Kathleen A. Wagner,
1969 - 1987
Kathy, honey, my little fuzz:
Even though you gave up your life when we were
teenagers, you left behind countless blessings.
Now it’s my turn to give back to you. It’s my
honor—a true gift and blessing—to tell your (our)
story, and to share with others how we’ve grown
together, and healed each other from one dimension
to the next, despite our apparent “distance.”
I wouldn’t be the person I am today—a fulfilled
mom of two and a successful businesswoman—if it
wasn’t for you and our relationship since you
journeyed back to heaven. I’ve never doubted
that you left this physical plane to help those
you love from the other side; your angelic
imprint is everywhere and a constant in our
lives. Thank you for caring for us so deeply,
and for being my inspiration, role model,
guidance councilor, (and I mean, in every sense
of the word), my best friend.
I hope you enjoy this journey back in time for the
purpose of helping others achieve what we have—a
joyous two-way connection in which I continue your
work here on Earth (living for two, baby!), and
you never cease guiding, entertaining, and
blessing us beyond belief. You are my secret
weapon, my staunchest ally, my heavenly eyes and
ears. I can’t wait to share with readers all
you’ve taught me so that they, too, can have what
we have with their loved ones who have “passed
I have experienced moments of intense pain
reliving your passing for this book, but you’ve
shown me over the years that it’s all part of
the canvas of a beautiful life. Death is, after
all, a part of life for all of us. I’ve come to
see that it’s not some horrible “end” to be
feared but a true beginning to be celebrated.
Thank you for showing me how to celebrate life
after life, to open my heart to love, and to
profoundly understand the passing from this
world to yours.
I love you so very much, my forever angel sister.
From my heart and soul to yours.
Now, let’s go forth and spread a little of your
GYB, Your Little Sis