A Personal Story Of After Death Communication
I lost my wife and soulmate two years ago after along battle over many years with cystic fibrosis. We were married for 30 years and had a wonderful life. She was the kindest human on earth and was very involved with animal rescue and conservation.
She passed away on Feb.28, 2010. This past Feb. a few days before the 2nd anniversary of her death I was awakened at 230AM to find her sitting on the edge of our bed. I was overwhelmed with a feeling of love at the very sight of her. She put her arm around me and I held her cheeks in my hands then stroked her hair as I did in life. I could feel the warmth of her body. She told me she loved me and that she was okay. She said she was sorry but had to go. We hugged and she disappeared.
I immediately became aware that I was sitting on the side of the bed and could I could feel a lingering of her warmth. I was very sad at her leaving but felt joy at having seen her,talked to her, and held her.
I had another sign on the day before this Easter as I was mowing the lawn. For background I must tell you that my wife planted Bluebonnets for 5 or 6 years in an attempt to get a permanent population started. She finally quit planting them about 15 years ago because not one single plant ever came back the following year. There has never been a single bluebonnet on this place through all those years. As I was mowing near the fence row where she always planted the bluebonnets something blue caught my eye. It was a cluster of 6 bluebonnets and I truly felt it was just a way of her saying "I'm here with you."
There is no reason to think that the seeds from past plantings lay dormant for over 15 years. I have always felt her presence here but I am now assured of her presence. What a gift I have recieved and I only hope she continues to make her presence known.
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your amazing and uplifting story about your wonderful wife! I can only imagine that an actual after death visitation must have such a profound impact...and then to have it followed by the bluebonnets!...really something indeed!