See You in a Few Minutes
My husband recently died from cancer. For years we have had interest in afterlife research, EVP, etc., so he had an understanding of this type of thing. We agreed that whoever went first would let the other know they were fine. During my husband’s stay in hospital a few days before he passed as I slept at his bedside on a cot, I heard him speaking. I woke up thinking a nurse had come into the room.
The room was dark and there he was sitting at the edge of the bed saying,
“Well what should I do? What do you want me to do?”
As I got up and spoke to him he said that there were six people in robes talking with him about getting ready to go and he had a choice to stay a few more days. I was stunned but I got him settled down and everything was fine a few days later as I sat by his bed along with his family.
Suddenly, he opened his eyes and said,
His mother had passed years before. I comforted him then he said,
“Music . . . do you hear the music? Oh, look at the lights, rainbow . . . ”
Then he closed his eyes.
The next day, he was fairly alert and was able to put his arms around me and say,
“Don’t leave me. I love you . . . “
I told him I wouldn’t leave. I think for a moment he may have been afraid of dying. I again comforted him best as best I could.
The nurses encouraged me to go home for a bit as I had been staying at the hospital at his bedside except to go home to shower, change clothes, water the plants, and get the mail. I spoke to him and told him I was going home but would be back.
About an hour and a half later, as I approached his room, the nurse stopped me and told me he had just passed a few moments before. I went into the room and caressed him. I kissed his forehead said my goodbyes.
“I will see you later.”
Eighteen days later, as I was sleeping, I woke up and turned toward his side of the bed and there he was sitting on the side of the bed. I said,
“Oh, you made it!”
“Will see you in a few minutes.”
Then he faded away. I thought about what he had said thinking,
“Am I going to die suddenly?”
Then I remembered that the time is different on the other side. A few minutes to them could be years to us on earth.
Later, my family and I were at a little ice cream shop with all varieties of ice cream which I knew he would have loved. We decided to take a photo of a grandchild. Well, on the photo was a beautiful big white orb with rainbow pastel colors on it. I have done some EVP work and I am convinced I have heard his voice say,
“Thank you, I appreciate what you did for me and don’t worry, everything will be fine.”
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