What? Dog Readings?!!!!
On this cold and rainy Wednesday morn, it is a blessing to be able to wake-up, grab a cup of coffee, and stare at my laptop without having to go out into the weather. On the other hand, I am reminded that I do not have a “real” full-time employment or even a permanent home. It has been one, huge, big adventure.
At least, I’m trying to look at it that way. But on top of all of that, I am still trying to wrap my mind around what is happening in “my head.” To those of you who want so much to be a psychic, a medium, a clairvoyant, ….or whatever title you want to use….consider what you really want before you ask for it. Here’s a little example.
This past week, I found myself back in the Glen Burnie, MD area, the locale of some of the members of S.I.G.N.S. (my paranormal investigating team). One member is the proud owner of three labadoodles (I think that’s the spelling). Being a pro-active mom, the “kids” are highly involved in the flyball tournaments. There was going to be a huge tournament up in York, PA, and the dog’s mom and another friend in the group were busily making crafts to sell at a vendor table (one of those sideline options during the tournament).
Because I just happened to be around (and no, there are no coincidences), they encouraged me to offer my gift certificates. This turned into me actually going and sitting at the table.
Yes, the idea of “dog reading” was joked about. And sure enough, on Saturday morning, a couple of ladies asked me to “read” their dogs. I explained that I did not do that, but for fun…..not thinking anything big and detailed would come through in my head with all the barking and yelping from the tournamnet….I would give a mini-reading for $10. There was no interest in that.
Around 2p.m. on that day, a lady came with her cute little English Toy Spaniel named Ivey Mae. Ivey Mae’s mom asked me the same question, “Do you read dogs?” After convincing her that I did not, she finally said, “Ok, I’ll have a reading.”
We tried to find a quiet spot, and I began my usual thing about hearing months and numbers. It was very trying because every other thing I said, she tried to fit it with the dog. After telling her all the information I was seeing and hearing, she insisted that I try to read Ivey Mae. I finally relented, but I felt very ridiculous.
I do love dogs, so I was very excited about getting the change to hold the little one. Suddenly, I began seeing a bed and a voice saying, “It’s too dark. Big shadows.” The beige dog bed was between a big piece of furniture on the left and the wall on the right. The mom….she encouraged me to tell her what I was seeing. I know I was shaking my head, and trying to figure out, “What’s going on?”
After finding out that I had just described her bed and it’s position in detail, I began questioning the mom, thinking she was just joking with me. Then Ivey Mae went on to explain that she had a sister, and talked about the little Westie that visited her home the day before.
To validate things for me, the family brought the sister over the next day, and they showed introduced me to the Westie and it’s owner.
Word got out, and people began bringing their dogs over….giving me donations. I had changed the sign from SPIRT MEDIUM READINGS $10 to DOG READINGS DONATIONS.
I am still trying to wrap my head around the whole idea. Ivey Mae and her sister, Nellie, had a lot of detail to show me. Others, like the Jack Russel terriers…..if I was able to understand one word from them was a miracle. So much energy!!!!
God blessed me this past weekend, by giving me a push, putting me in the right place, and being around friends that did not question my sanity. I also consider them witnesses….lol.
So my list involves seeing and hearing spirit, being used as a vessel in the sense of communicating, investigating and house cleansing/blessing, and now…..dog reading. And all of this is dependent on who, what, and where I am led.