I lost my dad about a month ago dec 21st and i had another major breakdown last night because of it. I was in my hometown where i grew up to take kids to grandma's I live elsewhere now. I had to go to K-Mart and my dad's old apartment is right next to K-mart.....that did me in right there. I just broke down...then to make matters worse the cemetery is right next to the turn to the Interstate....anyway i was driving home bawling "talking to mt dad" asking him to show me signs, blah blah blah and i am sitting here today. I have the furnace cranked up to 74. I usually have it on 72 and it is comfortable. This house will NOT get warm. I can feel cold drafts on my feet. This is highly unusual for this place, 74 degrees usually cooks me. I have a sweater on, long underwear under my jeans and i am freezing to death. i have checked windows, doors and everything. I do not know if i am spooking myself of if my dad is really in here somewhere...i sound like a psycho i know...but so many people i know have had "signs". it is the cold drafts that are spooking me. if this house was normally like this i would not think twice, but it is not. we had -3o windchills the other day and the house was still warm. That is why I ask does anyone believe in ghosts?
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