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Signs, orbs and curious
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Posted 02 January 2013 - 10:31 PM
My grandfather passed away the morning of New Years Eve.
My mum had a feeling the night before that she wanted to visit him in hospice so we did. We didn't realise who much he had gone down in such a few hours as she was there in the afternoon. Mum decided to stay the night and my brother came and kept vigil to make sure mum was ok until I got back in the early morning.
Mum then realised that she didn't have her tablets so the nurse said to go home now rather than later. So we went home (only a short distance) Mum had a shower and we were sitting down having a coffee and got a funny feeling and said we had better get back.
He had passed only minutes before we got there. That break away would have been the only break my mum would have had for the remainder of the day. So he didn't want mum to be there.
Yesterday we were visited by several willywag tails and my wedding song came on (usually does around difficult times)
Today I have been home doing printing etc for the funeral and came across a couple of photos my brother took (he's a non believer in orbs) but two of the five taken of my grandad a month? before he passed have definate small orbs in them.
Has anyone got any idea who these spirits are?
Another interesting point is that my 21/2yr old son has been really perceptive about this. Does he know something we don't?
Any feedback is much welcomed?
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