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kardagen (2 stories) (161 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
That's right Aussie,...sorry forgot where I was going with that. But I tread along the lines of; lemur knows the truth of it, dos't matter weather or not people agree, disagree, believe or don't. The reality of what happens is with lemur, And zzs. There are a few stories I find hard to believe. But that is my opinion and I keep it to my self. There is no point to saying its untrue. Simply move on and don't post. Not that hard.
Rashidah (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
aussiedaz I do not think you are getting the point on where narcissa is coming from.

From what I understood from your 'losers' I assumed that you also meant me since I too did not agree with the story.

But I am done and so over it.

Hear is some wisdom for you. You do not even know me or Kericho. And if you want to give advice, learn to take advice in return.

I am out
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1519 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
Narcassi, I have no problem with those that disagree with the author, I do however have a problem with people being rude, I was also trying to divert the energy of reply to the story and not wasting space going on with this nonsense, but as you pointed out everyone is entilted to their opinion, do you think we can stop the mud throwing, cause I don't know if you realize it, you are prolonging the problem by pionting your finger at others wether your right or wrong... If it makes you feel better then everything is my fault I'm sorry please can we respect this Authors right to fair comments and if you feel you must reply could you send me an email PLEASE and let others here comment on the story.

Regards Aussie
kardagen (2 stories) (161 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
Rashidah: "dancing with the devil in the pale moon light" is a quote from a movie. It can be roughly interpreted as... Well my interpretation of it is placing your self in a situation of unnecessary risk. Or a thrill seeker if you will.
narcissa (4 stories) (77 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
Aussie:

Don't take any offence, but I feel that it was a bit inappropriate to use words such as "loser" for anyone here. I agree that Kericho was rude and I personally find this story believable (re my comment) but still it is uncivil and juvenile to call someone a "loser" simply because they don't agree or conform to the same views as you or anyone.

And while I disagree with kericho on his views about this story, he is not really wrong, so to see, from HIS point of view... Its not like he knows anything about granny or lemur's family history and stuff like that, so his curiosity wasn't totally unjustified. 😊

Again, I apologize if I have offended anyone with this post. I just wanted to say that this is an open forum, and let's deal with it democratically. No need to get harsh or abusive if someone doesn't agree.

😊 ❀
monkeylemur82 (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
ROFLMMFAO! THATS GREAT! I love this site more everytime I come here!
Rashidah (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
"dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight"

I would like to know what that term meant if you do not mind me asking.
monkeylemur82 (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
my last comment was not meant to offend. It really was a legitimate round of questions. I apologize whitebuffalo, I know I'm new here and I surely didn't mean to cause any controversy.
thanks again for reading EVERYONE! 😊
Rashidah (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
That is right. We are adults here.
WE ARE NOT IN KINDERGARDEN ANYMORE.
whitebuffalo (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
You are absolutely right, Rashidah.
Everyone has a right to voice their opinion. I do not know if that last comment was for me, as I was the last one to post here, but what I was referring to was the bashing of certain posters.
I am going to keep that as all encompassing as I wrote it. This is not a site that is going to tolerate persons who story jump just to get a jab in at someone that they feel has a personal vendetta against someone else. This is a site that was designed to SHARE experiences. A person should NOT be discounted as for their associations.
We do not dog fight, we do not lead into dog fights.
Let us all just try to remain calm and keep our comments to the story line and forget about the rivalries. It is totally unnecessary.
In Honor
Rashidah (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-28)
I feel like if someone disagrees with something they have the right to voice it. I myself find this story strange and confusing. You all are right that Kericho should not of used that offensive word. But this is not a childish competition to see if Kericho is outnumbered.
That is all I am going to say.
Peace Out
whitebuffalo (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Alrighty. Pshhhhhh. That is me putting out the fire. Personal grievances really have no place here. If you have a tiff with or about someone, can we keep this all above the board, please? No need to jab in the low blows.
Wa-do.
nunnghost (5 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Um, excuse me Kiricho
But I think that story is true. It's just like what aussiedaz said, it is possible to not see family photos for a long time. So, if I were you I would just keep the bad comments to myself. Hey, that's atleast 6 people who are against you in this arguement. So, I believe you're WAY outnumbered. πŸ€”
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4982 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
aussie - way to go (standing and applauding). Lemur - that's the way to handle them. "Who gives a rip?" was recently stated by one of our friends somewhere else, but I think it applies here too.

You are blessed that your dad can come see you and your babies. No one can take that from you! 😊
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1519 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
lemur and granny, this story is too beautiful to allow a few looser's sabotage how most of the good folk here, feel about the two of you and the spiritual journey both of you have endure... I ask those that comment on from this point, to ignore what has been posted and and direct your energy toward the story itself.
Lol Aussie ❀ ❀ ❀
monkeylemur82 (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
oh ps
Kericho: I read some of your other comments on other peoples stories and id just like to ask you a question. Why do you bother reading other peoples stories if all your going to do is try and debunk whatever experience they had? Moreover why are you a member of a "GHOST STORY" site if you just want to tell people "i gotta call bs"? Are your experiences the only ones that count?

