My husband and I both looked at each other and smiled, and he said “what a nice sign from both your parents on Easter!” I felt like I haven’t had a sign from them, especially my Mom, in a long time. Signs from loved ones after death are such a wonderful way to continue maintaining a relationship with them. It was nice to get that on a day that I would have spent with them if they were still alive.
We’ve talked a lot about signs and after death communication on the blog. I had a great sign from my parents on Easter Sunday. My husband and I had just parked our car after being gone all day, and as we were crossing the street to our condo, I looked up at the house we were walking by and noticed the first name on the mailbox was “Gayle.” I mentioned it to my husband as that is not a common way to spell “Gayle.” About 30 seconds later as we are crossing the street to our condo, I looked down and see one of those tooth-pick flossing sticks that my Dad loved so much. Whenever my husband and I see them (the seem to be everywhere and in the most random places!) we automatically think of my Dad. He had small cups of them in each room of the house and had them on him at all times.