non CRF : My wonderful nephew
- I sent this to the kittyheaven group a support group for grieving kitty
parents. I thought it may help others who are grieving or facing the loss
of their Beloved cats.
(Excuse the multiple posts, I am on so many groups. Pebbles had multiple
I hope it brings comfort.
> Hi everyone,missing
> when I was at my sister's house, a wonderful thing happened. I was
> talking with my nephew James. He said I looked sad and I said I was
> Pebbles very much. He asked me a lot of questions about the soul and howhear
> does it survive? We had a wonderful talk together.
> Then he said to me, "You can talk to Pebbles and Sachie. Can you
> them talking to you?" I said, "How can you hear them?" He said, "You canvery
> hear them in the wind." This "blew" me away, pardon the pun. It was a
> windy weekend. He listened intently and said, "Listen, can you hearthem?"
> I said no. He said you can also talk to them in your dreams. "They comein
> your dreams." My nephew James is six years of age. What a wonderfulchild!
> I asked him what he could hear in the wind. He said he could hearalso
> Pebbles and Sachie and that they were each telling me "I love you", and
> that I did everything right for them when they were sick. James was quite
> perplexed that I could not hear them in the wind. I said are they saying
> anything to Lucy? He said no, then after a short while and listening
> intently, he said, "Yes they are. They're saying "We love you Lucy. When
> you are sick we will be looking after you."" Isn't that wonderful! He
> told me that Pebbles and Sachie said I should get a car and that I mightbe
> getting a new bike.Angel Pebbles.
> I love James so much. He is the light of my life!
> Love, Voula and Lucy and my Beautiful Angel Sachie and my Magnificent