Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX

March 5, 2014

Ezequiel Eli Vega


— Ezequiel Eli Vega was called to Heaven on Feb. 25, 2014. From your Mother: I thought of you and closed my eyes and prayed to God today. I asked “what makes a mother?” I know I heard him say, “A mother has a baby.”

This we know is true. “But God, can you be a mother when your baby is not with you?” “Yes you can,” he replied with confidence in his voice. “I give many women babies, when they leave is not their choice. Some I send for a lifetime and others for the day, and some I send to feel your womb, but there is no need to stay.” “I just don’t understand this God; I want my baby to be here.” The Lord took a deep breath and cleared his throat, and then I saw the tear. “I wish I could show you. What your child is doing today. If you could see your child’s smile, with all the other children.”

We go to earth to learn our lessons of love, life and fear. My mommy loved me oh so much; I got to come straight here. I feel so lucky to have a mom who had so much love for me. I learned my lessons very quickly. My mommy set me free. I miss my mommy oh so much, but I visit her every day. When she goes to sleep on her pillows where I lay; I stroke her hair and kiss her cheek and whisper in her ear, “mommy don’t be sad today, I’m your baby and I’m here.” So you see my dear sweet ones your children are okay; your babies are born here in my home and this is where they will stay. They will wait for you, with me.

From your Father:

We had oh so little time to share, too soon, I had to leave. I know how much you love me. I know how much you grieve. I know how sharp your pain is, I feel the aching in your hearts. My life so quickly ended before it barely had started. I remember how you held me and kissed my face and hands. You cuddled me so gently but God had other plans. I was your perfect angel from God you knew I came. Suddenly he called me home again, and now God holds my hand. I know you will always miss me. I understand your pain is hard to bear. Just remember that I’m in heaven and we’ll see each other there. So smile when you think of me and wipe away all your tears. I’m cuddled now in heaven by our family members here. I’m waiting here in heaven, and on the day we meet again, I’ll be the first to smile and greet you, when God calls you home to him. “Cuddled in Heaven.”

A Rosary will be held on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Survivors are parents, Miguel and Angelica Vega; brother, Shaquan Galindo; sister, Abri Vega; grandparents, George and Delilah Galindo and Yolanda Vega; along with numerous family and friends.

Condolences may be left at www.bcbfuneralhome.com.

Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home