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I've written here before as an international internet writer I as the rest of the world grieve the death of America's beloved actor Tony Curtis. I just submitted a memorial comment on www.Legacy.com to the widow of Mr. Tony Curtis and I have lovingly mentioned to her to get your book to 'Hello From Heaven'-how it helped me through my own grieving process. I had to write something for Mrs. Curtis as well-she deserved mentioning to besides Tony Curtis's children-she made Tony Curtis's marital happiness for his last 12 years on earth. For Mrs. Curtis–Tony’s Beloved Jill By D.K. Milgrim-Heath©2010 For Mrs. Curtis-Tony’s Beloved Jill- Truly was answered such a special love-loving with all your will. You give your husband happiness as his last wife- At least he died knowing full marital happiness in his life. Seeing by photos how close to the survivors you are- A special loving person he married his soul mate by far! Speak to your husband Jill as you grieve- His never ending love will never die that’s being continued you’ll receive. If I talk to you by my own experiences so- Buy the book ‘Hello From Heaven’ (that’s helped me as) so well just so that you know. Burying your loved isn’t easy for any survivor upon our mighty earth- You know the life you had with your Tony for its entire special worth. Family and friends will surround you and help each other as calendar days go by- Your Tony will forever look after you as your guardian angel as life continues till you die. I speak with full experience as my beloved ones still watch over me- They still do so daily, so loving and forever protectively. God blessed you with such a spouse for all ways to cherish- Your strong love for him Jill will never perish. Tony died happy knowing the fullest love by his side- By you, his children, grandchildren that your love for him never did divide. I, America and the world also do weep- May your beloved rest in God’s gentle arms forever in blissful sleep. For final words so just remember this- Tony's love's forever in wedded bliss.
Miami, Florida, United States
October 5, 2010
 
Its nice to read people's stories, thought that maybe I was by my self. Just wish that heart ache would ease..
smithville, Tennessee, United States
September 7, 2010
 
i have a lovely friend she passed away, i hope tat i can speek to her by tis web site.
erode, Tamil Nadu, India
September 4, 2010
 
Hi! Loved reading the book! In some ways I've heard my Mother's (Jean's) voice (she passed on in '05): often, gentle reminders on how to behave; when to use caution; always be polite. My brother, Jim and father, Ken (who each passed on in 1993 & 1995, respectively) appear often in my dreams. The interesting part is that they so often argued and were at odds with each other, but in my dreams they are friendly and supportive of each other and seem happy to be together! Thanks so much!
Shoreline, Washington, United States
August 30, 2010
 
Your website is one of hope and strength. My son Jon passed away at the age of 20, in 2003. My belief in "something beyond" this physical world was strengthened through the tragedy of losing Jon. I now have a website for parents to share their spiritual experiences. You may google it at www.thechildwelost.com I would greatly appreciate your thoughts. Sincerely, Susan Casadei
Marine City, Michigan, United States
August 23, 2010
 
I read your book many years BEFORE I had to experience the sudden death of my sweetheart (husband). I drew on what I had learned in it then and even re-read it. It kept me keen to the "signs from heaven" to help myself and the kids know that as hard as it was, Daddy most definately was not gone forever out of our lives. It helped us deal with a horrible sudden time in our lives. Thank you.
United States
August 22, 2010
 
I lost the love of my life,Charlie, after a 2 year battle with Lou Gehrig's Disease, on December 5, 2009. Now, 8 months later, I am still struggling with the loss of his love in my life. I was his solitary caregiver, and feel so lost without him. His daughter left a copy of your book at my home, and I brought it on vacation with me to Orlando, Florida.(i always say, "its not a vacation unless i read a book!) I have been here (in FLA) for nearly 10 days now...and finally picked up the book to read two days ago. I had no idea what it was that I would find among the pages... As I was reading, I found myself thinking, "I wish that Charlie would come to me" or "why can't I know for sure that he is still with me"...and would love to tell you that as I was reading the final chapters of your book...a bird came to sit on a power line, directly facing me...and stayed until I finished the book (about an hour). It never moved until I turned the last page. I know that he has sent me a song on more than one occasion, as music is so important to my own mental health. I really would love the chance to talk with you or attend one of your lectures, to explore some things that have been happening since I began reading the book. Thank you for your work...and for validating for me what I have always (deep down) known...that the soul is our essence, and the body merely our garment. Please continue your work, as I am sure that many other people will benefit!
Youngstown, Ohio, United States
August 19, 2010
 
Few days ago before i knew that my uncle had passed away, i had this strange feeling that something had happened again...that someone had died. One of the toys at home was making this strange noise everytime i came to my child's room and it bothered me what was going on again. But then few days later when i called a sibling, she told me that one of my uncles had passed away. He told his kids one day before he passed that one of our deceased relatives had already waving at him, tried to welcome him in the afterlife.I just want to share this story than keeping it to myself.
anonymous2010
United States
August 15, 2010
 
I lost my oldest child, Heather,on May 5,1998.On July 22,2010 I lost my Mom due to a fall down our basement stairs on July 11th.She never regained conscienceness after surgery for bleeding on the brain.My question to everyone is,If it is truly someones time to leave this earth,why are they allowed to fight(linger)to try and stay here?I believe there is something more for each of us after this life and right now I am trying to find some comfort in the fact that Heather finally has "her Gram" with her.In fact,they are buried next to each other.
Clay, New York, United States
August 11, 2010
 
I liked your site
United States
August 10, 2010
 
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