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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

I have the sort of mind that wants to explain this one, but I can’t. We adopted a little girl six years ago this week.  She was 11 months old.   We’d had a picture of her for six weeks; a tiny, tentative, unsmiling creature.  Gaze averted from the camera. Developmentally, she hadn’t had a lot […]

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David needed an animal communicator so he hired me.   Then he had a chat with Claire, long-distance. Claire thought, maybe Katie can help me with my horse.  She went to her computer to look at my site. “I love your blog!” she told me.  “I thought I’d have you talk to my horse,” she said.  […]

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As an animal communicator I find there are generally two kinds of pet clients:  those who are struggling and those whose humans are struggling.  These days, I notice pets are really stepping up for their people. Whatever else you want to say about 2010, it’s been one intense year and the pressure to change is […]

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It was the morning of the .  The shuttle drivers flew back upstream in a small plane, landing on the red canyon rim.  It was a clear blue morning with a spectacular sunrise, gold on red and cream, with brushstrokes of grayish-green. We wound our way from the rim down to the boat ramp in […]

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We did a lot of whitewater rafting in the western U.S.  We’d just arrived at Gates of Lodore, on the Green River in Colorado and Utah.   Normally a Class III+ trip, unusually heavy spring snow had pushed the water level up to a solid Class V.  It was at an historic level, high enough to […]

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Annie was a pretty girl, a shepherd mix with a sweet face who’d fallen into a depression three months earlier when her dog companion Nellie passed.  My veterinarian referred Annie’s person to me and clearly, the woman was desperate. “She’s grieving,” her person told me.  “She just won’t snap out of it.”  She began to […]

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As an animal communicator I get clairvoyant “hits” all the time.  It’s been happening long enough that I apply them confidently to my work.  My private life?  A different story. We were looking for a used bicycle for our child.  A local man had a nice bike at a good price, but it wasn’t quite […]

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