I have something very unusual for you on this blog post! A relative, Lisa, just recently asked what I thought about a poinsettia that she had since she knew that Greg and I were very much into the paranormal.*
She showed me the flower while we were at her house.-
She said that this poinsettia was given to her in December of 2021 by her 102 year old great aunt. What's unusual about this flower is that it still has two leaves from the original bloom! She said that she'd never had one last that long.
Her aunt died a few months ago. Was this plant being tended to by her aunt who is now a spirit gardener?
Another strange incident involving flowers is that one day last year, Greg and I saw one beautiful flower growing by itself in our yard. It was a red petunia. He was surprised to see it since he didn't plant any like it the year before. Where had it come from? He said that his mother had loved petunias and the color red. Was this a sign from his mother that she was still around even though she had passed on a few years ago!
Just because someone has passed on doesn't mean that they cease to exist. Our loved ones continue to care about us and are watching over us even after death.
*Greg and I are connected to the paranormal since we have the gift of taking spirit photographs. Also, besides this blog, I have written a book on the paranormal, "Photographic Encounters of the Spirit Kind," which contains over 100 paranormal photographs which I, Greg, my brother (Nick), and others have taken showing ectoplasm, orbs, shadow ghosts, as well as other paranormal phenomena.
Here is a photo which I took that shows a paranormal grid...
in the mirror above. It is similar to a few of the photographs in my book. The mirror was in Greg's boyhood home which was very haunted as I describe in the book. My childhood home was very haunted, as well.
The book also has a picture of the famous June Tolliver House ghost which was taken by my brother when he was just a schoolboy.
For more information about my book and how to order it from Amazon, please see the widget above.
Thanks for visiting! Until Saturday, October 15, 2022, Becky