Widow Faces Hefty Fines Until "Little Angels" Appear
Holly Reyes 2/22/2016
Agnes let her relative store things in her yard, but it quickly became dumping grounds for trash of all kinds. With a good and sharing heart, this 90 year old woman opened up her own space, but in turn it all backfired on her when neighbors began reporting her and she could soon acquire fines of $2,500 per day if she would not get it taken care of. She could not even keep up with indoor repairs let alone a whole yard used as a giant dumpster. Just when it all seemed impossible, through all the gloomy clouds, a ray of sunshine appeared when a man showed up at her door.
A non-profit organization called Operation Blessing came by with ready hands to clean and get to work. Going above and beyond, they removed all the trash, the old trailer, and all the built-up junk, but kept sending more blessings her way. They renovated her yard by putting a garden in it for her to enjoy, they repaired her roof, surprised her with an air conditioner for her home, and so much more.
Agnes recognizes God and his protection over her through their generosity and thanks them calling them her "little angels."