I never thought I would ever tell this story. Mainly due to the fact that it was supernatural and very offbeat. The type of story you tell aloud and people call you bonkers.
But I am going to tell it today.
I died and came back. Here’s the story.
I met my husband at The Turtle Club in Hoboken, New Jersey, for our first date. It is ironic because the turtle is known to be inherently slow, when our relationship went lightning speed, marrying within the first 6 months of knowing each other.
We got married in NYC at City Hall, all Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex in The City-esque. I always wanted to be a legend.
We got pregnant with twin boys. I found out in a doctor’s office near City Hall in NYC, very close to my office in the Fitch Building in FiDi, the abbreviation for Financial District in New York City. I worked right down the road from the Fearless Girl in front of the raging Wall Street bull statue and felt fierce.
I felt I could do it all. I had my whole life in front of me.
I made it to 36 weeks and 5 days, where the doctor said he wanted to do a C section as the boys were almost a pound apart and it could be harmful to each other.
They made an appointment for me to have the procedure done on November 25th, a month before their full term due date on December 25th. They were supposed to be Christmas babies but Jesus got jelly and made it November 26th instead. The procedure was supposed to be done on November 25th but they forgot to call me to let me know, lol!
I went in and the first shriek of relief was my son and firstborn, Pierce Thomas. Soon after, John Whittier came out as well and hearing his cry along with it was the best feeling I had ever felt in my life. They were safe, they were healthy, and they were mine.
They sewed me up and I soon went to post OP recovery in the maternity ward overlooking the cityscape of the Hudson river. A plus view there!
I began to get cold. I asked the nurse for blankets because I seemed to get colder and colder. Then I began to past out. Luckily there was a nurse in the room at the time, where I was able to tell her I was passing out.
Then it went dark.
I remember floating effortlessly in darkness with a light ahead. There were other shadows standing near the light, and my great friend who passed away a year earlier from heart issues yelled ‘Go BACK!’ when I was just getting comfortable. I woke up to a woman pumping my stomach area.
I had a blood clot post OP. And I came back.
I never thought I would have the courage to tell this story.
I never thought that childbirth could end my life.
I went in thinking the best, and the universe almost robbed me of being a mom. How rude!
I am so grateful for my friend that told me to come back. I know he was upset that he left earth so suddenly, and felt bad for leaving us so soon. He was always a funny friend, a gentleman and a scholar. He would have given the shirt off his back to a stranger. He was giving and lovely. And he was there for me when I needed him most.
We never know when it’s our time to go, but I know now that I don’t need to be scared of death. It is more peaceful than living like Bella said in Twilight. Sorry had to go there, that movie got me through my 20s, don’t hate.
Have you had a near death experience? How has it affected you? Let us know in the comments below.
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Stacy, thank you for sharing your personal story. I am glad you listened to your friend. It wasn’t your time. Still things to do here on earth. Take care. Scott
Thanks Chief! Much more to be done. Much love, Stacy
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After a head-on collision, I was walking down a corridor with someone walking next to me. I looked into a room on my left and saw some people standing over someone covered with blood. I asked the person walking with me – “Is he going to make it?” “I don”t know,” my companion said. Then, I was on my back and opened my eyes. I saw people above me, sewing up my lip. A month or so later, while walking across the Mall in Washington, DC, in a daydream, I was walking that same hallway and could clearly see for the first time – it was me on the table getting my mouth sewn up. I called the ER room later and asked if there was anyone else in there at the same time I was there. “No,” was told, “you were the only one there that night.”
Amazing story, Ned. It’s good to know there are many of us out there that have experienced similar near death experiences. Netflix has a show out with these types of experiences too. Normally I don’t watch it, but this one was good. The name surpasses me now but it’s in the top ten today.
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I know that took a lot of strength to tell, thank you for sharing your story!
Thank you, Tiffany. I was feeling brave today. ♥️
Thank you for being brave and sharing your story. I have heard several similar stories lately and all of them say there is a feeling of peace. Many did not wish to return. I lost a dear friend, Ruthie, several years ago and soon after she died I asked her (I do talk to the dead) if she could tell me what heaven is like. Right in front of my car in the sky appeared the most beautiful cloud you could imagine in the shape of a heart. I knew she was telling me that heaven was a place of love.
I love that story, Gypsy Bev. Everything is everything, how beautiful is the world.
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