Do you believe in the supernatural? Do you think that anyone has ever tried to contact you or send you signs from the other side?

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My mother believes that my grandmother sends us messages through blue herons. Whenever we drive by a blue heron she'll say, "Grandma's thinking about us." It's interesting, whenever we travel we'll usually see one, even in areas where there shouldn't be any blue herons. It's nice to think that that's Grandma's way of letting us know she's with us, and sometimes I believe it too.
Many people believe that blue herons are a sign that you should listen to your intuition. I love that they are a sign of your grandmother for your family.
Our son Billy died on June 26 2004 four days before his 29th birthday. We have a website in honor of our son Billy. There you can read our story and view a few pages of an amazing event which began to occur to us about 10 months after Billy crossed over to heaven. We have been able to and continue to receive many signs from Billy, mostly through photographs. Your welcome to visit our website and read our amazing story.

It is both fascinating and amazing that Billy has sent you so many signs. I'm glad to know that you continue to feel his love and presence and the peace you find therein.
Hello. I have had a lot of death over the last year. And of all deaths, i would love to have some sign from my father. I pray and wait and wait for some type of sign he is okay. I do know deep down in my heart that he is okay but i would love a sign. My nephew committed suicide September of 2008. I think or felt that i did receive a sign from him. But i want something from my dad. My aunt told me that i will not receive anything from my dad because he knows i am okay. But i am not okay. I am hanging on by a thread everyday. I would take even a dream would be nice. Continuing to wait..........
I am so sorry for your losses. I pray that you are blessed with the sign you need that will ease your sorrow and restore your hope.
Hi Melinda:

My older sister, Donna, just died of battling breast cancer for 10 years and was only 54 years old. I feel really guilty since I feel I should of been the one to die, not her, since she did so much more in life for others than I did but I believe in God and believe that he's saying I'm still alive because maybe there's more I need to do yet and maybe she had completed what she had to do. I'm not sure of that but that's one thing that helps me not feel so guilty about still being here. I, like you, also want a sign from her that she's okay and no longer suffering. Someone told me to try to ask that loved one for that just b4 you go to sleep and maybe it will come in your dream. Also, when dealing with the loss of a loved one, I recommend you check out this computer disc my sister had on her desk called "Is There Life After Death" by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD or try her website address at: I watched the computer disc and found it very comforting after my sister was gone and I hope that she saw it too so she wouldn't be so afraid of death. I'm not sure since I didn't have the chance to ask her since I found this after she had passed. When you mentioned wanting a sign from your father but you won't get one unless you're in danger, I believe that unfortunately because this disc states that as well. But who knows, maybe you and I will get the signs we want while we're healthy. I hope I was of some help.
My boyfriend always felt bad when I would get upset and start crying. If we were having a serious conversation and my eyes started to fill with tears he would make a funny face at me til I either smiled or laughed. After his sudden death on Christmas Eve morning he came to me in his way. 2 days after he died, I was on the phone with my friend and was hysterically crying. All of a sudden I dropped my signal on my cell phone. When I looked at my phone, I had 3 bars. Every time I cried on the phone I dropped my call but it never happened when I wasn't crying. Then later that night at work (we worked together at the same bar), I started breaking down again. As I cried the light outside the front door, where I was working, began to flicker. I stopped crying. Later when I started crying again, the light flickered again. The light switch is in the office where no one was at. That light has never flickered before or since then. I believe it was his way to make me stop crying since he couldn't make a face at me....may sound stupid but that's what I believe.
Hi Melissa, my name is karen, and i just joined after i saw your story. my heart goes out to you, but most of all, i can relate to you, and i do understand what ur saying about the cell phone thing. I went thru that,after my only son was killed in a motorcycle accident. the love of my life, my pride and joy, gone. gone forever. And so many strange things happen with his cell phone, and so many other strange things. It made me feel better, knowing that other people go thru this stuff also, and im not crazy. . But to talk to people who have never gone thru, they just think ur crazy. I really think ur boyfriend was telling you he was ok, and is doing good,and will keep you safe, he was telling you not to cry. Have you ever read sylvia brown books? she is really good,and i belive her, cause of the grief,and all the strange things i went thru. I belive in what she says. She says this is hell,here on earth. Are love ones are in a great place,and they know how much we miss them. Stay strong melissa, he is looking over you at all times, and wants you to stay strong. God bless.
Keep strong...
Hi Karen:

I have a cell phone too but nothing's happened to it with respect to the loss of my older sister who died on Dec. 15th. I'm dying to know if she's okay be it not on the cell phone but any way would be great. I still occasionally cry over her and it would feel better if I knew she was okay that being out of her pain and suffering from her 10 year struggle with breast cancer. Also, right to the end of her death, she was not ready to go and she never wanted to die. She was happily married with 2 teenage children and was only 54. So, you see why I'm desperately seeking to know how she is. I'm going to see a psychic that specializes in seeking out loved ones gone. Maybe, that's an idea for others too. God Bless.
I never watched "Cross country with John Edwards" until my brother passed. It's such a comfort to know that your loved ones are still very much with you. What he says is that you need to be open with the signs, whether it be a lightbulb blinking to a song you identify with them, it's their way of trying to communicate with you. I totally believe that, just be open and don't always look for it. You know what I mean? I, too, as much as anyone would love to know how my loved one is. I believe in a Higherpower, such as the Lord, and I know my loved ones who have passed on are doing so much more better than we are and they are the ones who are praying for us now. Knowing where my brother is that if I were to ask him,"Would you want to come back?" I know his response would be NO!! Just for the simple fact, that Heaven is where I would want to be, too. I LOVE YOU, LEVI, FROM YOUR BABY SIS!!!!!!!!!!!


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