3 thoughts on “Heaven Is Waiting”

  1. ~ Romantic, Sweet, Beautiful Scenery – I Enjoy it More Every Time I Watch It. ~ This movie is about a man in his 40’s who has lost his wife to cancer three years prior. While the movie shows his departed wife talking to him throughout the movie, other people can’t see her there, he just feels her there and talks with her to help him figure out his own thoughts. Their daughter is in college and has found her special someone. It is hard for the dad to move on and to allow his daughter to be so grown up and his deceased wife to move on to heaven (which is waiting for her)…

  2. Another family-friendly film from Utah Ned is a dad in his mid 40’s or so whose wife passed away and he’s become super protective of his now-adult daughter, perhaps overbearingly so. He’s also scared to move on and find new love, 3 years on. He has imaginary conversations with his late wife, Kate, kinda like: What would Kate do? What would Kate say? That sort of thing. He just doesn’t follow the advice he knows she would give.It’s not clear what “Heaven is Waiting” for. Maybe for him to move on? But don’t…

  3. and still in love with my husband As a young widow going on four years now, and still in love with my husband, I definitely connected with the Dad in the movie. If you have been blessed with a long-term, wonderful marriage that ends far too soon and worse yet abruptly, it does take a long time to even think about loving again let alone dating. Even at three years, I wasn’t ready to date, so I connected with his reluctance, and I did often “talk” to my husband — it’s comforting. The Dad and deceased wife were the most…

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