Just asking...
monkeylemur82 (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
thank you ma. But I really don't even care what negative things other people have to say. Lol I'm not the one "dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight"! Nor do I feel I have to explain myself to anyone. I know what happened and that's really all that matters to me. Thank you again for defending me ma, and thanks to everyone, even those who would rather not have, for reading my story. I appreciate it more than you know.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3327 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Kericho: Call it what you will...Leslie's Dad and I were not married... Since he wasn't there to SIGN THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE, I could not give her his last name as that, so I made it her first name... My reasons for keeping the pictures hidden are really none of your, or Rashida's, business, but use your head, and think about it!...

Now, anyone else want to tango?
blue_raven80 (13 stories) (338 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Kericho, I don't think it is proper for you say that to someone who has experienced something unusual. I may suggest that you read the story first before you say anything like that. I agree with aussiedaz and miracle, it is possible not to see certain family photos for a long time.
galvon (142 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
kericho:

Throwing around insults arent going to help.

Try to make a more logical comment than an brainless action.
Rashidah (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Wow what a story.
I think I will pass this page without commenting.
Kericho you are ri... Never mind my statement might upset some people.

Great story
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1519 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Kericho Your the second person here that has not read this story correctly and it is quite possible not to see certain family photos for a long time, in my own story I saw my dads spirit when I was 30 something and only could confirm it was him when I took a second look at his weeding photo, no need to throw insults around especially when your wrong 😠
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4982 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
Kericho - I think you may have jumped the gun here a little bit. I would suggest going back and reading the stories posted by zzsgranny. She commented here, so you'll be able to read her stories.

Zzsgranny is monkeylemur's momma.
Kericho (17 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
So when you were born your name was Leslie Leslie? You never saw a picture of your father until you were 13? I gotta call BS on this one.
narcissa (4 stories) (77 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
awesome story Lemur... You know, I have always had a yearning to meet and see my own grandafther who I hear a LOT about, and who is no more... I wish he would pay me a visit like this some day, LOL I know sounds silly but honestly I wished so after reading your story 😊

Lovely story, thanks for sharing. Brought tears to my eyes ❀
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1519 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
m/lemur, Your story has brought tears to my eyes, you should feel very proud of your father, for being able to reach out to you the way he did❀it was a gift that only so few departed love ones can achieve, the fact the you weren't frigten by this experience... Demonstrates how powerful a connection of love and its intuition truely is... What a beutiful story going into my favorites... Interesting about the clock freezing in time I have experience that myself... May need to send a calling out to w.b for some enlightnment... YOU know something sweatheart your father knows your in good loving hands (ZZS) I'm so happy for you even though I'm feeling sad (sorry guys starting to talk to myself again) cherish this experience and I'm sure you do... Thank you for sharing it take care, Lol ❀

Aussie
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-27)
monkeylemur82: Excellant story its nice of you father to show himself to you to reassure his love for you and your mum, I bet you behaved yourself a bit more from then on LOL. Your mum and yourself write and sound exactly the same as each other that's awesome 😁 Thank you for sharing your story with us.

Dan
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3327 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
Moongrim, no silly...Zoe's his grand-daughter!...

I remember what I was thinking when I saw you scrubbing the hell out of the counter tops: "what has she gotten herself into, now!?"...It was a relief to know that it was only your Dad coming to visit! LOL... We had a pretty long talk about the signs I see and hear (one song in particular), and cried a while...

It actually blew my burned-out mind!

Good story, baby, going in my faves... Love you 😊 ❀
Moongrim (2 stories) (871 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
That's rather interesting. Which means your younger sister is being visited by a man who isn't her father.

Cool indeed.
blue_raven80 (13 stories) (338 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
A wonderful tear jerking story! You are so lucky to meet your dad and your baby met him too, who knows? ❀
cosmogal926 (9 stories) (1223 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
This is an amazing and very touching story. I truly believe that our relatives and loved ones come back to check on us from time to time. I had a smiliar experience with a grandfather that I have never met. It's nice to hear that your father is watching over you and your daughter. I'm sure you are very comforted by it. Thanks for sharing your story 😊 ❀
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4982 posts) mod
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
monkeylemur82 - hey, Leslie, a story definitely worth waiting on.

Tears in my eyes as we speak. Your mom's story made me cry when I read it. This one is too.

Glad you chose that one as your first. Looking forward to reading more.

Marjie
monkeylemur82 (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
thank you all for reading!
[at] kardagen, I firmly believe that people are watching us! And that they do take care of us in their own way.
[at] badjuujuu, a wonderful gift it was, when I calmed down enough to realize! Lol

I will be putting up a few more stories pertaining to my experiences involving my dad. Some are rather odd, even to me! πŸ˜†
BadJuuJuu (guest)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
What a wonderful gift, to be able to meet your father like that. This story gave me that warm fuzzy feeling 😁.
kardagen (2 stories) (161 posts)
12 years ago (2010-05-26)
Wonderful story, odd how human nature is isn't it? One moment comfortable, complacent, the next freaked out and cleaning house. Both my grandmothers swore my grandfathers were still in the home watching over their familys. Thanks for sharing.

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