I ended my work week with a bang. My last clients were a Portuguese husband & wife who were anxious about contacting family members. The first spirit to come through was the husband’s brother who died back in the 1970s. He described his sudden & violent death and told his brother not to worry that his passing was lightning quick. He then went on to describe in detail how peaceful his “death” was; that he was greeted by Antonio their grandfather & that he didn’t want his brother to continue to relive his death.. My client was in tears when I looked up & said to me, “My brother was murdered, thank you so much”.
Today is a day we honor our men & women who have served our country. It is because of their collective dedication & heroism that we enjoy one enduring human right, freedom. As a medium, I have been honored to be the vehicle of communication for those who have served on the other side. And one thing is for sure, they are still proud to have done so. They have appeared to me in their uniforms. They wave the flag. They fought for our right to be free. They are still proud Americans who love this country. Some of them even act as mentors & guardians to our current men & women serving. Today I thank all of them, past & present who exemplify courage & bravery.
What better way to start my Monday morning than to receive this pic from client Terry Ann Rapuano who saw she had gotten a FaceTime call (even though she never heard the phone ring) while waiting at a tattoo parlor. When she looked at who had called she was shocked to see that it had been her mom…..who passed away earlier this year! I knew Catherine well; she was also a client. In fact, I loved Catherine. She was so down to earth & genuine. One time, she showed up for her appointment with a blanket she had knit for me…I was speechless. That someone had taken the time to make me a something with their own hands was beyond me. I started to tear up when she handed it to me. I’m not surprised that Terry got a “call” from her mom. That was the kind of woman she was…she was special ❤️
Over a year ago, Dyana came to see me for a session. Sadly, she had lost her husband Moe in a tragic car accident and was looking to connect with him. During the session he communicated that he would send her a butterfly as a sign of his love. I received this picture from her yesterday confirming this. Moe kept his promise! ❤️
Hace más de un año atras Dyana se consultó conmigo. Lamentablemente, su esposo Moe había fallecido trágicamente en un accidente de carro y estaba buscando consolación. En la sesión el comunicó que le iba a mandar una mariposa como un señal de su amor y presencia un su vida. Ayer recibí esta foto de Dyana confirmando esto. Moe no falló en su promesa! ❤️