Maybe it’s a song or a season. Perhaps a smell or a food. Or it could simply be a feeling that runs through our veins that reminds us of a loved one lost. We take a moment, maybe longer, to think about them and wonder what life would be like if they were still around.
But some people experience what they consider to be signs, and they’re bigger than just a small reminder of a loved one. Signs appear in front of us and make us believe they were sent directly from someone in the afterlife. And that’s exactly what happened to Denise Underhill in the summer of 2017.
Underhill’s mother, Beryl Turton, died in 2015. Although it had been 18 months since she passed, Underhill still admitted to thinking about her mother all of the time. And, on that fateful summer day in 2017, she had a strange urge to pick up the phone and simply talk to her, just like she used to do.