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27 Things To Know About Me

People who communicate with spirits are like everyone else. We eat, sleep, breath, work, and play. Of course, being able to communicate with invisible people can seem a bit eccentric.

Friends have called me weird, odd, not like everybody else, and a bird of a different feather. And, that was before awakening to my spiritual abilities.

I will admit that I am a bit unique. I took me years to accept being different than most people. Today, I am very comfortable in my skin.

Here are a few things about me that I embrace everyday.

  1. Loves dogs, likes cats.
  2. I love all kinds of music, but keep about five of the DJ’s featured on BBC radio in rotation.
  3. Will randomly do a cartwheel. I have done one in an art gallery.
  4. Fought sugar addiction and won. It was an emotional response to having a mother with addiction issues.
  5. I fell in love with Michael Jackson when I was 3-years old. I still remember saying, “That’s my boyfriend.”
  6. Is an ordained minister and honors the Divine Feminine.
  7. Dreams in color. Can read, smell, taste, hear, feel emotion and physical touch in dreams, but does not lucid dream or astral project…yet.
  8. I have one brother, one sister, two step-sisters, six nieces, and two nephews.
  9. Lived in Germany, traveled to France, Canada, and Mexico. I want to go back to France and travel to India, Thailand and London.
  10. Dreams of the future and it typically comes true within hours of waking.
  11. Born and raised on an Army base in central Texas. I didn’t travel like most military kids.
  12. Cooks with raw cacao (chocolate in pure form) in savory dishes.
  13. Submitted a screenplay to a few film festivals.
  14. I went to preschool in Germany and learned to speak German fluently. I learned Spanish after returning to the US. I read Spanish and some French.
  15. Capricorn sun, Libra moon, Aquarius rising/north node (Western astrology). Numerology life path is 28/10.
  16. Studied Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings of Buddha’s dharma and was a lay member of Thay’s Order of Interbeing.
  17. Loves cherries, mangoes, avocados, and pineapple.
  18. Hates wearing shoes, but loves getting reflexology and pedicures.
  19. Learned to fence foil from two-time Olympic fencer John Moreau.
  20. My academic life is diverse. I have a BFA in graphic design, MS in applied anthropology and PhD in philosophy.
  21. Is vegan after years of eating meat, dairy, and eggs. Always thought eggs were an odd food source and still does.
  22. Considers 79 degrees Fahrenheit (26.11 Celsius) with moderate humidity and a whisper of a breeze perfect weather.
  23. Exhibited paintings and photography in Texas and New York.
  24. Practiced Wicca.
  25. Hugs trees.
  26. Has not owned a TV since 2007. I didn’t even buy the one I owned; it was sent as a gift.
  27. The chair of my anthropology committee and I used to debate about who would win if Buffy and Wonder Woman fought each other. (Buffy will win, of course.)
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