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Old 08-02-2014, 03:04 PM
 
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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Originally Posted by OwlKaMyst View Post
She is not weird.
Indeed she saw and knew something on a more ethereal level.
I experienced something similar when my grandfather passed away, as in I was told before my mother told me. And my grandfather was not sick.

Children are often much more open to these sort of impressions and messages. Not weird or odd at all.
I agree. When I was a kid and my grandfather died and again when an older close family friend died, I knew in advance what day they would die (both were terminally ill). I felt really bad because the family friend was going to die on my mother's birthday, and she really loved him. With my grandfather, I prepared to pretend I was grieving because I really didn't like him but didn't find it acceptable to be honest about that at the time. I am not sure by what means I was "told". I just suddenly knew. The information came into my head and then was just there.

My daughter was eight when my father died suddenly of a heart attack. We lived with my parents at the time. My father died around 2 a.m., and my daughter slept through the EMTs arriving and trying to save him, etc., so she didn't witness any of it. I had to tell her when she woke up.

She later told me that a couple of days later, she was in my parents' bedroom looking at jewelry or something on my mother's dresser, and when she looked at the mirror attached to the dresser, she said there was Grandpa, wearing that red plaid shirt he always wore, grinning at her. He waved and she waved back and then she turned around and looked and he was gone.
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