Have you ever wondered if your beloved friends and family can communicate with you after they pass?
I recently attended a Thanksgiving community dinner. I sat at a round table meant for six, with one other woman. Her name was also Victoria (she prefers to be called Vicki). What are the chances that two ladies named Victoria would meet and share dinner on Thanksgiving?
While we were eating and chatting, I looked up to see a woman who looked a lot like my late friend Dee walk out of the kitchen.
On my way out, I stopped to talk to the woman and said, “You look so much like my friend.”
To which she said, “They say everyone has a double.”
“Yes, I miss her terribly, she passed away in June. She was the best; she was like a sister to me. She never met a stranger.” Then I choked up.
The woman reached out to me. “What was her name?” she asked.
“Dee,” I said with tears in my eyes.
“Hi, I’m Kathleen,” the woman said as she hugged me. Her hug felt like a “Dee hug.”
Out in the parking lot, I noticed a license plate on one of the parked cars had “111”—an angel number. Dee, like me, always noticed license plates. I knew this was confirmation from Dee and the angels that they were orchestrating this little miracle.
I feel (and know) that Dee visited me that day.
If you are feeling lonely and missing someone who was near and dear to you, I want you to know that I believe our deceased friends and family are never far away. They come to visit us when we think of them or sometimes through our dreams. They can also leave signs to send us the message that they are thinking of us, too.
If you are wanting a message from someone from the other side, I invite you to stay open and be aware of any signs or messages.