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Life On the Road

When I have a long day at an event everyone always asks me if I'm exhausted.  No, not usually, because it's not my energy that's being used to do a reading.  I pull it from a higher source and only my voice is tired.  Just like any job, do it a few days in a row or have a busy week and yes I'm tired!  But not because I'm depleted energetically. 

This week has been a week on the road.  Monday I was in Portland at Leapin' Lizards, then met Kathleen Stone at our new Portland office, stayed at a slightly shady but affordable hotel, was on the radio from 6am to 9am, did readings in my car until 11am, had a business lunch,, drove home, did more readings.  Slept in my bed.  Wednesday I was at a horse barn in Rochester, NH, then in Biddeford for a metaphysical fair that evening, and drove home.  Thursday I did errands, mowed the lawn, watched Z's first football game, packed and went to bed.  Late.  Friday I had readings in the am, then back to Biddeford for a workshop on Letting Go of Grief, then to a friends house to sleep.  Today and tomorrow I'm at a Newfie Fundays event in Eliot, ME, and I got home this evening covered in drool but tired and happy.

Yesterday when I set up my 10x10 canopy tent I realized the frame is cracking and this is probably the last show I'll be able to do with it.  I think it was 5 years ago when I first set it up in my yard to see how it worked.  I was so excited for this new adventure and I had no idea what to expect at my first dog show in Scarborough.  I was nervous about where it was, where I'd park, how I'd be received, what a dog show was like (I'd never seen one), and overall just had no idea what to expect.  I set it up with my little boy in tow the night before.  A friend came in the morning to take him so I could work and suddenly I was an animal communicator. 

I've been back to that event every year since and love it!  I've also done shows in Westford, MA, Cumberland and Union, ME, Rhode Island and Vermont.  I tried going to horse shows but wasn't well received.  I have brought my booth to the New England Home Show (not successful by any means there and it was an expensive learning curve), events for Lucky Pup Rescue, the Animal Refuge League and the Animal Welfare Society.  I think the cracks in the frame were from a huge gust of wind at an event in Damariscotta a few years ago.  That was intense and I was one of the few who's tent didn't get destroyed!  My tent has been used at a wedding I officiated and for someone's party.  It has certainly been worth the $140 I bought it for!

Today it was fun to have people come for a reading and say they heard me on the radio or were referred by a friend.  When I think of where I started and where I am today, I know that I've earned the respect of some of the biggest skeptics and many vets are supportive of what I do.  It's been a while since I've had a week like this with most of the days being lived out of a suitcase!  I am looking forward to my own bed tomorrow night and a week with my now 8 year old son.  One more thing that is totally different from when I started.  Since the spring Sophie (the 9 year old yellow lab we got when I was pregnant) is on Z's schedule, meaning I get them both every other week.  You know what that means?  Now I spend money on HER when I'm at shows! 

Today I picked up a bright orange collar and someone gave me some home made treats for her.  I guess I've come a long way baby!

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