Here are some different experiences I had after my fiancee has died in August of 08. I have smelled his bodywash in my car but if someone is sitting in the passenager seat I won't smell it. I have had my arm gone from normal temperture to ice cold after asking for a sign that he is still here with me. Also my candle has gone crazy. The flame will stand still and then once some certain songs comes on like your wedding song that we pick out and songs that mean something ot us. Then I was "push" but not in a threating way but to push me over in my bed to make room. I just closed my eyes to try and go to bed and something push against my hip I jump so high and then it happen two hours later when I tried to go to bed again. Then I have used a the ouija board. Last night was my second time using it. So I was talking to James with his one sister. She asked if his other sister haven't taken him off the FREE health insurance would you be alive today, would you have beatten your cancer? He said YES. I got so mad because at his sister, because the only reason she took him off was because he wouldn't(couldn't) give her money to pay all of her rent and that he was moving out and back in with his dad. Which left him without his chemo, and all the meds he was on for three months. He also told me that he watches me sleep at night and his mom is watching over me to protect me too. And he was sorry for scaring me by pushing over that night twice. Then he told me that he was proud of me that I was keeping promises. Even though I haven't fulfill them completely I haven't gave up. Those are just a few experiences I have had.
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