Greetings, my friends! I'm recycling another of my favorite posts today. I was reminded of it last week when I was on Etsy, and an antique hour glass showed up in a search - randomly, I might add. This is a favorite post because of Professor Beard's message--one that has never left me since the … Continue reading Professor Beard’s Hourglass of Life
Hello my friends, I have never before brought politics into this blog, but as I reflect on this past year, I felt there was benefit in sharing a personal story from election night, a year ago. A destiny met... November 8, 2016 is a day that will be forever etched into the memory of many … Continue reading The Hand of God
Greetings my friends, The following is a lecture I delivered while serving at the Swampscott Church of Spiritualism (in Swampscott, Massachusetts) a few years ago. I'd forgotten about it and just today found it on a thumb drive. I'd like to share it with you because these themes are coming up often in my readings. It's … Continue reading “Know thyself.”
Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction. "Could it be that I'm psychic?" is one of my lines in a play here in Los Angeles - my first ever theater performance. Through an admirable set of synchronicities, and by simply allowing myself to "follow the energy," I have been cast in the play, Cold Sweat, by Neal Bell. … Continue reading “Could it be that I’m psychic?”
Greetings from Los Angeles! It took me three moves over the course of 8 months, but I am now quite happily settled in my Hollywood Heights apartment. It's not where I thought I'd land when I left Massachusetts last January, but it's exactly where I need to be. I've already met many wonderful people here in LA through my Whispers … Continue reading What’s in a Gift?
Hello my friends, Last week I told you a story about my sister Laura, in Spirit, “swinging by” to say hello on the porch glider. If you missed the post, you can still catch up here. This week, I’m going to share another story about what happened the following Sunday. I know, right? Sunday, again. I’ve … Continue reading Kitchen Capers