Wednesday, October 29, 2014

For your amusement

Life at the Moore's: I couldn't find my muscle rub last night which is always on my nightstand/vanity. I was sleepy and not really needing it, so I went on to sleep. I woke up very early though and did need it and so I looked again on and under the nightstand with no luck. Then- I looked again. Gone. James gets up in a few - looks everywhere on that vanity-- no luck.  He went on to kitchen to make our tea and I dozed off for a few. When I woke up- there was the rub, plain sight- right there on my nightstand. So. I suppose "someone"  found it for me, Thank you very much. (james was as mystified as I was) So. There you go.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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For Your Amusement: strange thing happened with james

     If you know my husband James, then you know where he is concerned, nothing should surprise me. However, this is just weirder than usual.  The other day, I walked into the kitchen and there was James, just standing there, looking on a shelf for something. I stopped in my tracks as I actually did not recognize him. Yet.. I could plainly see it was him! I made a rapid mental inventory - it's James's clothes, it's his height, his posture, his body and face, and it's clearly not my son. As I was rapidly analyzing this, I was alarmed for my health,  thinking maybe I was fixing to have a stroke, when our dog Martin casually walked in.  Martin also stopped abruptly, stepped back and started barking at James as if he were a stranger.  Finally, after a few seconds, things seemed normal again.  James later said that at that moment he had intense feelings of gloom.  I am thinking, and I feel I'm right.. he was stepping partially out of his body.  I did feel at first that maybe it was an attachment, but after further thought and conversation, I think he was a bit "out."  It happened again last night but just for a second. I am wondering why I should have to tell James to cut it out and get back in your body, but then again, it is James.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

If you write, but don't hear back for a while, you might try again on down the road. I would love to reply to everyone, but alas, as I am only one person, I may not be able to do so. I will certainly say a prayer for anyone who writes and hope that if I cannot personally reply, perhaps a video might help... that is why I make them. Thanks so much for checking out my site!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

old story for fun. Important to maintain balance in ALL areas of one's life

It began as the same old Wal-Mart shopping trip going on as usual until we arrived at the electronic section. James was looking for a cell phone holder and I was seeking out a new headset.  Well, James was squatting down scanning the bottom shelf when I happened to see what I was looking for right beside him. I put my hand on his shoulder as I lowered myself down to be eye level with the object I desired.Well, I have to say I am not as small as when we were first married and he may not be as steady either as I sent him toppling over backwards. Of course when he went over, I lost my shoulder grip so I went on down too. I tried to land in a semi-dignified squat but naturally that did not happen. I landed with a thud and rolled on back too. At this point, poor James ( who is easily mortified) took hold of my shoulder in order to right himself evidently unaware that the law of gravity was still having it's way with me. Instead of heaving himself forward, he merely hastened my descent on back until I was nearly flat on my back-- where he was sent into tumbling backwards part 2. Actually, I was only nearly flat, as it is not possible to be flat if your shoulders are forward and your knees are drawn up so that you actually look like some sort of deranged armadillo. Well, not to be outdone, I grabbed hold of my man, and since he had only achieved a semi squat all I accomplished was to set him back on his behind and completed his trilogy of falling part 3. At this point, I had the clarity of mind to recall fire safety tips and stopped, dropped and rolled to my side until I managed to get control of my physical functions which until that moment I feared had totally escaped me. I finally managed to obtain a sitting position. James had regained a nonchalant squatting pose and was staring intently at the products ahead evidently pretending that he had no concept of whom I was and in fact was only partially aware that I was even there at all. Meanwhile, I tried to look as though it was perfectly natural if not preferable to sit on the floor while shopping for phone paraphernalia. I was thinking that at least we were not disgraced publicly as the aisle was empty until I heard the concerned wal-mart employee beside me inquire,  "M'am, is there anyway I can do to help you?"  I sighed and just told her, "no thanks."

presentation and radio appearance

I'll be on Coast 2 Coast with George Nory Oct. 3rd. I expect I will be discussing vision of world events.  More info as I get it concerning this.

I will speak on a variety of subjects (spirits, past lives, guides, alien beings, future events etc) as the energy of the audience (and spirit!) directs me. Audience participation welcome.  This Presentation, like all previous presentations, will be casual, lively, and free... tho donations are greatly and gratefully appreciated as it is only through your generosity that I am able to continue my work. I hope you will come and please share with anyone who may be interested.  ***Please email or message me so if you are coming as there is a space limit. I hope to see you there!****

