A Message from One Heart to Another Loved Heart — Monday, May 30, 2022

When I opened my email I read:

“I got another present for you today!

I never recall seeing one this low.

Maybe it’s my dad saying hello? He passed away this past Saturday. He was 86, a good man, and lived a great life, raising 10 kids with my saint of a mother, who is 86 and still going strong.

Dad was a big train enthusiast, both a real and a model collector. Right next to the side yard of his childhood home was a Frisco line.

In 1948, he saw and waved to and got a wave back from Harry Truman as he went by the house during his whistle-stop campaign.

After Mass yesterday, as the pallbearers were loading Dad’s casket into the hearse, a train horn went off.

I stated “You know how people say you often get a sign?  Well, I think we just heard it.”

We all just started smiling and some laughing.

We all know there are no heavily traveled lines nearby within earshot. But there is a very, very, VERY seldom-used line about a mile away.  In short, it’s almost NEVER used. Ever since I was a kid.

The timing couldn’t have been more perfect.

“All is and shall be well.”  That is my definite conclusion.

I just thought you might be interested in that.

Hope all is well!

It is here, even under the circumstances.”

Yes, Yes I do think it is your Dad saying Hello—All is well, and I am still with you.

My heart is so sorry for your loss…as well as your Mom and all your siblings.  Losing a parent is never, ever easy.

Thank you for sharing your Dad’s wonderful signs with us.

From my heart to your world– As Always,



10 thoughts on “A Message from One Heart to Another Loved Heart — Monday, May 30, 2022

  1. Lulu: “We’re sorry to hear about your friend’s dad. We got some bad medical news here recently about a close relative—not Mama or Dada or their parents or siblings, but just one step removed.”
    Charlee: “So it’s nice to think that sometimes the Rainbow Bridge dips down low so our friends and loved ones on the other side can check up on us.”
    Chaplin: “If you can see us, Dennis, we are doing fine. We have a weird new brother who reminds us of you a little.”
    Java Bean: “Are you talking about me? You’re talking about me, aren’t you?”


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