First day my
sister passed away, my brother and other sister and I decided to gather around
her bed while she was still lying there and hold hands and say a prayer.
My brother and sister had their eyes closed, and I tried to close mine
also, but, something told me to look up and when I did, I saw my sister Tina
holding hands and smiling with my father. It
wasn't that clear, but clear enough to know that she was there and was very
happy about what she was seeing. I
never told anyone that before.
Next thing was, after that, we got in the car and the radio was playing a
song, "Cup of Life"......that was my sisters favorite song.
We made several stops along the way and got out of the car numerous
times, but each time we got back into the car, that song would come on.
My brother said, that the song was driving him nuts and so we changed the
channel Only to find it playing on another station.
I was in a book store one day, and I was in the cooking section looking
for something, but I just couldn't search for anything.
My sister loved cookbooks and me and her used to collect them.
For some apparent reason, I was feeling my worse, and saw this little
book, titled, "Hello From Heaven"....I picked it up and read the cover
and put it down. I thought that it
was another "nonsense" book, but wondered how it got to the cooking
section. Anyway, I was trying to
walk out of the book store, when something just kept telling me to go back and
buy that book. Eventually I did,
figuring I'd have something to read on the train while going home from work that
day. As it turned out, the book
said so many things that I have experienced.
Before this incident about the book, I was sleeping and heard the phone
ring twice, but didn't pick it up.....I was too tired.
I was half sleeping, I think, and half awake, but I remember my sister
talking to me....I was talking on the phone and but it was very static.....I
said, "Tina, is that you"? and she said, "Yes, honey......don't
forget, Tell Mommy I love her".
I heard that twice and then when I awoke fully, I saw the phone wire
moving as if I just hung up the phone. I
told my mother and she cried.