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...ted me to close the window he nodded, so I did. I asked Isaac did it scare him, he said no, Victoria looked over the shower curtains, that’s why I wasn’t scared. The next morning I was thinking, this angel, Victoria had a secret to tell them, I asked both of them separately if Victoria told them a secret, they said yes. My next question was could tell me what was the secret, with a strange bewildered look in their eyes, they said I can’t remember Grandma. In conclusion, I believe the secret was meant only for them with an additional message for me, I can be an angel when I die.
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