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Moonlight Becomes You So . . .

March 2, 2009

From the website of Stephen Charles Long

This wonderful story by Nancy Portz of Claverack, New York, appeared in the March 2009 issue of Guideposts. It’s difficult enough to explain away the first “coincidence,” much less the second. But I defy anyone to read the final sentence and try to convince me that this is anything other than what it clearly is: contact.

I could clearly remember those wonderful childhood days, even as my aging father’s power of memory faded—happy days growing up with my four brothers and three sisters in that big rambling house we loved so much at 244 Robinson Street.

Who could forget those giddy, lively family dinners when all 10 of us would crowd in around the table at dinnertime, times when Mom and Dad were known to spontaneously burst into song? “Moonlight becomes you so…” my dad would croon to Mom, doing his best Bing Crosby impression for us.

During the last five years of his life, (more…)