High Five From The Other Side!

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We were busy all last week working/celebrating in Ft Lauderdale and Boca Raton, the 7th Annual International It’s All Good Day! The big celebration was a mediumship event on Friday October 24th in Boca Raton. Unfortunately we couldn’t do it on October 22nd, the actual date, because of another event we were asked to attend in Coral Gables so we could promote the Friday event.

Our 7th Annual Int’l It’s All Good Day celebration was wonderful! For the price of a ticket, people not only got the mediumship event, but they got a nice dinner, cake, and a raffle where 6 gifts were given away! And we got to work and play with Andrew and his new friend.

It is always so interesting to me what happens at our mediumship events, especially when there is another grieving parent there. There was another mother there who lost her beautiful son when he was 17yo, 29 years ago. And amazingly enough she too said it still feels like yesterday when she lost him. Her son was boogie boarding when a friend was going under the water and called out for help. He did save his friend’s life but lost his own life in the process.

Her and I shared pictures of our sons, they had similar energy and smiles. Both so handsome! It felt great to be bragging about our sons to one another. It felt normal.

I knew Martin wouldn’t remember a damn thing she said about her son when he was in reading mode. And sure enough he did not remember a thing when her son did come through during the audience readings.

Well, the funny thing is, our boys teamed up to play with Martin! Even I could feel the energy of what they were doing! I could see Andrew saying, “Watch this, I bet I can get  my Dad to say this!” He got Martin to say something slightly inappropriate that did get a laugh, and for the life of me I can’t remember what it was they had him say now. BUT I could see the boys high five-ing one another that they got Martin to say something inappropriate! When I asked Martin about it, he said, “Oh yeah they high fived each other!” Even the other Mom knew they had done it.

It made my night seeing/feeling my son and his new friend messing with Martin! If felt like the old days in the new way, which always makes me smile and just feel fabulous feeling close to my son.

Martin had a great time with both boys that night. They were actually helping Martin with deceased relatives coming through, in between playing with him. It made for a fun night with lots of love and laughter! I know it helps me to stay focused on who Andrew is now and that makes my heart sing! Now if we can do this full-time? Grief wouldn’t have the hold on me it still does.

We had a beautiful week honoring our son, meeting new people and making soulful connections. These people inspire me as much as we inspire them. Doing this work reminds me that…..

IT’S ALL GOOD!

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4 Responses to High Five From The Other Side!

  1. That must have been fun watching… The kids are one up on you now and you can’t do a thing about it. lol to funny

  2. Maybe not now but just wait till I get there, then we shall see Jacki! lol

  3. Lori Ann Norcross says:

    I Love hearing stories like this! It restores my Faith and Hope when I fall back into my grief pit. Our children keep their sense of humor(My Son Bobby comes through with funny signs) and what a wonderful way for Andrew to show you, “Its all good Mom & Dad”! Your beautiful Son knows he can get it away with it now, until your wonderful reunions!! Amazing!

  4. It helps me stay out of the grief pit too Lori, especially during the week of his passing and birthday. But he knows there IS a pimp slap waiting for him when I get back! =D Even though we have a relationship with Andrew, there is no escape from the grief while in the mother’s body. *sigh* But at least I have the tools to move through it & continue to heal. I love the pics you post of our kids showing up! I know it helps the other moms cope! Sometimes we need proof that we aren’t just wishing they are around.

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