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Bellflower, California, United States
January 17, 2002
 
On 1/2/02, my husband of almost 13 years died. Of course, I am crushed, and if I didn't have 2 children, I would seriously be looking for ways to join him. Almost a year ago to the day, he had brain surgery and the past year he worked so hard to get better, he was left with stroke-like disabilities. But he tried so hard. It broke my heart to see how that surgery left him, compared to the once bull-like man he was. He knew it, too, and it hurt him deeply. He came down with cold-like symptoms which within 5 days and 2 hospital visits and one doctor visit they told me to take hime home, he had bronchitis. The last emergency room visit he coudlnt' breathe, his face was bluish and they sent him home, saying he was doing it to himself. Well, I just got him home and in the house and he looked at me, said "No", and died. The night before I had been getting these feelings, like someone actually pushing me out of the house, to bring him to the hospital again. It was almost midnight on 1/1 and I got dressed and woke him to tell him we were going to the hospital. He said he felt fine he would go in the morning, he just wanted to sleep. Ifeel like I am responsible for his death, if I had just made him go, we would have had a different doctor who would have kept him. His autopsy said he died of pneumonia. I am devastated. I read John Edwards books, and I am trying to get on his show, I need to know if he is OK. At his wake, I could have sworn I saw him standing there looking at me with that look of his that he gave me and I miss so much, and I thought for a second, "Oh, there's Frank", but then I realized he was gone and when I looked back, it was by friend's husband standing there. Every day is a major effort to get through, and I am starting to hate myself for not insisting more than I did that the hospital keep him. I argued with them, but they had made their decision, but I should have tried harder. I really feel like I killed my husband, and it is getting harder to deal with this. Is there anyone legitimate like John Edward who can help me? I don't have alot of money, so please no scams. thanks
staten island, New York, United States
January 16, 2002
 
Hello, My name is Pam I lost my mother a year ago and I am still hurting inside and feeling very lonely and depressed over her death. I read about people seeing and talking to someone that has passed and I wish I could say thats happened to me. i wish I could talk to my mom and know that she is ok and so I could tell her how much I love her and miss her. I will keep reading your books on life after death.
Allendale, Michigan, United States
January 14, 2002
 
Loved your web site.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
January 14, 2002
 
I enjoyed your internet site very much
niagara falls, Ontario, Canada
January 13, 2002
 
i just bought the book on wednesday and today is friday and i'm almost done with it. i can relate to some of these stories having had an adc myself. the book is wonderful and i'm suggesting it to all my friends and family. will share my story with bill and judy about my dear sister i just lost 4 months ago.
elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, United States
January 12, 2002
 
i think that it's possible for adc to take place but you have to have an open mind
missy
January 10, 2002
 
I just finished reading "Hello from Heaven," and I thought it was a magnificent book! I've always believed that we can still remain in touch with our deceased family members. Each person's account was very touching. It's definately a real experience, and everyone was blessed to be able to say "I love you" one more time.
Chillicothe, Ohio, United States
January 7, 2002
 
Haven't had time to check out everything, but this is a very interesting site and it is probably not a coincidence that just this morning I dropped into a spiritualist church new to my area. I generally don't attend church. I received a message that was very pertinent to my current situation, basically indicating that I should continue with whatever I am doing as it is working and that in March things will really be great - she saw a ship in full sail. Quite exciting to again realize that there are those out there who care and encourage us. I must admit I contacted this site not quite knowing what it was about, but, I find it fascinating that this seems to be the theme of my entire day!! Not only that, but I receive Marianne Williamson's Emails daily and today I read yesterday's and today's - I think it was yesterday's that spoke of exactly what has been going through my mind all day after attending that church - we sang a hymn called "Higher Ground" and Marianne used the same term and elaborated on it. I get so excited about all these syncronicities, so forgive me if I go on and on!!! Thanks for listening. Robbie I
Whitby, Ontario, Canada
January 7, 2002
 
Hello Bill and Judy!! I happened to stumble upon this site and was truly impressed!! I just lost a very dear cousin to cancer December 19th and it's been so hard!! Your site has a lot to offer to those of us who are curious and also grieving still. Keep up the good work!! Kathleen Clark
California, United States
January 6, 2002
 
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