Back in October 2013, I attended a book festival in central Pennsylvania. Before I did, however, I corresponded with Lynn, who organized the event. She said at the end of her email: "Thank you, Rob, for agreeing to be a part of our festival. (I expect a free reading—or tell my mom to show up anyway! Haha)"
After I received her email, I got a message from a woman whom that I thought was her mom- it was definitely an older woman, so I assumed it was her mom. So, I wrote the following in an email to Lynn:
Your mom showed me a white dress with blue flowers on it, and said it was important - to her or you. She also said "didn't I talk enough when I was alive?" She's got quite the sense of humor.. like a sarcastic wit. She said that you've "done her proud." I can see her smiling at you. :)
- Do you know anything about a clock or watch stopping at a certain time? It's connected to your mom.
Let me know if any of these make sense!
Lynn wrote me back and determined exactly who the older woman's spirit was and who the message was for:
Rob: Believe this or not, but I don’t think what you saw is for me. I believe it is for my best friend, Sher. Some of what you said can be attributed to my mom—but I am positive it is not my mom.
When I was on my way to work this morning I was thinking about this. And then it hit me, POW, I wonder if this is Sher’s mom. Just then, no kidding, my phone rang. I couldn’t find my phone, but when I got a chance to see who called—it was Sher!!
I called her and she said immediately that she had a favorite white dress with blue embroidered flowers. She loved it. Also, when her mother died, the clock in their house stopped. She also had a great wit—and I think Sher needs to hear that her mom is proud of her for many, many reasons.
As much as I would like to have a message from my mom (she’s probably got no time for that stuff—she’s playing bridge or commiserating over the Steelers and the Pirates)—I truly believe since Sher and I are so closely connected, that it is for her. And I am thrilled!
Spirits urge us to do things... which is WHY Sher called Lynn after I gave you that message.