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Monthly Archive for January, 2011

The farmhouse had a rectangular window looking out onto a large backyard.   She glanced out, did a double-take then stared: At a lion.  An enormous lion; the ones at the zoo could look disappointingly small but this one–whoa.   The lion was tall and there was a woman at his side, some sort of Amazon she […]

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Is your dog really a person? I studied her photo.  Like the portraits at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, it was a living thing. The dog grinned at me.  She winked.  Yippee, I thought, this is gonna be fun! “She’s a fabulous dog,” her person reported, “except for [this one thing].”  The thing, it […]

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They were repeat clients; now the dog was approaching the end of her life.  I did a reading on the pet but she didn’t present any kind of suffering; she just said she was tired.  I’m tired too so it didn’t seem as if her death was imminent. I followed the reading up with a […]

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I’ve been talking to pets for over a decade.   Because I work , I’m still excited every time I “see” something that tells a client I really am talking to their pet.   Of course it is what they’re paying me for, but after all these years it still feels like magic. John lived with an […]

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As an animal communicator, there’s nothing mainstream about my work.  What I do is odd, and it can’t be proven by conventional means.  But sometimes I get feedback that proves I’m making a true connection with your pet.  As a beginner, I was pretty unsure so I would look for ways to validate myself. One […]

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