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All you gotta do is ask: a Friday love story

“The universe waits for the perfect time to whisper in your ear, ‘Look this way.’”—Amy Poehler 

15Thought I’d share a fun story to kick off the weekend.

A chiropractor from Marco Island was reading E-Squared. She asked for a sign about her relationship with her boyfriend who, after a beautiful winter together in Florida, was returning to Canada. Before boarding a plane to Tennessee (they were both flying to a friend’s wedding), she got very still and, from her heart, said, “Hey dude, I could use a sign about this wonderful man who is heading home soon to Canada!”

Here’s what happened:

1. The flight attendant congratulated them on their marriage. That was odd since a) they are not married, b) they are not engaged and c) they hadn’t mentioned they were heading to a wedding.

2. The taxi driver also congratulated them on their marriage. Again, why would he say something like this out of nowhere?

3. That night at dinner, after returning from the ladies’ room, she found a card waiting for her. It was from her boyfriend and it said, “When you know, you know.” Yep, even though she had no idea this was coming, he asked her to marry him.

4. The next day, at the wedding, where she was a bridesmaid, guess who caught the bouquet?

Congratulations to the happy couple. And congratulations to all of us who are starting to get it, that indeed the universe is just waiting for us to ask.

Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy

14 Responses

  1. Omg Pam , you SO made my day with this story ! Congrats to that Happy Couple! And tell them, ” Thanks for paving the way for the rest of us!!!!! ) send them my live ! 💛💙💜💚❤️💗💍💎💖💞💕

    Like a bolt out of the blue, date steps in and sees you through ! ⚡️⚡️⚡️👰

    PS: I’m ready to ask the FP for more signs 🙂

    Have a great day, Deb


  2. I welcome romantic love in my life. I ask for a very clear sign. It’s been such a LONG TIME..

  3. I am finally getting it. It is just amazing and I have to say really ,really fun
    I am looking forward to my “new” relationship to begin.Come on Universe I am waiting with open arms:)

  4. Awesome love story! Cant wait til your new book arrives. I preordered it. I love sharing your E2 and E3 books! I must have bought at least 6 for friends and family so they can learn too! I hate not being able to discuss my results with anyone. Now they can relate!

  5. Pam, I love starting my day with your positive posts + upbeat messages.

    Right before I read your post, I sent this old favorite quote to a friend: “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

    What I love so much about your work/writings is that there is no such thing as possible/impossible. There is just the magic unfolding of life.

    Grateful for you! And also to your readers who always leave wonderful comments! ❤️

  6. Love that story. So happy for the magical couple.
    Looking forward to holding my copy of Thank and Grow Rich, which I will buy from my local independent bookstore.
    Thank you Pam, for your sunshine!

  7. This is a ” feel good”for sure. Have you, from deep in your heart WITHOUT any fear, been asking Universe for what you REALLY want? It says Universe is waiting for us to ask!!! I’ll be doing my own homework on this as well, rest assured !!!! Xoxoxo Sent from my iPhone


  8. Want to add a tiny bit of additional synchronicity with this story…the couple spent the winter on Marco Island, your quote on top is from Amy, her parents spend their winters on Marco Island and I just got home from my winter on Marco Island!

  9. Great story! I asked if I should continue my writing or just drop it. I got 3 compliments in one day and one was from a professor of literature. I have a high school education. Guess the quilting will wander to the side. 🙂

  10. This post made me cry! I was having a shitty day and wanted to snap out of the funk so headed to your blog to read something positive…and i read this!!

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