*** OCPO FACEBOOK FOLLOWER OF THE WEEK *** Sometimes all it takes in life is to…


Sometimes all it takes in life is to be at the right place at the right time. That’s the case for this weeks recipient of the OCPO FB Follower of the week. Trish Levins is a Facebook newbie who hasn’t been on for even a year and only has a hand full of posts, but as fate would have it she managed to comfort me, a complete stranger, and I’m hoping others with this post.

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Always wanting to improve our page, from time to time I’ll look back at posts to gauge followers response. I stumbled upon Trish’s post when checking yesterday’s “Make Me Smile” musical interlude. At that exact moment I was reflecting on a lost loved one who I dearly miss and it was comforting to think that they may still be out there in spirit. Actually, I’d like to believe not just in the form of a cardinal, but butterflies and all sort of other forms. Whatever brings a smile or comforting memory. Yes Trish – your post was not an earth shattering accomplishment, but important enough to me at the time and hopefully to others. That is what being the OCPO FB Follower of the week is about – doing something positive no matter how big or small.

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So Trish all of us at OCPO comment you for bravely venturing out to the internet into the facebook world, for taking the time to stay up on OC events, for supporting us in our efforts to keep OC safe, and for a fleeting comforting moment – Al Della Fave.

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A cardinal is a representative of a loved one who has passed. When you see one, it means they are visiting you. They usually show up when you most need them or miss them. They also make an appearance during times of celebration as well as despair to let you know they will always be with you. Look for them, they’ll appear.

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