May 17, 2012

Signs from Heaven

Remember when I mentioned that I asked my Daddy to give me a sign that he was with me on my birthday?
Remember when I told you that I saw more blue jays than ever before so I knew he was "with me"?
Well, I totally forgot about this, until my Mom reminded me..
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As the entire family gathered to celebrate Mothers Day outdoors at my Grandma's home, there was a bright yellow bird right above us in the apple tree.
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It was very...
...very...
...very...
loud.
With an unusual sound. A loud, high pitched song of some sort was a constant, right above our heads.
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My dad was wanting to be a part of the celebration and he let us know all about it.

Thank you Daddy.
Thank you Mom{my} for reminding me of this.
Thank you little brother for getting pictures of it.

Do you constantly look for signs your loved ones in Heaven are close by?
Is it weird of me to do this?
Is this a sign that I am losing my marbles?
What kind of bird is this?
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10 comments:

Gigi said...

No, you aren't losing your marbles. Is it a goldfinch? http://www.birdnature.com/yellowbird.html

Stacy Uncorked said...

You're definitely not losing your marbles - that had to be a sign from your daddy. :) I don't look for signs, but then again, I really haven't lost anyone close...yet! :)


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I am Harriet said...

That is an interesting bird. It's pretty.



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Lolli said...

That is a beautiful bird, and I just love what it meant for you!

Noner said...

I think your bird is a Black Headed Oriole

After losing the first couple of loved ones, I quit looking for signs that they were still near, because the signs never came. Now I just let them go.

Foursons said...

Nope, you're not losing your marbles. We talked about Inch of Gray, right? She talks about signs all the time and birds is a big one for Jack.

Cathi said...

Not weird at all. My 17 year old daughter died in an auto accident and I feel her with me all the time. ;)

Heatherlyn said...

Not weird at all!!! I think many many people do this. Personally, I think our loved ones can watch over our lives in a way that they never could before. <3

kailani said...

I don't think it's strange at all!

Elaine A. said...

Nope, not weird at all. Just beautiful.