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“WE THOUGHT THE IDEA OF SENDING BALLOONS TO HEAVEN SOUNDED GOOD, I JUST REMEMBER PRAYING, ‘PLEASE GOD. LET THESE BALLOONS FLY FOR HER ” SANDY SAID.

An Oklahoma family spent their first fatherless Father’s Day wishing the best for their missing family member in heaven. Sandy Seibold and her daughter Saige released balloons with a message attached at his grave site.

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They were extremely shocked to find that after leaving the cemetery, running a few errands, and completing the 25 mile drive home, the balloon’s message was waiting for them at their house.

After being diagnosed in September, Johnny Seibold died in May after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer.

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When they first tried to attempt this, the ribbons tying the balloons together got caught in a power line. Nothing could have been more upsetting for Saige.

Really, what are the chances of the balloons arriving just before the family did, and right by their house?

The Seibolds believe that it was something much more than just a coincidence. It was a beautiful miracle.

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