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Tommy lived a short and unhappy life in his most recent lifetime. He is Asian, but he has not yet told us which country he is from. He has been with us for 6 or 8 months now, and he will still not talk to us about his homeland, but he is a lot more comfortable around us than he was upon his arrival months ago.
He does not wish to stay with us, however, because thousands of spirits around him makes him uncomfortable. For this reason, he has been staying with Tracy temporarily, who has the least number of spirits in her keep of all of us. He said he can deal with 25 to 50 spirits but not thousands or even hundreds. Tracy doesn't have hundreds, but she cannot promise she won't have at least 100 spirits with her for the rest of her life, so we felt it was best to help Tommy find another home.
Tommy passed away when he was only 4 years old. He was born November 18, 1964, and passed away on January 4, 1969. His death was senseless. His mother simply did not feed him, so he died of malnutrition. Needless to say, his mother was a POS. She had the means to feed him, but she blew every last penny she earned on alcohol, and she earned her money by sleeping with men. She did minimal time in prison for his wrongful death. She claimed she simply couldn't afford nutritious food for him, and no one would help her.
When he was alive, Tommy was often alone. He did not have any siblings, and he did not have a father or friends he could play with. The only things he had that he cherished were a few toys one of their neighbors gave him when their child grew out of them. His stuffed rabbit, Willis, was his favorite toy of all. He tells us that Willis was haunted. He could hear him talking to him, and he was often protected by Willis when his mother would come home in a drunken stupor and start lashing out on him. Because she was drunk, she never knew that it was Willis who was pushing her till she would fall on her ass when she would start to beat on Tommy.
Willis is in Heaven, but Tommy says he feels and hears Willis from time to time. He said he knows Willis checks in on him.
Because Tommy did without so much in his life and because he needed protection from his own mother, in the afterlife, he has learned how to fend for himself, as well as other children who are still alive but in similar situations as he was in. He said that he knows he prevented a newborn baby from being murdered. He then went a step further to out the mother who was harming her baby. The mother had postpartum depression that got so bad that she was suicidal and also wanted her baby gone. That baby has since been adopted by a loving family, thanks to Tommy.
Since Tommy was so sad during his short life, he has learned to appreciate even the smallest things, and he has helped people who deal with depression, PTSD, sadness, and a feeling of worthlessness to pull out of those terrible states of being. In addition, he has helped people love themselves again after having felt poorly about themselves for years. He has also helped people to become forgiving and more loving and accept forgiveness and love from others when they found that to be a difficult task, pre-Tommy. All he asks for in return is the same love and compassion.
Tommy likes anything we give him. He literally appreciates even the smallest gestures. There is a matchbox car here that is missing a wheel. When he said he likes cars, Sonya told him the only car she could find in the "goodies closet" was the one with a missing wheel. His "face" lit up, regardless of the missing wheel! He said he would love to have that car to look at. Sonya gave it to him, but the next day, she brought him a brand-new matchbox race car, and he was ecstatic!
He has never refused any food or drink offerings we set out, but he seems to really enjoy breakfast foods. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, breakfast sandwiches, and even oatmeal with fruit.
He enjoys watching other kids play, and he absolutely loves other child spirits. He likes all animals, as well. Despite how terrible his mother was to him, he loves women. He longs for someone to treat him like one of their own so he can feel what that is like, as it is hard for him to reflect on older lifetimes after having lived four years of abuse and neglect in his most recent life.
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