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 Post subject: Need to Know Mom is OK
PostPosted: June 18th, 2006, 11:05 pm 
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Hey ya'll. I need some help in knowing for certain that my Mom is ok on the other side. She passed on in November, '04 and I have had the feeling that I have to know that she is ok. Can anyone help me?

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Bonnie, this may sound very simplistic, but just ask her! And then be on the lookout for her answer, in whatever form it comes.

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Will do...sounds funny but my oldest daughter (will be 17 in Oct.) says she hears 'Grandma' all the time. AND I found a sock that I had been looking for on the basement stairs that lead to the washer and dryer. One of Mom's pet-peeves was single socks! :lol: Funny thing was that I was actually heading down there with a load of whites/socks to wash right then! I told her thank you and thanked my grandpa if it was him. Probably Mom though....Grandpa usually finds things you've lost and ask help finding... :roll:

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Excellent! Sounds like communication to me.

About finding lost items, does your Grandpa do any freelance work? LOL!

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