posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 03:01 AM
I am your man, Headcheck. Had a very similar thing happen to me and my niece about five years ago.
My younger brother Danny passed away a few years ago after a two year battle with Cancer. I've always associated Danny saying 'hello' to me from
the other side whenever I come across a stray coin on the ground that someone had dropped or how ever it got there. It happens to me, like everyone
else, once a week or so, all the time, right? I can't remember how it got started but... Anyway, I'll just tell you about the experience his
daughter and I had.
Danny's daughter, Deborah and I were talking while sitting next to each other at a table at Tom's Farms picnic area near Corona, CA at a family
party. We were at the far south end near the parking lot. We were alone at the time as the other family members were off running around the park. Deb
was a little sad that day, missing her Mom and Dad. I should mention here that Cancer had also taken Deborah's Mom a year before Danny. Both of her
parents gone within a year at the age of 20. Having to see all the other Moms and Dads with their kids at the park, I could easily see why it would be
painful. Deb and I helped each other thru those tough times. It felt like they would never end. Whether it was sharing stories, advice, books, or just
time. It was tough. I hope I helped her as much as she helped me.
As we're sitting side by side at this picnic table I started to tell her about this 'coin finding / Danny saying hello' link that I have. I
thought if I could get her to think the same way the next time she came across a stray coin, it would give her a connection to her Dad that she
needed. Like it does for me. As I'm explaining that anytime she finds a coin, associate it with her Dad saying 'hello'... a penny drops straight
down in between us from the sky, as we're looking at each other. There were no trees, no people near us. Nowhere for that penny to come from. We were
in total shock. It was and still is just amazing because it wasn't going fast like it fell a long way. It just gently passed our eyes and it landed
on the bench between us. I could actually tell it was a penny as it was falling. Deborah, still looking at me, said, "How did you do that?" I simply
replied, "Deb, you were looking right at me. I didn't move. And my hands were right here on the bench". We were, and still are, so amazed and have
no logical explanation for that coin's appearance other than it materialized so Danny could say 'hello'. Deborah still carries that penny with her
everywhere. An amazing day.
I'm thinking it may be a co-worker of yours from the Apple store saying 'hello' from the other side.