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

current energy plus visions

As I think I said a month so so ago, Sept was likely going to be a turning point for world, and I feel that recent events reflect that.
I am thinking the next few weeks will be about who we know, how we know them, and in general, could be a good time for making friends, professional networking, rethinking relationships etc.  Romance is favored, but emotions could be very close to the surface and people may be extra sensitive. Bubble baths are favored as are walks in woods, beaches or other natural settings.
Okay, here are my visions, but you can just stop reading now if you wish as they are sort of awful... or not... just something I see.  I don't know how valid it is, so don't worry about it.
First, a couple of weeks ago, I "see" a city below me. It is surrounded, at least on one side, by mountains (not heavily forested), and I am sure a desert is nearby.  I "see" coyotes coming down from hills and in from desert, all are converging on the city. The coyotes are very large, very hungry and very determined -- and of course are symbolic of something else, I'm sure. The coyote is the trickster, a type of lone wolf.. smart, determined, fierce.. etc.
Ok, the next vision was today. I "see" `a blue sky but there are birds circling. I stare at them and while I think they are hawks, I realize they are vultures.
Well, on that happy note, I will leave this now with you.
In general, maybe it is time to enjoy your life, be happy and help others. Good will return to you I'm sure.

strange experience from a long time ago

this happened:
It happened a very long time ago on a dark and stormy night.  okay, actually it was dark, but not at all stormy.  i was driving my car toward my home on about a quarter mile down on Reid St, in Marion, when my headlights shone on what seemed to be a waving figure on the side of the road.  However.... It was a figure of a young man who seemed to be protruding only half way up from the ground! He was shirtless, grinning big and waving while his body, from waist down, seemed to be totally underground, tho there was no obvious disturbance of the soil nor grass around him.  His body seemed to glow in the glare of my headlights, as he grinned and waved one arm in my direction.   I can still see him in my mind's eye, his mop of dark brown hair thick on his head, his expression delirious as he grinned and waved wildly. Naturally i was greatly startled and swerved away from him, (which was too my left, tho there was no other traffic coming, thankfully.) I was so scared, and of course, my first thought was "demon!" but I was determined to control my fear and decided it had to be some kind of nut playing a rude game.   It made me so angry as I felt the prankster could have caused me to lose control of my car.  I figured that he was just sitting in a ditch, and was creating the illusion of emerging from the ground somehow.  I was so upset that i called the law to report him as not only could the idiot cause me to wreck, but could have been struck himself.  The next day, I drove by the area to see exactly where and how he had done his act.  To my surprise, there was NO ditch, NO culvert, NO disturbed earth... NOTHING.  There was only neatly clipped grass for the whole stretch of roadway.  For years afterwards,  and actually to this day, I look at the place where i saw this figure and wonder what or who i saw.  There IS a ditch there now, as I had just assumed there was then. All i know is: i know what i saw, it was terrifying and I doubt i will ever forget it.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

for your amusement, an old (silly) story about my husband and a dog named spike.

another old story for your amusement:
James does odd jobs. The latest job was the oddest of all: he had taken employment from spike, the 40 lb. beagle.Oh, James didn't know whom he would be working for at first. He naively believed that he would be doing housework, light repair jobs, etc. and believed he may need to walk a dog or two, but little did he realize he would be heeding spike the dog's commands. James and I went over to meet spike and his companion, Sally the Dalmatian, and they were just as nice as could be in front of their humans. I did notice that spike was rolling his eyes just a bit. Apparently he was mildly disgusted at the mere idea of having someone in the house while his mistress was away, but decided he would soon put a stop to this nonsense. Maybe he figured the money spent on James could be put to better uses, like buying himself better snacks, or more frequent treats. I did mention that he weighed 40 lbs., right?  The day came when poor James had to report to work. Sally and spike met him at the door barking loudly. James responded by talking to them nicely and continued to enter the house. He gave Sally a nice leathery treat, which she took and went to her room. You could tell that she sort felt she was selling out, but a treat is a treat, so she decided to let it go. Spike was more determined to put James out, so James whipped out an especially nice doggy biscuit. Spike took it, but you have never seen a dog so torn. Part of him wanted to attack and dislodge this unwelcome guest, but the greed was more that he could bear.                                                      He felt so guilty, that after consuming his treat, he decided to double up his efforts and began to snarl and snap. James didn't want to push his luck, so Spike got another treat. Spike realized that he was on to something. James proceeded to clean spike's home. Spike proceeded to follow him about the place inspecting every detail of work, flinging insults and criticism at every turn. When Spike's comments turned particularly nasty, he accepted another yet another, and then another treat that would placate him. Finally, James had to remove an old air conditioner from the basement. Now, spike had had just about enough. He already had to stand by while James had pillaged and plundered about the whole house, but removing this possibly valuable item was more than he was willing to stand for. He lunged at James' leg. Fortunately, a box of dry cat food was handy and James scattered it about the floor. Being a neat and tidy dog, spike was compelled to call off the attack and clean up every piece giving James just enough time to drag the thing outside to safety. Spike hurled several rude comments through the screen door expressing his extreme displeasure at this unfortunate turn of events. He decided to fire James on the spot and perhaps even sue him. Sally had joined him by now, having finished her chewy goody, and while she was not having much to say, she snubbed James wholeheartedly by refusing to make eye contact no matter how much he tried to get on her good side.James was sort of relieved that spike fired him. Spike is too hard to please and probably should just save his money for better snacks and treats. After all, he only weighs 40 lbs.