A Visit From Grandpa

In 2005 my grandfather had passed away due to a heart attack. I am one that believes in the spirit world because the world isn’t all found out. We don’t know every nook and cranny. There are sometimes I can hear him faintly call me by a childhood nickname. He was the only one that knew that nickname too. And sometimes I can feel that he’s watching me attempt to accomplish tasks I find really difficult. This isn’t the first time I received a visit from grandpa.

Grandpa had visited me the night he died. It was before the phone rang for us to hear the news of his passing. The cookie tin where he and I would snitch late night cookies would be opened without anyone present. When I went to fix it, I felt a tap on my shoulder and the phone rang. It was my aunt delivering us the news that he had passed on.

He can be seen sometimes in the rear view mirror of my car. I could be going around my business and catch a glimpse of him. I keep telling my grandma, grandpa’s outer shell died, but his soul lives on forever.

– Mercy


6 thoughts on “A Visit From Grandpa

  1. Awww it’s nice that you still get to see your Grandpa πŸ™‚
    He obviously loves you very much!

    Sometime’s my mum visits me, but she messes around with the lamps and lights in the house. I can also feel someone hugging me when I’m sad (it’s usually her! haha)

    And yeah you’re right about the shell thing.
    My mum would say that you’re body is like a car that you use while your here on earth, and when you’re finished it’s the car that dies but your soul moves on πŸ™‚

    Often spirits just want us to know were there! Most of their loved ones can’t see them/ignore them so they enjoy comforting those left behind πŸ˜€

    I’m glad that you’re not scared of it either like so many other people!

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