I had been wondering if John Edward was still on. I was channel surfing tonight and disappointed that Eli Stone wasn’t on tonight. TV is my life right now while I wait for mine to start again. Well, I found John Edward’s Cross Country on. One of the shows I had seen before was on and I had a feeling it was one that had a lot of signs for me and I was right!
I know I had written before about this but I think it’s worth repeating. Plus I was looking for it and paying attention more. John asked a mother who lost her 7yo son, “Who had the blood disorder like leukemia or AIDS?” He repeated leukemia and hemorrhage. Andrew had a lung bleed when he crossed. The woman’s brother shot himself but John said “no, that’s not it. There is someone with them who crossed from blood disorder.” That Spirit was never validated. But it gets better, then John asks “Who is the P like Patrick or Pat, Pete, Patrick?” That was never validated. Well, Andrew’s friend Pat stopped by today to say HI.
On another show there was a handsome 20yo young man who lost his mother and he said his mother was his best friend. His name was Andrew. Wes was watching it with me and grinned when he heard the guys name was Andrew.
I think John knows when a Spirit is showing up for a home viewer when he can’t validate info in the audience, even though it’s for the future, John knows there is no time and how it works. It was very cool to see again.
Martin and I were out running errands Friday. I dragged him with me to the fabric store for my outfit for Kona. There was an elderly man in line behind us in a wheelchair. He was talking to everyone and anyone who would listen and respond. I told Martin not to look into his eyes because we’ll be stuck in a long conversation with him. I see Martin smile and he sez “too late.” The gentleman says to people in line “These malls are all alike yet different.” Andrew is standing behind Martin and sez “Just like I said Daddy, the wisdom of the elderly in action…” Well, Martin and I LOAO all the way to our car when he told me! I love our family outtings. Just like old times in a new way. Yea, I’m still working on accepting the new way. I still love the old way better!!
IT’S ALL GOOD!