There’s a storm out on the ocean and it’s moving this old way. If your soul’s not anchored in Jesus, you will surely drift away.

I can see the sun peeping through the clouds; the storm is almost gone. – Dorothy Norwood

Between the hours of 4 and 5 a.m. , is when I have “visits” from my loved ones who’ve passed over . To me it’s like a mother who has finally calmed an infant that has been crying hysterically. It’s been over a month since we lost our grandmother . For some weeks now I have been screaming to the top of my lungs, inside of my head, and tears roll down my checks when I’m alone. I’m grateful for visits because they help me to continue on with life. The visit was “short and sweet”. That’s appropriate for her because my grandmother was very short (5”2) and her nickname was “sweet”. My grandmother was a blessed woman . She had numerous heart attacks during her lifetime & that didn’t stop her .I want go too deep into details about the visit here on my blog but I will say I am so grateful that i had the opportunity to do her hair again . 🙂 I’m so grateful that I was able to see her move around in the kitchen (cooking) again. She said that she thinks about leaving us behind sometimes (especially my mom) and it makes her sad, but this was all “necessary” and went on to say that “everything is going to be alright” . She told me to listen for her in the “thunder”, which was amazing because before I received the news she had passed on June 22nd , with a sick gut feeling in Houston Tx , staring out of the window , I had never experienced a thunderstorm like that , it was complete chaos , yet she didn’t suffer , she just slept away peacefully. I will always listen for her in the “thunder”, That’s where I will find comfort and the strength I need to go on. I feel like she started preparing us for this many years ago , telling us about her visions more than her dreams . I recall her telling us about a storm coming . I remember her talking about the songs that were playing throughout her vision, “A Storm Out On The Ocean” – Bishop Stevens & The Storm Is Almost Gone” – Dorothy Norwood . We were thinking it was a vision of the catastrophic hurricane Katrina Hitting New Orleans a year or two later …but I know now ,that wasn’t it . She was getting us ready for her departure. It all makes sense now . 💓 we love you Sweet . We are listening , and the family will see you again .

-Below is the video of the thunderstorm , “Chaos & Peace” June 22nd

https://youtu.be/PoH5OryfXP8