Christmas of 2012 I took many pictures that I never really looked at afterwards while downloading them to my computer. I should have known better, because while I was taking these pictures I kept smelling tobacco smoke that reminded me of my grandfather. I later found evidence in those images that someone special was indeed around us that day.
My nephew Kole had asked me about “Great Paw-Paw”. He wanted to know what became of him? I said he was in Heaven, but Kole disagreed. “No, he is not… he is standing right next to you.” Kole was pointing to an area next to the pool table.
I asked Kole how long grandpa had been around. “I talk to him a lot… almost every day,” he said. Later, when we sat down to eat dinner, Kole asked me to get an extra chair, because “Paw-paw” needed a place to sit too.
Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children ~ Alex Haley
Everyone around the table stopped talking and Kole said: “Look, he is going around the table giving everyone a hug!” My father-in-law asked Kole how he knew that he was talking to his father. “He says he used to hold me on his lap when I was a little baby,” Kole explained. “And he misses everyone.”
After dinner I started to take more pictures of the kids opening there presents and the smell of pipe smoke returned. I knew at that time it was not my own grandfather, it was Kole’s great grandfather and he was there to let us know that he was with the family for Christmas.
An hour went by until we heard the doorbell ring. When my mother-in-law went to the door and looked out the window to see who it was, there was nobody there. When she came back she had a perplexed look on her face as she told us what had happened. Kole said, “Maw-maw, you have to let Great Grandpaw in, he forgot his Christmas gifts and he wanted someone to open the door to let him in.”
If there is anything that we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves ~ C.G. Jung
After a shocked silence, I leaned over and whispered in Kole’s ear, “Tell Paw-paw to ring the door bell again, to let everyone know that it really was him.” Kole did just that, but nothing happened. My father-in-law said it must be a short in the wiring system, but Kole insisted it was Paw-paw. At that very moment the doorbell rang twice! The facial expressions of everyone in the room was priceless.
Two years later I was going through all the pictures I took that day, and only then did I see all the orbs around Kole. They were in most of the pictures and it put a smile on my face, because I knew who those orbs were.
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