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She Passed At Dawn

 

At a very young age I knew something was wrong with me when I woke up in the night after my grandmother passed away and heard God calling me.

He said, "Nicole"

I ignored him.

Again he called, "Nicole"

I ignored him again.

Again he said, "Nicole".

I shot up in bed and called back "God"?

Later when I was a teenager I had an older friend who I delivered lunch trays to in the nursing home my mother worked for.

I'd gone to see her once in a while but my visits became infrequent and I wished I could get off my bum and go to see her.

She came down with many colds and one day she had pneumonia again.

I stood at the bottom of the staircase as my mother came through the hall. "I think I am going to go see Dawn tomorrow." I called after her.

"Nicky I don't think that is such a good idea." Mom replied.

A sunken feeling came across me and my stomach felt sickly. "Why?"

"Dawn is in the hospital." Mom explained.

"Dawn is going to die." I said aloud.

"Don't be silly Dawn isn't going to die."

9:00 the next morning, Dawn passed away at Hackley Hospital in Muskegon Michigan USA. I never got to say goodbye.

Within 7 days I found myself sitting in the pew at the church listening to the sermon about how she loved the color yellow, and how it was such a happy color. I hated the color yellow. I vowed to stop cracking my knuckles and to finish my book that I'd been reading her ever since I'd known her. I didn't ever stop cracking them, but I am still working on my book twenty years later.

I don't want to admit that I am a medium, even though it's been pointed out to me before by people in my life. I don't want to listen to God when he speaks to me because I find it rather annoying.

I know he has a message or plan for me but it makes me angry to think that I might be different.

My family thinks I am a freak.

Nicole Spence 31 years old

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GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-24)
I don't think people with true psychic abilities are being told they are mentally ill. That's a little too far fetched. Some on are on TV maybe. We might make people scared, or laugh, but not scare them usually - and if they are scared, they run away. I do think that people with weak minds might latch on and imagine stuff psychic to explain their illnesses. Minds can be creative, even ill.
fawne (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-24)
I know usually when someone is going to pass away if they are right in front of me because I have worked in health care for twelve years. I did not know in this case though because I was only a young teenager and had not seen this person in several months.

I remember sitting there feeling very bad that I did not go to see her.

I do not know what to say about being what I am but I feel different and I don't like it.

I came here because I feel lost and I am trying to figure out what to do about my life.

I don't think that people take the mediums seriously. I have worked in mental health for twelve years and I wonder how many patients actually are not ill but are being told that they are.

I can look at my patients and tell if they actually are ill and others are borderline or I am not sure.

I hope that some understanding comes our way at some point in time.

I am not saying there is no such thing as mental illness because I know that there is. I just think that perhaps doctors don't know what to do with health care regarding mediums and psychics.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-17)
I don't think of myself as a medium. I like to say sensitive. I've always noticed people who were going to go soon, either by illness or accident. They look differently and things around me look differently. Perhaps it's just meant to prepare us - I think of it that way. If someone said to me, Do you see my aura and is my aunt around me, I'd say, - Who knows? But I've always known when people would pass in some way. I think that might be different. It's sensing a passing energy or something. Now some might sense passed on people, but that wouldn't be fun to me in any way.

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