2 Amazing True stories after Maui passed

It has been almost 2 weeks since Maui passed and I am just now getting back to my regular schedule.

I recorded a video to share a couple of amazing experiences that happened shortly after Maui passed.

Some of the stories I share in the video may seem a little woo-woo, but they are 100% true.

(Fair warning: I have grown a beard in the last few weeks--let me know what you think.)


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Comment by Susann on August 7, 2008 at 1:39am
Just want to let you know, I know EXactly how you feel, Megan passed on the 23rd of June at the ripe age of nearly 17 years, she was cremated and I am going to throw her ashes on the mountain trail where we had so many times laugh at this arrogant little individual , Love you always MEGGY!!
Comment by Susann on August 7, 2008 at 1:39am
Just want to let you know, I know EXactly how you feel, Megan passed on the 23rd of June at the ripe age of nearly 17 years, she was cremated and I am going to throw her ashes on the mountain trail where we had so many times laugh at this arrogant little individual , Love you always MEGGY!!
Comment by mavis on August 6, 2008 at 11:19pm
Beautiful story, truly amazing.
Comment by Barbara G on August 6, 2008 at 11:08pm
First and foremost how fortunate we are to have loved and be loved by our wonderful animals that stay with us forever thru their spirits-they are now our guardian angels that never leave us. Thanks for sharing with us-I know this was hard. Second of all I like the beard alot!! God bless you and Molly!
Comment by Margie Kaplan on August 6, 2008 at 7:37pm
So very touching....thank you for sharing these amazing experiences that happened after Maui passed...I still miss my wonderful dog Sammy that left us a little over 2 years ago....I write poems about Sammy and feel a very close connection to him.
So sorry for your loss....I;m sure Maui's memory will always be a blessing.
Take care.

Margie
Comment by Diane Burger on August 6, 2008 at 7:31pm
James, I was wondering how you and Molly were coping with the loss of Maui and then received your email, today. I can totally relate because I had similar experiences when my beloved dogs have passed. The beings that are close to us find a way to make contact if we are receptive Thanks for sharing. The beard looks good.
Comment by Kathy Berberich on August 6, 2008 at 7:16pm
Maui was a sweetheart. I know how it is to lose a beloved pet. The heart is heavy and the tears fall at the mention of the name. We had to make the decision to put our Schnauzer (Max) down about 7 years ago. That was very hard. I had said no more dogs. Then 3 years had passed and along came Buddy running in a very bad storm. We called him to us and he was a mess. To make long story short... He lived here in the neighborhood and the people didn't want him. Al and I said we did. Soooo, here he is. Everyone says he is a lucky dog... not true. Al and I are the lucky ones. He fills our hearts.
By the way, love the beard!! Take care and keep remembering all the good times spent with Maui.
Comment by Joyce on August 6, 2008 at 6:59pm
Dear James and Molly, I was so gladdened hearing these stories. I was also glad to see that you look good and seem to be doing ok. Of course I can be ok, and then the next thing I know I am crying about my lost baby. It's a selfish thing I know because they are at peace and will always be in our hearts. I think the beard looks good!
Comment by Dee on August 6, 2008 at 6:00pm
I totally understand your feelings of messages from Maui. I, too, have experienced these with a 2-year old son we lost, my dad and recently my mom. Interestingly, after Tim Russert's death, at the end of his memorial, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (the single voice and ukelele version -- which is beautiful) was played as the people started leaving the Kennedy Center. When they came outside, there was a double rainbow awaiting them. Those we love and care about let us know they are well and happy after their passing. It is very comforting, and I know seeing Maui's image in the clouds and meeting her turtle friend were welcome sights. When you are as connected as you all were, it's undeniable. And the beard - -I like it. Wear it as long as YOU like it. Either way, you look nice. We eagerly await meeting your next "best friend" -- the fortunate one you choose, or who chooses you. God bless.
Comment by Beverly Jacobson on August 6, 2008 at 5:56pm
Dear James and Molly,
I'm so glad you're back. I've been watching and wondering how you were doing.
I love the beard. You look great.
I'm so happy that you recognize that Maui is watching over you and letting you know that she's still with you in spirit. Just think, isn't it wonderful, she can now see the beach. Time heals and when you're able, please consider another furry friend. It's the one thing that has always helped me, when I've had to return, to God, what was rightfully His and only lent to me. My tiny toy poodles, Buddy & Rusty helped me to bear the loss of Angel & Pepper and Mr. T (for Tuxedo), my cat, helped me bear the loss of Gucci, It really does help amd you two have so much love to give. Please consider it. In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bev, Buddy, Rusty, and Mr. T

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