Your Own Worst Enemy

I sat at the blue cafeteria table, staring into space.   I heard the soft footsteps come up behind me, but I didn’t feel the need to turn around.  It just didn’t matter.   “I know you’re upset. Can I explain?”   I choked back the tears.  I didn’t want to give the very person [Read More...]

Merry Christmas

I have always thought of Christmas as a good time; a kind, forgiving, generous, pleasant time; a time when men and women seem to open their hearts freely, and so I say, God bless Christmas! ~Charles Dickens Merry Christmas from our home to yours! The presents have all been opened and the house is empty except [Read More...]

I Predict…

This time each year I receive calls and emails from television and radio stations asking for my New Year predictions. In previous years, I have reluctantly done them. I say reluctantly because I feel as if the predictions they are looking for are drama filled like – “I see several storms in this part of [Read More...]

Surrender Your Fear

Just a few weeks and counting until…no, not Christmas, the end of the world! Right? It is December 21st from what I have been forewarned. Fortunately I don’t play into the fear. Oh, sure I am all about being prepared for the just in cases, but when it comes to drinking the Kool Aid, I bring my [Read More...]

Shadows & Sunbeams

“Happiness is like a sunbeam, which the least shadow intercepts, while adversity is often as the rain of spring” “How will Santa bring presents? There isn’t a fireplace,” my six year old son asked looking around the tiny duplex, his gray eyes sad and scared. It wasn’t just about Christmas and Santa, but about the transition [Read More...]

From Grudge to Gratitude

“To be wronged is nothing, unless you continue to remember it.” ― Confucius   “You suck!” “I don’t love you anymore.” “I am so disappointed in you.” “You are ugly!” “You aren’t at all talented.”   Those unkind words, and sometimes truthful words, can certainly hurt, but what hurts even more is hanging on to the [Read More...]

Energy Zapped

She looked like a zombie, and it wasn’t even Halloween yet. “What is wrong with you?” I asked, as polite as I could. We were best friends and although I am psychic, I do try and live a normal life, with normal people and normal conversations. Being ‘on’ and ‘reading’ constantly would irritate most all [Read More...]

Shining Through the Darkness

“Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift.”  ― Mary Oliver   I think it is safe for me to say that we have all experienced a sad time in our life when we never thought the sun would shine again. [Read More...]

Believing is SEEING

I am very honored and grateful for the support of Lori Weiss and Marlo Thomas for sharing my life story with the world on the Huffington Post today – “After Years Of Secrecy, A Psychic Begins Solving Crimes”. “Are you sure you want to come out of the psychic closet?” Lori asked me in the [Read More...]

Ghostly Insight

My own ghostly encounters happened when I was only three years old. The ghost didn’t look anything like what is portrayed in movies. It didn’t look like Casper the Friendly Ghost. Nor did it look like a monster. Instead, it was a young girl dressed in a long dress and bonnet who looked lonely and [Read More...]


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