posted on Sep, 7 2007 @ 01:34 PM
reply to post by October
An interesting experience.........'he' does sound like a shepherd. Perhaps he is there to guide......
My Mom lived about 6 years at a nursing home, and during those years when I visited her, I became fairly well acquainted with some of the other
One lady had always been quite lucid, always carried on a normal conversation, she was not in pain or on any powerful medications......but one day
she was oddly insistent about a little girl being lost, asking if anyone had found her.....and repeatedly telling me the little girl was
did not hear or see any children in the building that day. About 2 days later, I found out that she had died in the
There are of course other possibilities......a sudden stroke, or onset of infection......she might have been given the wrong medication.
My Mom had been rendered almost incapable of speech after the stroke that put her in the nursing home, but about a week before her
looked past me, and plainly said, "Momma!" to the empty wall......
My Grandmother would 'sit' with people while they were dying, back 'in the day', before there were nursing homes and hospices......she had several
stories of the dying who spoke of things they saw or heard moments before they passed.
I certainly feel there must be something there, as so many people relate these types of occurrences.....