It’s been almost 19 years since my mother passed away and today I can still remember as if it was yesterday. I have wonderful memories of her, from her making her little cherry pies to Sunday dinners.
When I lived at my parents house there was a silverware set that I wanted, and nothing else. That was it. As a child I would rearrange this silverware set when she was not looking. I would place the forks where the knives were supposed to go, and I swapped the bigger spoons with the smaller ones.
The cutlery set was mounted on the wall and every time I did this she would get upset with me, because she had to put them back in order again. I continued this silly game into my adulthood, as childish as it may seem. After she passed away I didn’t know what happened to the silverware set and I ask my dad about it. He said, “Your sister had it and she was going to put it in the yard sale.” I was naturally very upset. I wanted something that I can look at when I was at my parents home and picture my mother pretending to get upset with me when I would rearrange her precious set.
Some mothers are kissing mothers and some are scolding mothers, but it is love just the same, and most mothers kiss and scold together ~ Pearl S. Buck
So, I went over my sister and told her the silverware was mine. She was thinking since she was the oldest she got to choose who got what that belonged to my mother. Well, it took a while to convince her, but eventually I took it home and place it in my home the same way my mom did – up over the stove.
My son Raymond was very little and I told him the story of how I would rearrange everything and how his grandmother would get so upset with me. Then strange things started happening with the silverware set. We would come home and the silverware would be on the kitchen floor or rearranged in their display case. I know my son could not reach that high and I felt at that time my mother’s spirit had something to do with it.
As my son got older the paranormal activity stopped. It never happen again until two months ago. My wife asked me if I had seen any of the silver forks, because one was missing from the set. Just last night we had another one disappear. Now I know for sure my mother is around my wife and me. I asked her last night if she could wash the dishes for me like she used to do when her and my dad would come over to visit.
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