I have a best friend named Nami who is Japanese. She is so Nice, Sweet, and such a Beautiful person. I don’t think anyone could dislike her. The first word she taught me was LadyBug in Japanese. Which is てんとむし (Tentōmushi) in Japanese. She told me that she was confirmed to leave America and go back to Japan in April. I got three signs a week before she told me I bought Ladybug stickers!
Then after a few days after she told me, I was in bed and there was a ladybug in my room and there was never a ladybug in here before that I’ve ever seen it was really obvious that it was a sign from God!
Then today I was studying Japanese Bible terms on a site called quiz-let and there is never a Ladybug and today I was studying Japanese Bible Terms on the site and this came up. I swear to God I never looked up anything to do with Ladybugs on the site!
Then I told my mom about it and she googled it and found a website confirming that it was indeed a sign from God!
Lady Bug Site (click here also read below please!)
“The ladybug brings to each of us a spiritual awakening often seen as a message of promise. A tough little shell protects the angel like wings yet allows this little insect to gracefully fly reminding us there will always be opportunities to pursue and capture our dreams. Such a tiny creature filled with messages and gifts of joy should not be ignored. Patterning our lives after the ladybug embraces the gift of ourselves to others, especially in times of need. Words of encouragement land softly on the heart much like the delicate touch of the ladybug bringing on a smile, a hug, a tear as tiny spots of hope appear. The life cycle of the adult ladybug is short, thereby, teaching us to release worries and enjoy our lives to the fullest. When a ladybug appears in your life, the message is to “let go and let God.” Spread your wings and soar to new heights.”
To my best Friend Nami
I hope you are reading this, where ever you go where ever you are you will be missed. I hope I had a Postive impact on you and you will remember the Good times we had together this year. It’s sad to see you go but I know one day I will see you again in Japan. You will truely be missed. To my beautiful friend Nami you will always have a special place in my heart!
The first Picture we took together and the Poem I wrote you called LadyBug! You will be missed when you leave in April and are welcome back in Texas anytime.
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