We all know that my husband has had things happen but would never admit them to me. Well let me tell you... HE HAS! I am so excited, of course I didn't tell him that I would post them on here because, and well I have to take baby steps with that one. Ok, this is what he told me.
Last night (Sunday) we were laying in bed and talking about just random things, out of the blue he mentioned something about seeing someone in the front of the house off to the side (if you remember that's where I always saw the person too). Well, I didn't want to pressure him more about anything because if I did, I knew that he wouldn't tell me more, which I felt like he had more to tell me.
He didn't go into much detail about seeing someone outside, but he did tell me that during one weekend, while I was out, he said he heard something like a whimpering sound and while we don't have any dogs we do have a cat, he said that he went and listened to her for awhile and came to the conclusion that it wasn't her. He did say that the noise stopped that it didn't happen for very long, just long enough for him to know what the noise was. He never brought it up because he said that he felt bad for telling me that it was all in my head and that nothing could really be happening.
He also told me something else, which I can remember this day also. We had a last minute barbecue one Saturday and I had to run to the store for some things that we needed, while I was going out the door I heard him say "what the hell?", I mean I didn't pay any mind to it because I figured, you know something happened in the kitchen. Well, I forgot and he reminded me of that day and I told him that I remembered, he said "well when you left the kitchen, the jar of mustard was sitting on the floor"; he figured I had put it there to mess with him. I told him "that's not something I would do to mess with you", he said he knew and just went about doing what he needed to do.
He told me that sometimes he doesn't like being here alone when I am not there; he says it just feels strange. We talked about maybe getting him to bless the house (he's more religious than I am and I wouldn't know where to begin trying to bless something other then someone when the sneeze).
So, that's basically all he told me, seeing things out of the corner of his eye, hearing things but only once has he said something moved, which was the mustard. He says he's not scared just sometimes feels uneasy. Well, that's the story, as far as anything happening to me, nothing much other then seeing someone standing outside. Feel free to give me your input.