Safety Angel ® was blessed to have worked briefly with Louisa Angelika Yebba.
Although unable to speak, walk or see, she still managed to capture so many hearts with her beautiful smile, affection, and steadfast spirit. Our time together was short, but the impact of her life on mine will never be forgotten. Up until her death we didnít know her middle name. We found out later that her name was Angelika, which means Angel. Louisa Angelika was truly Godís angel to so many in her brief time with us.
Angel Avenue is dedicated to her and other children that have touched our lives in some special way. This special section of the website is designed for those who would like to share poems, prayers or stories about an angel(s) who touched your life.
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In Memory of
Louisa Angelika Yebba
Born March 3, 1997
Died January 15, 2003
God saw you getting tired
And a cure was not to be,
So he put his arms around you, and whispered "Come to Me"
With tearful eyes we watched you, and saw you pass away.
Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.
Ms. Yebba's eulogy, to her daughter Louisa
January 15, 2003
Good Morning Lord.
I know that you will be taking care of all these gathered here in Louisaís memory.
I always knew the day would come that you would call for her. I have Peace for I know thereís no better place.
For Louisa, there will always be sunny days and warm rays and no more suffering.
All I ever wanted was a little girl and the Good Lord granted her to me. I fell in love with her the very first time I saw her.
Louisa Angelika taught me the value of life and the meaning of loving unconditionally. She taught me to always forgive for the sake of Love.
Through her and because of her-she taught me that it was not always important to win, but what mattered most was to be the better person.
She taught me the meaning of honesty and to be humble. Most importantly she taught me that God does not like ugliness, and he takes care of all things.
I was a roaring Lion and she tamed me.
I learned because of her-there would be differences of opinions and nothing would come easy. She taught perseverance, and tenacious I was.
I gave to her my best and today I have no regrets.
She gave so much to me and others. More than we were capable of giving her, you see she was an Angel from above.
Forgiveness! Above all!
She taught me respect for all things. She taught others to rethink their ways...
You see she choose me for her mother, because she was an Angel and she knew there would be others...
Her legacy would be that first of all to know Love, you must realize it comes with suffering. She taught me gratitude. Be grateful for all things.
She has spread her wings and left me, to help others. All children are Godís children-
but she knew special needs children are Godís Angels.
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