Interesting…

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Hubby being silly on our last trip to Canada in the fall before he passed away unexpectedly in December…

And I swear he is still being silly, as almost every time oldest was in my room at the house working on the bathroom floor his dad’s lamp on his nightstand would come on by itself!  It happened at least three times.  Never my lamp, only his dad’s…

Just last week the realtor told me the day of the open house she was hurrying through and turning lights on in all the rooms.  When she got to the master bedroom and walked in, one of the pulls on my dresser started moving up and down for about five seconds.  Said she thought she was imagining it at first but it kept going!  Then she jumped up and down in front of the dresser and tried to make it move again, but it wouldn’t.

I firmly believe there’s some extra energy in that room that’s making things happen.  And I never told the realtor about the light until she told me about the dresser pull.

I’m sure it’s hubby and I imagine he got a kick out of her jumping up and down in front of the dresser!

I’ve  never been sure how I felt about what happens when someone dies, but lately I’ve seen his light come on by itself many times.  Some items from his jewelry box seem to be missing, too, so I guess I’ll search for things in unexpected places!

Any thoughts?

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19 responses

  1. Hahaha! Thoughts? You know my stance on that. 10 years after my MIL died, we still find bobby-pins in the weirdest spots. I fullly believe it’s her, just droppin’ In and saying hi. He’s there. Guaranteed. And, I’d bet he’ll follow wherever y’all go. 😊

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    1. He better! I tell him that every time I’m there, that I’m bringing him with me!

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      1. Hahaha! Don’t think you have a choice in the matter. 😃

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  2. Amazing, isn’t it, Dee? I do believe that we are united once again with our loved ones. In the mean time, they have permission from the big guy to mess around with us. 🙂

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    1. Yes, someone told me she could see Paul pulling little pranks!

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  3. D, this is so awesome! Yes, he’s letting you know he’s still the light in your life! If he was a known prankster, he’s still at it. I love it! Goosebumps! ❤️

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    1. My son is very scientific and questions so much but he can’t explain it. I think he hopes its his dad! I feel like at the very least there’s extra energy there. Isn’t it great?

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      1. Yes!!! Tell him to just go with it. Maybe even say hi dad, next time it happens. He might be surprised.

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  4. I’m gonna go with he’s doing his best to show you this is not as awful as it feels.

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    1. I like that! Thanks, Roo

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  5. My cousin made a pact with another cousin that the first to die would let the other know they were still around by jingling the sleigh bells hanging in their grandma’s front hall. Sure enough, after the funeral service, everyone went back to grandma’s house and the bells were ringing.

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    1. Wow, that is very cool. And such a comforting thought!

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  6. Our spirits live on after we die. I’ve had proof of this. It’s quite awesome isn’t it?

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  7. Well, I’m convinced my mom came to visit me a couple of months after she passed away. I could smell her perfume!
    So yeah, of course he’s checking up on you. Love the prank he pulled on the agent too!

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    1. I love that your mom came to visit. It’s comforting, isn’t it?

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  8. I’m so sorry, I didn’t know he passed. I just saw your post about moving and the ice cream… decided to look back in your posts to see what I missed. Boy, I missed something huge. ❤️

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    1. That’s okay. It was completely unexpected and changed our lives forever. But we r getting along okay

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