My day kicked off a couple of days ago with not being interviewed by the BBC World Service. They’d contacted me regarding my ‘paranormal expertise’, inviting a comment about the breaking news that the new Ghostbusters film has an all female cast. I didn’t receive the message in time and so the conversation never happened. I hasten to add that I’m not globally renowned for my paranormal expertise – or at least, not yet. I do, however, describe myself as the uncrowned princess of paranormal phenomena because I’ve had so many unusual experiences that definitely don’t fit into the ‘normal’ category.
I’m sitting in my neighbour Nick’s front room. He’s an IT whizz and a chance – and slightly half-hearted comment from me last week – along the lines of, “You know you offered to help me set up a blog? Are you still up for that? If so, how about some time in February?”, was met with, “Yep, let’s do it now. In fact I’ve already started on it.” I wasn’t expecting such a rapid response, reckoning I’d probably waste most of 2015 waffling on about starting a blog, knowing it’d probably never happen. And so, here I am, a couple of days later, knuckling down to what seems like an awful lot of technical stuff – he’s linking me to Facebook and Twitter too. How will I assimilate all this information, being a fluffy technophobe? Lots of practice, like with most things.
Nick’s beautiful Vizsla, Kyla, is licking my hand as I type this.
I am a fledgling healer of horses. If you would like to discuss horse healing please add a comment.
The queen of complementary medicine has taken it upon herself to share her rather calamitous crystal healing experience which occurred in the early hours of this morning.
A portrait of me by the wonderfully talented Peter McGrath
The concept of having a purpose in life is something many people may muse over at some stage in their life. However, the likelihood of their pet actually having a purpose in life is a bit far-fetched. Or is it?