Be Merry and Bright

“People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.” Elisabeth Kübler-RossGrady laid her head on the tiled white bathroom floor. She couldn’t feel the hardness of the ground, or the coldness of the tiles, all she felt was her heart aching. No, not just aching, splintered and electrified. With each thought, each physical movement, and every emotion, Grady felt som … [Read More...]


2014 Family Update

Happy Holidays! I know that it sounds so cliché, but I wish I knew where 2014 went! Typically Guinness, our “wouldn’t hurt a fly” Australian Shepherd writes the Christmas Letter, but this year he is busy chewing on the best tasting rawhide and laying on the most comfortable couch that heaven has. After 13 years of filling our hearts with happiness, Guinness crossed over. To be honest I almost didn’t send any Christmas cards or give any updates, but even through our sadness, life continues on and … [Read More...]


The Holiday Hustle

Ho Ho NO, Humbug! I sat on the hard wooden bench at my local mall watching the energy swirl around. My dad and husband were doing some Christmas shopping, and not wanting to be tempted to buy anything that wasn’t on my list, I took a break and sipped on a hot chocolate hoping to feel the holiday spirit. But even the Christmas music that was piped in didn’t seem to help with the holiday cheer and instead I heard parents screaming and kids crying. One lady rushed by with her young son, “Look, I’m n … [Read More...]


A Thankful Heart

Unkind words, and sometimes truthful words, can certainly hurt, but what hurts even more is hanging on to the words and that hurtful moment, as if they are ghosts of the past continually haunting you. By replaying it over and over, it becomes poison to your confidence, your self esteem and your soul and causes that grudge and a whole other array of emotion to play with your mind and your heart. It stops people from loving again, trying new things, and growing. Like a butterfly stuck in a mason … [Read More...]


How to Celebrate when Missing Someone

The commercials for the holidays started early, and I’m noticing from my sessions that so has the deep missing and depression that tags along during this time. Whether you’ve experienced a divorce, the end of a friendship, or the loss of a loved one, the holidays can make the missing even more painful. Instead of feeling jolly, a pasted smile with a sense of dread and sadness is the norm. Those that have never encountered this type of a heart ache don’t understand, but those that have, know that … [Read More...]


All Dogs Go To Heaven…

I chose him before his eyes were even opened. I stayed with him until his eyes closed again for this physical world. For those who aren't animal lovers or pet owners it is probably hard to understand. I chose him from a large litter of puppies at a local farm owned by a friend. His parents were workers, because Aussies are known herders and that is what they love to do. He had freckles and was a tri-colored with a white lightening strike on his forehead that made the kids and I think of Harry … [Read More...]


7 Ways to Simplify Your Life

Deep into the darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. ~Edgar Allan Poe, "The Raven" October is always busy, and although every year I say that I refuse to double and triple book my schedule, I always do. This year has been no exception.And I leave myself exhausted and emotional. Pinholes into my energy are poked and I am prone to illness and an overall sad feeling, mainly from sleep deprivation. We all have done … [Read More...]


7 Things Never to Say to a Psychic

Halloween - tis the season for psychics, tarot readers and mediums. It’s my year-round business, but most people think of the fortune telling, crystal ball kinds most when the leaves change and begin to fall. My Octobers changed completely when I came out of the psychic medium closet almost ten years ago. It used to be my favorite month, and in a way it still is, but I don’t get to see too much of it as you have to take advantage of the business when the business comes. I thought I would give you … [Read More...]


A New Moon in Scorpio with a Partial Lunar Eclipse

The moon visits the sign of Scorpio just as the partial solar eclipse begins, and just as we welcome in the NEW MOON. You should be feeling quite psychic and intuitive today, which means that nobody will be able to get away with anything today as your gut instincts are turned all the way UP. This can draw some heightened emotions for you, so be cautious with being over dramatic, especially when it comes to love (or lack of love). You might be feeling over confident and testy, so be careful … [Read More...]

The Perfect Storm; Mercury Retrograde and Ebola

Many have asked my opinion about the recent Ebola 'outbreak'. Many have also reminded me and others of my prediction I made in November 2013 of a medical crisis (Influenza outbreak – much like SARS – that happens in the fall-time of 2014), and of the 'visions' that I had in 2012 and 2013 where people were being quarantined by the government into large buildings that resembled University dorms. Even through all of those visions, I still am not panicking - but that doesn't mean that I'm not taking … [Read More...]