reply to post by kdog1982
I'm not sure that I can help much, but I just wanted to add that your wife's dreams of her dad are amazingly similar to the dreams I've had of my
My father passed away at the age of 24 when I was only 4 years old. I had just turned 4, actually. When I was little, I would have dreams that he
would visit me and we would talk. The dreams usually ended with him telling me that he had to go and couldn't stay. It wasn't long before the
From the time I was a teenager, until the time I was in my early thirties, I may have had one or two dreams about him. I'm in my late thirties now
and the dreams have returned. When they first started, he would be weak and wouldn't speak. He couldn't even open his eyes. The exception to this
is one dream I had in which he was sitting in a wheel chair and I was able to hug him and he told me he was proud of me. After that though, the
dreams went back to him being weak, unable to move, usually lying in bed, unable to open his eyes or speak. Eventually, he started getting stronger
in my dreams. During the last dream, he was able to carry on a conversation with me, although, sadly, I can't remember a word of it.
He was in
bed, but he was trying to open his eyes, which is something he couldn't do in the dreams before that one. I have a pretty good feeling that the next
time I dream of him, his eyes will be open.
My mother was pregnant with my younger sister when my father died, but my sister still dreams of him, and oddly enough, her dreams are the same as
mine. He is weak and can't speak or open his eyes. We hadn't discussed our dreams with each other so we didn't know we were having very similar
dreams. Oddly enough, there was also an occasion where my dad told her that he was proud of her. Same as me! Blew my mind. I have to believe that
our father is truly communicating with us in our dreams.
Life is strange and I can't explain it, but I'm sure that your wife's father is truly communicating with her and that they aren't just dreams. If
he says he's fixing things and everything will be ok, I would trust that everything will be fine.
My father has been dead for nearly 33 years now, but I truly believe that he is still hanging around and helping me out.