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Signs! I Can Win the Lotto Now!

It’s been three months since my father transitioned. His animal sign to me is a Red Robin. He’s shown me it quite often, just when I thought Robins had abandoned Waxahachie. He came through for me in a meditation for me last week. I gave him a hug and told him I loved him and asked how his crossing was and he only said one word to me, “Seven.” I said, what? What did you say? “Seven,” he answered and then disappeared. I thought maybe it was a day dream but my guides spoke to me afterward and I was flabbergasted at the whole thing! Seven, what the hell?

His anniversary was on June 6th, my granddaughter’s birthday on the 8th. Seven, I couldn’t think of anyone’s birthday, death day or anniversary on a seventh. All week I had been hearing on the sports radio stations about the NBA basketball championship may go to game seven. Not likely, but my dad was a really big NBA fan and had watched as many basketball playoffs as I have watched triple crown races for the past forty years. On Sunday the ninth, I was still thinking about it at my granddaughters birthday brunch. Seven, seven, seven, what was he talking about? Then it hit me, I must be getting slow in my old age, because he wasn’t talking about something that was important to him. He was talking about something that is important to me!!

I pull for the Cowboys and OU football, the Texas Rangers, but I’m really a fair weathered fan. I jump on the heap when they are winning, but if they are not, I rarely look at the scores. My Super bowl is the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, Belmont Stakes and Breeder’s Cup horse races. I thought no way!

Neither one of the horses I wanted to win won the Belmont the day before. Sir Winston won the race at longshot odds of 10 to 1. Basically the same odds I would find out what my dad was telling me. My memory isn’t that good, so I had to look it up. Lucky number “seven” at 10 to 1, Sir Winston won the Belmont. I got my dad’s message four days before the race. It blew my tiny cowboy mind! I’m not putting a dollar on a basketball game, but I hope the series goes to seven games, for my dad. Next up, OK Dad, I’m ready for those lotto numbers!!!

Steve Spur

Steve Spur is an Evidential Psychic Medium based in the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas area. He reads for people all over the United States to reconnect people with their friends, family and loved ones who have crossed over.

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