daughter passed Oct. 25, 2012.Since then she has visited us
many times.The first time I saw her on our loveseat where
she always sat. Lightbulbs have gone out around my husband.
Shortly after she passed, I awoke out of a sound sleep to
see the most beautiful ball of individual flickering lights.
I blinked and they were still there, but then they disappeared.
I have felt her presence strongly, especially while I'm in
event I want to talk about is a phone call. I had been feeling
real down for a couple of days, not having heard from our
daughter for a week or two. I was in my kitchen, doing dishes
and laundry when I cried out to her to talk to me, in my dreams
or some other way. My husband, who was out of town on a job,
called ten minutes later. We talked for five minutes and then
it sounded as though he dropped his phone into his coffee.
It made a funny warped sound.
on the line to see what had happened. I listened and heard
what sounded like 100's of weird voices talking at one time,
trying to communicate. I had never heard anything like that
before in my life. I could still hear my husband breathing
so I called out to him, but no response. I continued listening
to the voices. Thenůmy daughter spoke to me. I do not care
to share her words, but she let us know that she was ok; her
words were very soothing.
my husband's name again; nothing, just the voices talking.
I thought I would move to the kitchen because I always feel
her strongest there. I talked with her some more. Then I heard
my husband crying. I called his name; still nothing. The call
lasted around 45 minutes.
I hung up, I called my husband and asked him if he had dropped
his phone in the coffee. He said he hadn't. I asked him if
he had heard what I did, and he said yes. He never heard me
talk and I never heard him talk. But I could hear him breath
and cry. He told me he did cry, and he also talked with our
not made up. It really happened. We feel truly blessed to
have this kind of closure with our daughter, since we did
not get that opportunity when she died.
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