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My Dad Came To Visit Me


Do you ever had moments of foreboding when you knew out of the blue, just knew, that something terrible was about to happen?

On the morning of February 11, 2004, I woke up with just that feeling sitting like a lead weight in my stomach. It was accompanied by a hollow, heart-rending feeling of loss.

All day at work, I couldn't shake that black fog that seemed to be following me around. Then at noon, the gut-wrenching cramps and bleeding started. My husband rushed me straight from work to my doctor who confirmed the sad news that we had lost our baby.

Already reeling in pain and loss, I received an overseas call from my mother in Singapore that same night at 11pm. My father had suffered a heart attack earlier in the day and his heart had stopped 3 times in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. He was not expected to last any longer than 3 more days.

The next several hours passed in a shocked blur. My doctor had wanted me to rest from the miscarriage, but I simply couldn't afford the time. I still don't know how I packed our bags, booked our flights from Australia or made it to intensive care of the hospital in Singapore, where the whole family had gathered.

Dad was delirious and suffering from pneumonia by then. Mum was the only one he recognized before slipping into a coma. Over the next few days, he went into further cardiac episodes and had to be resuscitated several times. Finally on the 3rd night, the doctor told Mum she had to make the decision. That was a painfully difficult family meeting at 11. 30pm on 13 February 2004.

Mum looked at me helplessly - she didn't know what to do. My elder sister had just taken her young children home, so as the next oldest, I had to help her decide.

So I posed these questions to the doctor:

- If my Dad could miraculously emerge from the coma, what condition was he likely to be in?

- Would he have sustained any lasting brain damage seeing as he had already been 'clinically dead' for several minutes?

- If he somehow revived and had impaired brain functions, would he be able to have any reasonable quality of life?

The doctor tried to be kind but he was honest. The prognosis wasn't favourable at all. So it was decided.

But oh... The agony... The body, the shell that remained still goes through its final throes to blindly survive. I remember feeling knifed by gut-wrenching guilt at the terrible sight.

When we finally returned from the hospital, the night had long past. I was past exhaustion, too wrung-out to sleep. But I laid down in bed, closed my eyes in prayer for a moment.

I suddenly opened my eyes. All my senses were crystal clear and I was remarkably lucid. I knew at once that someone had entered the room from the doorway on the left. Mum was in my younger sister's room at the time, while my husband and I shared my parents' room.

It was early dawn, with the soft rays of light already coming in from the window on my right. I saw my father, not a shadowy figure, but clear as if he was physically in the room with us.

He came up to me, looked down at me on the bed and smiled. His physical appearance was as I last saw him on my previous visit, about 5 months earlier. I felt such an infusion of warmth and comfort.

Then he turned to look at my husband who was sleeping on my left. A puzzled look came briefly over his face, and then it cleared as he seemed to recognise my husband.

In the next instant, Dad was gone and I was left with a beatific sense of peace and comfort.

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Jubeele (2 stories) (53 posts)
3 years ago (2018-11-10)
CrazyCat, glad to know that you've experienced growth and even better that you acknowledge that you're still growing. Constant growth means you'll continue to improve.

I've been busy with life but everything is good. I usually visit the Ghost site but thought I'll drop by today. Good to 'hear' from you. 😊
CrazyCat (3 stories) (74 posts)
3 years ago (2018-11-01)
Hey Jubeele, how are you? How are things going? I don't really have much to say but, saw some posts and thought I'd say 'hi'. I have grown quite a bit but still have a lot of growing left to do. I hope you're doing good.
Jubeele (2 stories) (53 posts)
3 years ago (2018-07-31)
CrazyCat - thank you for your good wishes. Sending them back at you too. 😘
Jubeele (2 stories) (53 posts)
3 years ago (2018-07-31)
Melda, I'm blushing [*shy*]. I love reading about yours too and the incisive observations you have on life and everything. You've taught me a lot about being strong and tackling life's challenges as they come.

I've had the occasional dream about my father over the years. But they were more memory dreams of the family at mealtimes or travelling on a holiday together. Very peaceful ones. None have been as clear as that visitation though.

Thanks for dropping by and for all your support. 😘
CrazyCat (3 stories) (74 posts)
3 years ago (2018-07-31)
Jubeele, I just wanted to say, God bless your soul. I just wanted to say that.
Melda (9 posts)
3 years ago (2018-07-31)
Jubeele - Just decided to browse on this site for a while today.

You mentioned on YGS that you had posted something on here about your dad and the other events you mentioned. You know how I feel about your experiences on all of these, because I have already told you.

Your dad certainly knew that he would have a positive communication with you. He appeared to the one who would know and understand. I'm not suggesting that he loved the others less but at that stage you were open to him and needed closure.

I would suggest to readers of this site to visit YGS and read Jubeele's other experiences. You won't be disappointed 😊

Regards, Melda
Jubeele (2 stories) (53 posts)
4 years ago (2018-04-04)
Em, for many years, I found both experiences too difficult to talk about, let alone put it into words. But now that I've written about them, it's brought me a certain sense of closure. It really comforts me to think of them at peace together. Thanks for reading and your comment. ❤
HarperD (4 posts)
4 years ago (2018-04-03)
Jubeele - I'm so sorry for your double loss. It's heartbreaking to go through two tragedies so close together. To know that love goes on and that your father was at peace are such a priceless gift. I hope that it eased a little of the pain you went through. No one loves your child like their grandparent and they surely met and have a relationship now. You'll see them both again, never fear. ❤
Mayank3102 (4 stories) (30 posts)
4 years ago (2018-04-02)
Yes... Love has no boundaries... Just don't be sad okay... Its past and unfortunately it can't change... Maybe your father and your child met each other in heaven... May god give them a great and peaceful life after reincarnation... Take care...
Jubeele (2 stories) (53 posts)
4 years ago (2018-04-02)
Thanks Mayank for your kind comment. It was a long time ago but sometimes I find myself wishing that things could have been different. But who knows? Maybe my father and lost baby were somehow able to meet each other beyond the Veil too. After all, love knows no boundaries. ❤
Mayank3102 (4 stories) (30 posts)
4 years ago (2018-04-02)
Great experience julia... It feels good to see a loved one like this again... You lost your baby... Take care please...

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