Updated: Jul 14, 2021
Some of the most convincing evidence I can give during a reading is of things passed down. Spirit moms and grandmas tell me about special recipes, dishes, wedding gowns, rings, afghans, and traditions. Spirit dads and grandpas tell me about tools, cars, fishing gear, names, military awards, furniture even including a very detailed poker table once!
I've always felt close to my grandmother, her name was Gabrielle. I never got to meet her since she died well before I was born. I feel the same about a grandfather I never meet either, I'm named after him, Antonio.
When my oldest son was born he was critically ill. The doctor told us he was so sick that the only thing that we could do at that time was pray! Hard to hear coming from a man of science. So my mom said I'm going home to call everyone to ask them to pray. She did, and miraculously hours later the doctor came back to us and said "there is no medical explanation why his white blood cell count had doubled in an hour" and then tripled shortly after that. The power of prayer!
Anyway, once he was healthy enough to come home I would check on him in his crib and noticed often at night that there was a dark figure also checking on him when I went into the room. I mentioned this to my mom and she said "that's my mom, I also prayed to her and asked her to watch over Zack." Thanks, Grandma!
I treasure some of the things passed down to me from my grandparents and I get to see them every day.
Below are a few of the things that have been passed down to me:
The headboard and bed frames, handmade by my Grandfather Joe, for his daughters. My mother slept in one of these beds.
My Grandmother Gabrielle who watched over my son...her teacup.
My other Grandmother Florence's jewelry.
Antique Hawaiian Leis given to my Grandfather Antonio when he was stationed in Hawaii while in the Airforce. And the Chinese blanket chest that he bought as a gift for my grandma while he was there.