Aug 21

Look What God Can Do

Category: Musings by Sharon

Dear Friends.

It’s an exciting day with the solar eclipse happening and all. The energy is hopping.

Yesterday I went to visit my grandson. As my Son and his Amazing Wife live out of town I don’t get to see my Grandson as much as I would like. I saw him when he was just born and again yesterday¬†he is almost two months and so big and totally adorable. A total blissful little old¬†soul.

I was nervous he wouldn’t like me or scream when he went into my arms but that wasn’t the case he snuggled right in and fell asleep. I must say “Grandma rocked it”!

Seeing my Son and his beautiful Wife handling parenthood was a delight.¬†My young Son being the proud Uncle sent me over the moon with pride. My sister being there¬†with us all as¬†one of my ¬†Grandson’s Great Aunts (and great she is). One of his Grandfathers meeting¬†him for the first time. ¬†It just doesn’t get any better than that.

As you know I have had a year of a “crap” storm and I was extremely ill and almost passed to the other side more than once. It was scary and I was wondering if the pendulum of life would ever come back. I always said to my clients that its all ok as far as the pendulum goes one way it will come back the other way. I was starting to wonder if this were true at all but kept my faith in God’s pendulum.

A couple of months ago I started to feel those little moments of poking my head above water and I realized, for now, I’m out of the woods. The birth of my Grandson really gave me my faith that everything will be ok and I thought wow “look what God can do”. It helped me to start feeling like the old me again.

I’ve changed considerably and I will never get caught up in that chaos ever again and it feels so good. I’m even letting my hair go gray because why not.

When I was holding this little guy in my arms and remembering when I held his father so many years ago in my arms just like that my heart melted and I realized I am so blessed.


When thinking of the last year I think of what my wise younger Son always says to me “everything happens for a reason” and “God gives his toughest ¬†battles to his strongest soldiers”.

I do love God’s pendulum even if its uncomfortable when in motion. As bad as it gets is how good it is going to get.

Quote for you:

“Children are the rainbow of life. Grandchildren are the pot of gold.”¬†¬†Irish Blessing

Until we meet again, Sharon


Aug 11

Where’s the Site?

Dear Friends.

My site was so old that it had to be taken down. I’m very sad but 2007 is a long long time ago and flash has gone the way of the dodo.

The wonderful patient people at Mouth Media saved my Blog! Woo hoo! Thanks Pals.

Watch for updates on the blog and I’ll explain what the hell happened this last year.

Chat soon!

Quote for you:

“Begin at the beginning‚Ķ and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”
Lewis Carroll

Until we meet again.



Oct 11


Category: Musings by Sharon

Hi Everyone.

If you are wondering where I got to this is to let you know that I have been having some health issues and I’m taking a break from readings.

Not sure what the future holds (heehee) but I will keep you posted.

Love Sharon


May 23

How does the Universe shut down a Psychic?

Category: Musings by Sharon

Hello Friends.

So for the last 7 or 8 days the Universe has given me the pleasure of having laryngitis.

I do apologize if I’ve had to cancel readings and places I’ve been booked or if you have dropped by the store to find me not there ¬†but there’s not much I can do.

I’m trying it all. Oils, holistic, doctors, honey, tea, ginger, praying, getting angry, tapping, putting smiling faces on my vocal cords, getting the healers I work with on it, nothing is working. I thought for sure when mercury went direct I’d be finished.

I’ve just¬†have, to relax and let go and realize on some level if not humor for the divine, that this is where I’m meant to be.

I do very much appreciate my lovely voice that seems to be missing.

Please bear with me during this down time.

Quote for you:

“Just because it isn’t perfect, doesn’t mean it isn’t awesome.” M.R.Mathias

Until we meet again, Sharon

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May 5

Who Knew Bullies didn’t like to be Patronized?

Category: Musings by Sharon

Howdy Pals.

I was talking the other day with my hubby about how I just say what I want to say and maybe I have to be a bit careful because you never know how people are going to react. He told me his Dad would always say you never know who you are talking to.

Like the time when this young girl threw her empty drink out the window and I stared at her outside of her car until she opened the door to pick it up. I got my little dig in too about her future children living in a wasteland.

Isn’t this just a right you get when you get old to be a bit cranky and righteous?

Reminds me of that joke when the old lady was going to pull into a parking spot in the mall when a young lad pulls his sports car into the spot before she can park and says it pays to be young when she takes her car and smashes into his sports car and says it pays to be old too.

No sooner had we talked about this when yesterday it happened again.

