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Monthly Archive for July, 2010

Fifteen years ago, talking to animals was a big draw for me but also a source of confusion.   I like to blend into the background so I couldn’t have picked a worse avocation; it has a very short list of requirements but for someone who’s put some effort into not being noticed, they are doozies: […]

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There I was, up to my armpit in a prairie dog burrow.   It was part of a volunteer effort to relocate some rodents from another site that was soon to be a housing development.   The colony was long-abandoned and on city open space; it wasn’t perfect like the eastern plains in 1890 but beggars can’t […]

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I had a cat client with liver trouble.  What was remarkable to me was this:  she was the second pet in the family with liver problems, and they lived with a woman who struggled with anger.  In eastern medicine, chronic anger indicates that the liver needs attention. So what’s the connection?   Some say, because they […]

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The way healing works is this:  Issues come up in the clairvoyant reading and you notice they’re the same ones you’re working on. I already knew this, sort of.  My cat Chester and I ebb and flow together in terms of our relative health and well-being.   An acquaintance with heart trouble told me a pet […]

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How’s your summer so far? All around, one sees change.  Change in relationships, jobs, living spaces, health .  .  .  it goes on and on.  As an animal communicator I’m seeing a surge in emotional, behavioral and health issues, but that’s another post. We were talking about the economic downturn, about the related role the […]

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I grew up in a house with people who loved living things.  I came to love insects on my own but my mother didn’t make it easy. When I was a child I’d howl, “Mom, there’s a spider in my bedroom!!!!!” and she’d come in and stomp it with her slipper.  These events always seemed […]

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He was just starting out into South Boulder Road; we were on our way to dinner. The turtle was big, about like a dinner plate, and I was wearing a longish dress.   The kind of thing that drags on the ground when you bend.  There was bending in my future. He was headed north, that […]

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Oh, he was handsome.  Kind of an aloof air; you got the impression he didn’t need you but he might let you worship him.  He was mysterious, hard to fathom. Chubby, too, not my style.  A big round head.  In fact I had to lift with my knees but I adjusted mentally, the way you […]

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It wasn’t the first time I’ve been called an idiot. When that woman said it, I felt pretty confident I wasn’t an idiot.  This time it was a cat that broke the news and there was some chance that she was correct. Georgia was the prettiest cat I’ve ever seen and I mean so pretty […]

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He was long and gray and sleek, I met him in his middle years.  I was learning to communicate with animals and every situation was an experiment. An only child at the start, eventually Leo was blessed with two cat siblings and that was where the trouble came in.  Not that he disliked them, mostly […]

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