On Saturday, Mr. Helen and I were out running errands and he said, "It's crazy but in the last 36 hours several family members feel like Pam has sent them a message." My heart started pounding and my ears filled up like the sound of wind and I croaked out, "What? Who?" He said, " Well, Thursday night when I was leaving the dojo I was talking to Kyoshi and when we finished she grabbed my hand and said, 'Sensei, don't you worry, it's all good.'
Also on Thursday evening, my father-in-law was watching a show on TV and the singer/songwriter who was performing looked at the camera and said something along the lines that he had written the song he was about to sing because he felt like sometimes we grieve so much at the death of a loved one that we can't move forward and he really believed that those who pass are in a better place and would want us to know that "it's all good."
On Friday, one of my sisters-in law also had the words spoken to her, and along with me, another saw the words in a photo. When I told Mr. Helen what happened to me he felt there could be no other explanation than Pam was trying to reach out to us.
While I have always believed in signs (often we ignore them, right?), I don't know that I've ever been part of one that was given to so many people at the same time. Perhaps we were the ones who needed the reassurance, the therapuetic benefit, of knowing that Pam really is at rest, and that we should carry on because it's all good.
Heres the promised photo of the ouchy Graston "wrenches." Doesn't this look just like a medieval torture kit?
My favorite therapy, hands down, is running. It's my personal happy hour. Therefore I had no hesitation to sign on to take part in Lori's Heart Healthy Weekend. (You can do the heart healthy activity of your choice but why would I do anything else?) I am excited to say, I think I'm going to get to run outside!! Yes, we have finally had a week with no storms (I guess God does hear my
Shelley, don't worry, since I will be visible to the public, I might actually try to look reasonably matchy.