Some of us believe and some of us don’t. I’m talking about ‘the other side, the Spirit World’.
I didn’t wake up one morning and decide “I am going to see a ghost today,” just happened.
My first premonition happened soon after. I had a very vivid dream. A couple of days later someone described my dream to me, or so I thought, until I realized they were talking about a current event.
Ever walked into an empty room and known you weren’t alone? I have!
Sometimes, before I am introduced to someone for the first time, I know their name.
Sorry if this sounds a little far-fetched, and maybe it is, but I am not lying, I am telling you about my life.
For a period of time, when I drove home from work, I would get an awful gut wrenching feeling as I passed one particular area. It was so intense it made me feel sick. I wanted pull over and investigate, but daren’t. It doesn’t happen anymore, not since there was an awful accident. A young man lost his life.
Maybe all of us have the ability to ‘see’ and ‘feel’ things, but only some of us are open to it. I just know it’s part of me and it always has been. I can’t control it, even though I wish I could. I can’t see my mum, who passed away in 2002. I talk to her though, and I know she hears me, but I can’t see her.
My ‘gift’ inspired me to write, and share some of my experiences with you. I have written a couple of short stories, one of which is for sale on Amazon and Smashwords. It’s not perfect, but I had to start somewhere. ‘Girl on the Beach’ is a story about a little girl who had a premonition. The ‘little girl’ of course is me. If you read it, remember it is written about the experiences of a seven-year old.
I am currently working on the edit of my first full length novel ‘Dead of July’, which I am hoping to publish this year.