I was at a light deciding whether I can go left on a red light onto a one way street. . Let’s face it I got my license at 16 and I’m 58 I can’t remember. (I’ll study again when I turn 85 and have to get my license again.) So while I’m thinking whether to take a chance and go I hear beeping behind me from a big truck. I’m thinking this guy must have his pregnant wife in the car or¬†something rushing to the hospital. ¬†By then the light was green so I mosey along, turn the corner and then drive up to a yellow turning into a red for which I stop instead of flying through the ¬†yellow. Well this big truck comes up around me and the guy starts screaming at me “LEARN TO DRIVE WHEN YOU ARE IN OSHAWA!!!! YOU CAN TURN ON A ONE WAY AT A RED!!!! CURSING AND SWEARING. RACKA RACKA RACKA!!!”.

I react to him like¬†the sloth on Melatonin I am¬†and smile and say to him “Buddy buddy you’re going to¬†make yourself crazy¬†if you act like this for such a small thing”. Oops who knew that wasn’t the thing to say to someone with road rage. I think I saw smoke coming out his nose when he drove forward ninety miles an hour still screaming at me.

I thought oh God please don’t let him get a speeding ticket he’ll go crazy!

I just thought the whole thing funny and I had a great appreciation of my ability not to get excited about small stuff but I think he’s still seething and telling this story to everyone who will listen. I’m gathering he doesn’t have a blog to tell his story.

I guess there but for the grace of God go I..

Quote for you:

“You are the sky. Everything else ‚Äď it‚Äôs just the weather.‚ÄĚ Pema Ch√∂dr√∂n

Love you!

Until we meet again, Sharon

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May 3

Grazie Mille

Category: Musings by Sharon

Hi Pals. I hope you are enjoying this amazing beautiful day. Ahhhh it feels good.

The other day someone lovely said to me Thanks a Million. How wonderful did that feel? I thought I haven’t heard that in years,

Then when I get home I told the hubby and he said yes “Grazie Mille”. Translated I believe to A Thousand Thanks.

Like how cool is that?

So I guess this¬†blog is to say to you all who are reading this “Grazie Mille” for being you!

Love you!

Quote for you:

“God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say ‘thank you?” William Arthur Ward

Thank you Dear Friends.

Until we meet again, Sharon

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Apr 29

Music to My Ears

Category: Musings by Sharon

Happy Friday.

The other day I was hurrying about my day rushing here and there thinking about all the things I have to do when I got the urge to open the window of my car when I was at the red light and just listen and the most beautiful sound came through. The church bells were ringing.

What an amazing sound and it brought such peace to me. I even forgot what I was rushing around about. It stayed with me for the whole day.

I guess I have to learn to stop and smell the flowers or at least listen to the bells.

Quote for you:

“Sundays observe; think when the bells do chime, ‘T is angels’ music.” George Herbert

Until we meet again, Sharon.

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Apr 28

So that’s What I’m Feeling?

Category: Musings by Sharon


It’s mercury in retrograde and from what I read there are like a whole bunch of planets in retrograde.

I’ll hold my breath until May 22nd.

I’m Taurus too so effected big time.

Someone told me once to take your finger when you get in your car and mark out the mercury symbol¬†on the dashboard (dust¬† if you are in my car) to counter¬†the energy. I think I’m ¬†going to look for a mercury necklace and wear it on these occasions. How so very clever of me.

Love you guys!

Quote for you:

I can’t remember where this is from so I do apologize (especially to the Big Guy above¬†if its the bible (I’ll watch for lightening bolts)) but I use it all the time

“Do not worry about tomorrow as God is already there.”

Until we meet again, Sharon

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Apr 26

Letting Go

Category: Musings by Sharon

Hello Dear Friends.

Here’s a little test. Go into your body right now and see how you feel. Are your shoulders up to your ears? Are your teeth clenched? Are you thinking of things that really don’t matter?

I’ve been trying to get a handle on this throughout the day and not tense¬† up. I noticed it when I was at the casino once how my body was so rigid.

When I go into my body and let my shoulders drop and the energy flow through me not only do I get a chuckle but I feel so much better. It almost hurts at first to relax. You shoulders go to a place they are not used to and its strange.

Try it you’ll love it!

Quote for you:

“Don’t underestimate the value of Doing Nothing, of just going along, listening to all the things you can’t hear, and not bothering.”¬†— Winnie the Pooh

Until we meet again, Sharon.

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Apr 24

Happy Sunday

Category: Musings by Sharon

Happy Sunday Lovely Souls.

I had a wonderful text conversation the other day with the dear or should I say lovely Angela who owns the John of God Crystal Bed in Cobourg. Angela is simply adorable if you have ever had a chance to meet her you will change forever. In the conversation she used the word “lovely” many times which I found very cute and amusing and you know she can get away with it because she is probably the most authentic person I know. I left the text conversation feeling special and downright “lovely”. Thanks Angela.

Quote for you:

“While searching for the Stars she forgot the flowers at her feet.” Author Unknown.

Until we meet again, Sharon

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