Archive for July, 2020

This is an unprecedented time in our history.  The existing pandemic has tested our ability to remain kind.  Shaken to our very cores, some of us have failed, and miserably at that.  I lost my mother to Covid [this is not to lament-only to prove a point] this year.  And yet, good can come from bad.  There is a silver lining in everything we see unfolding around us.  My actions, my choices during this period have tested me every day and yet I can STILL walk away with my head high and a smile on my face, with peace in my soul.  Knowing that at every turn I have made the best decisions for my loved ones and for myself.

So where is your smile?  Where is your peace?  You’d better find it.  Because living in fear can kiss ALL of our *sses.  Fear is not the way to go folks-no matter what decision is upon us.  Only kindness and love wins.

Regardless of the color of your skin

Regardless of the hardships you face

I PROMISE you-someone right now has it so much worse…



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I started reading at the age of about 16, then for multiple people at the age of 18.  A neighboring pack of good old gals showed me the ropes.  Like speaks to like.. as they say.  And very early on I realized something about all the good readers.  It takes TIME to develop your craft.  It takes hard work and time.  I can’t add hot water to this and make it an instant overnight success.   I have had steady and faithful clients now for over a decade.  Not only does it take time but in my younger years I realized that these readers were older.  They had time to do this full time.  They have spent years honing their intuition and gifts.

I am now in a very good position to do just this. No longer are the trappings of the 9-5 for me.  I have time to devote to the craft and nothing but the craft.  And this is what I’m going to start doing.  Every day until the end of 2020, I will give away one free reading to the first person that contacts me.  One question, one answer.

I look forward to reading for you!



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