I just wanted to share this

(10 Posts)
Kione Tue 25-Jun-13 08:57:29

My mum died when I was 26, all my life she'd been overweight and on yo-yo diets, I had put on tons of weight on before she died and wasnt happy. I know people loose appetite when upsetting things happen, but I like to think about this in a whoo-ey way because I am sure we would have laughed at it. After she died I was obviously very upset and didnt exactly loose my apetite but only fancied eating healthy stuff!! the day a really enjoyed a massive green salad and had sugar free healthshop biscuits instead of chocolate with my coffee, I smiled at myself, at her, I really felt that it was her funny parting gift grin
That might be a tad too bonkers, but that is how I felt.

Stripedmum Thu 13-Jun-13 08:29:07

This is a lovely thread

mollysmum82 Mon 27-May-13 11:42:32

Thank you for your beautiful words everyone, you've really touched me

myroomisatip Wed 13-Feb-13 21:23:20

That is lovely smile

When my Dad died I had a strange coincidence.

I went back to visit my mum and was asking about some books I had as a child. As I had my own two children at that time I wanted to read the stories to them. As it turned out my mum had given them away (I suspected she had thrown them out as she was very minimalistic).

Well we went into town and it happened that the market was on, we stopped at a stall that sold just about everything, and there, in exactly pristine condition were my books.

I had owned 8 out of a set of 30. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that those were my books and my dad arranged or me to get them back!

He was a firm believer in life after death and when my time comes to pass over I am looking forward to a lot of catching up with him smile

CloudsAndTrees Mon 11-Feb-13 10:56:12

loved, obviously!! Sorry!

CloudsAndTrees Mon 11-Feb-13 10:55:46

That's beautiful smile

Your mum must have lived you very very much.

I hope you are ok.

frustratedashell Mon 11-Feb-13 00:48:25

Thats wonderful. White feathers are a sign that Angels are around you.

ssd Tue 05-Feb-13 11:20:11

I'm really pleased for you molly

my mum died and things happened with me that I cant just put down to coincidence

its amazing isnt it

xx

IndigoBarbie Mon 04-Feb-13 22:03:44

Hi, I am sorry to hear about your Mum. I wanted to acknowledge your post by saying it is lovely to see that you have noticed these things, and attribute them to your mum. After my Dad died, almost 3 years ago now, the amount of contact, signs and 'coincidences' that occured, were just simply amazing. Not to mention I had a lot of dreams, visions and visitations from him. This is truly how our loved ones can and do communicate when they have left their body. I am so glad you felt happy tears xxx sending you love xxx

mollysmum82 Mon 04-Feb-13 21:14:28

I had a really tragedy at Christmas but I've received a lot of comfort from some spiritual things that have been happening.

I found out my mum passed away a couple if days before Christmas. It was shocking, she was only 64, she hasn't been ill and she just died in her sleep.

But some lovely things have happened that I wanted to share with you.

The morning it happened, before I had the phonecall from dad I just knew there was a presence with me in the bathroom. I thought it may have been my Aunty or gran but I sensed the presence was shorter than me, which my mum definitely was. I found out it was the exact same time she died. I'm not normally a fay person who feels presences!

My mum was really into quirky clothes and bright colours. She planted a tree in her garden 2 years ago which never flowered, but the day of her funeral it flowered lots of huge, quirky, beautiful bright orange flowers. My cousin, who was very close to her, had some similar ones grow the same day too, all the way in Australia!!

I keep finding white feathers everywhere and my cousin says there's a white bird who hasnt left her alone for days!

Who knows, it could be coincidence but it had filled me with happy tears smile

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