precognitive dreams

by jacqueline golburgh
(homestead fla.)

...Since I was a little girl I've had precognitive dreams. I have a knowing, but I cannot prevent things from occurring. I guess that is left up to forces greater than myself. I dreamt (when I was about 6) that my mother was walking down the street and little pieces of bone were falling from her body. It was a recurring dream. Night after night after night I would wake from this .It was very upsetting to one so young.

When I was about 10 my mother careened down a flight of marble stairs and smashed down on the marble landing. This was the beginning of a true nightmare! Fireman came and took a chair from our dinning room. They proceeded to lift her onto it and carry her back up the stairs, then set her down on the sofa in our living room. (This is a complete no no. One should never sit a fall victim.) She lay on that sofa saying” Just let me rest. I'll go to work soon..." That was the beginning of the end of her life, as she knew it.
An ambulance transported her to the hospital. It was thought that she had a broken hip. The doctor set her hip. She came home and her hip started to swell. She was in inexorable pain! She would scream the most ghastly screams if one just walked by her bed and brushed by her toe!! She was bedridden. A psychiatrist was sent over!! The doctor said, "Close the door and let her scream"
After several surgeries it was found, that she had a terrible infection. This was called Osteomylitis, and it ate her hip and her thighbone away. Eventually, after years spent in the hospital, she was in a wheel chair. She was told she'd never walk again!!!!! But her SPIRIT was very strong. She went from a wheelchair to a walker to crutches and finally a cane. And then to nothing. She didn't only walk she danced! My mother lived to be 92. She survived every illness known to man; it was her inspiring WILL THAT KEPT HER GOING. .........I’ve HAD MANY MORE PREMONITIONS.... MORE LATER. JACQUIE

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May 06, 2010
how horrible for you
by: ilene Markus

jacquie, that had to be so horrible for you and have such an effect on your life. it gave me chills just reading it.
my son, joel, had osteomyelitis when was 16 while we were on a trip to new york. he was in horrible pain, had a fever of 105 and an
infection in the bone of his leg. he needed immediate surgery and was in the hospital for a long time and on i.v. treatment for many weeks. later we found out he had gaucher disease which causes weakness in the bones. it was a very hard time for him and the whole family. good does come out of bad though and joel is the wonderful, warm and sensitive person he is partly due to the suffering he endured. it makes you a stronger person.
it's sad to hear your mom suffered so much but it sounds like she was a very strong woman.
love ilene

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