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Money was tight because I was on maternity leave, and my husband’s salary had been reduced. I couldn’t go back to work because we had no one to look after our daughter, and on top of that, Sonia was constantly crying.
We were counting every penny and barely making ends meet. One day, a gypsy woman knocked on our door. A little boy, about four years old, stood next to her, hiding behind his mother’s skirt. The woman asked for some food. It wasn’t unusual for us to encounter such situations because our neighborhood was impoverished, with many families struggling. I went to the kitchen, and our fridge was practically empty.
Her dark eyes sparkled. She said, “I see that you’re also going through tough times, but you didn’t hesitate to share your food with me. Soon, things will get better for your family. Money will come your way, and your child’s crying will stop.”
The gypsy woman left, and I was left standing there, truly astonished. What was even more peculiar was that her words came true! My husband unexpectedly got a raise at work, and our daughter stopped crying. I generally don’t believe in the supernatural, but I can’t explain what happened any other way.