ballistic trying to get my baby. They ended up having to sedate me to keep me still. After that, they went to pull my baby from the car. They unstrapped his car-seat from the middle of the backseat, and he was fine. Just minor scrapes and bruises.
When my family arrived at the hospital, they pulled my sister aside to talk to her. (My mom and grandmother were too distraught at the time.) They told her this is bad... She probably won't make it. They gave me emergency surgery, and aside from a couple scars and some metal plates, you wouldn't know the difference.
I was sedated for two days before I finally came to and my family came to talk to me. They told me my little boy was fine, but then my sister asked me a question. "What made you strap the baby in the middle of the back seat that day?" I had always strapped him in on the driver's side. At the time, I was young and I figured I would put him on my side when we were alone and try to protect the driver's side all together. (I know better now for sure!) I looked at her and said, "I didn't. What do you mean?" She then told me that they had pulled him out of the middle back seat, and they said that if he had been on the driver's side, he would have died.
I was in tears when I told her that I had never put him in the middle when we were alone. My guardian moved him for me to save his life. Let this not only be a lesson about car safety, but also to let you know that others are watching over us as well!