Monday, December 22, 2014

Call Me For Ya’ Free Readin’

As stated earlier, I’ve just arrived home from a weekend away in Savannah with some friends.  It was an epic girls’ weekend filled with fun, food, shopping and a psychic.  What?  I know!  Wandering along River Street, we saw a sign for Sylvia and decided to give it a try.  I am, obviously, not disclosing who participated or what was said in anything other than my own read.  Also, I’m not revealing ALL of what Sylvia told me about myself as I’m not sure if that negates it from coming true, much like a birthday wish.  We waited to meet Sylvia and decided to get a tarot card reading.  When it was finally my turn, I was incredibly nervous.  What if she told me I was going to get hit by a bus tomorrow?  If she did, I would book it out of there as I have a plane to catch and food to eat.  I shuffled the deck 3 times, as instructed, and had to shuffle another 3 times because Sylvia told me that someone’s energies were still left in the cards.  Not something I think someone should be leaving behind anywhere but you do you.  She deals my first cards and reveals some VERY accurate information about my professional life.  While I realize that her read could probably apply to many young professionals, the fact that I have uttered the exact words that came out of her mouth multiple times in the last few months is freaky.  I’m starting to become a believer.  Next, specific details withheld, Sylvia goes on to tell me when I’m going to find love (she even told me some interesting details about him), about the kids she sees in my future and some very exciting news about 2015.  Let me guess, you’re still skeptical?  Well, Sylvia tells me that this year I’ve really been focusing on myself, figuring out where I want to be in life and planning how to get there.  Do you think she reads my blog?  I know I won’t win all of you over and most people don’t believe in any of it.  Regardless, this experience was so much fun and has left me feeling incredibly optimistic about the future.  Even if Sylvia is wrong and none of it is in the real cards for me, I’m looking forward to playing wait-and-see game.


OH!  I totally forgot to post my progress chart from the doctor last week.  Look at that beautiful downward slope!  Sorry, ma’, I’m not calculating it.  I absolutely put it on my refrigerator just like mom would hang my macaroni artwork when I was a kid.

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