My Husband's Mother passed away at 4:40PM yesterday. Interesting "coincidences".
September 17, 2011 9:36am CST
Phil's Mom died on a Friday. Years ago, his Dad and Uncle died on a Friday. They all died between 4PM and 5:30PM. His Mom died yesterday, today is his deceased Dad's birthday. Have you noticed any interesting coincidences or do you have any interesting stories about death and dying? My Grandmothers prayed that they would know and have time to do what they wanted before they died. My Dad's Mom got to finish her rosary before she died of her heart stopped beating. My Mom's Mom got to make her final confession to a Priest before she died of an annurism.
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• Onaway, Michigan
17 Sep 11
So sorry for your loss. My step-dad passed away November of 2010 and then my moms friend lost his wife in the spring of 2011. This friend is a man and is the man my mom is seeing now. My mom and step-dad we're friends with the guy and his wife and my step-dad worked with the guy.
• Boise, Idaho
17 Sep 11
I am so sorry to hear of your husband's moms passing. It is sad to lose people from our lives. It sounds like she was ancious to see her husband. I hope your husband isn't too saddened by her passing and glad to have her going to be with her husband and his father.
30 Sep 11
hi there i am really sorry to hear about your loss, i have a strange coincidence in my family but it is not about dying.... all our birthdays fall on the same day of the week every year......i am first 14th april then dad 9th june mum 14th july and my brother 13th october....they seem random enough but we all had our bday on a thursday this week...however we are a really close loving family maybe that is our secret.....spooky :)
• United States
1 Oct 11
Thank you. Our birthdays are 3 years apart. I'm 53, so my brother is 50, another brother is 47, and another is 44. Since I'm the oldes, I just subtract 3 repeatedly. Funny how birthdays work in my family, too. We have to move far apart to get along.
22 Sep 11
Synchronizing is an event that looks like to be all too widespread among people these days. The matter with it is that some people brace unsystematic relevant events up to twist of fate every time a resemblance strikes them, or, the intense opposite, people call every little concurrence an example of synchronizing.