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Getting Ready For The New Year

Hello Everyone. Welcome to The Psychic Cottage Blog.

How wonderful you popped in.

Last night we had the best Cupcake Get together at The Violet Door. Lots of friends showed up and it was such a delight!

I was so excited that Joanne from The Violet Door came too! Thanks Joanne!

Kim joined us and talked about all the things she does on New Years’ Eve.

One of the things I wanted to share with you as not everyone was able to come is the wonderful manifesting box she makes.

Here are the instructions:

New Year’s Manifesting Box – Kim

To be kept for a year.

Use a box or other container

Write on two envelopes:  Whatever is in this envelope is….

On a piece of paper write,  Wouldn’t it be nice if… Then write 7 things you would like to remove from your life. Fold and seal in one of your envelopes.

On a piece of paper write,  Wouldn’t it be nice if… Then write 7 things you would like to bring into  your life. Fold and seal in one of your envelopes.

Place both envelopes in your box and add to the box, things that represent the changes you would like to make.

Seal your box and put away till new years the following year.

Bobby and I have been doing this for years now and when we excitingly look at what we have written things really come true!

Write if you have any questions about how to do it.

She talked about clutter and other magical things. Oh I wish you were there! Next time.

I hope you can join us for our next event where we will be talking about numerology.

You can always find out about these events on The Violet Door’s calendar.

Quote for you:

 “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves.  The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”  ~Edith Lovejoy Pierce

Until we meet again, Sharon

The Psychic Cottage


Sweet Phoebe Sunshine – Guest Blog


Good Morning Everyone. I have a wonderful guest blog for you. Darlene you know as my wonderful sister-in-law and I have written about her many times.

Her daughter Kris (my Niece) has a wonderful little daughter named Phoebe Sunshine. You all know Phoebe’s adventure at Starbucks  from my newsletter which is archived here.

Here is what Darlene (Nama) wrote for you about an outing with Phoebe to the Old Mill for Afternoon Tea:

“Imagine a grandmother’s delight going out for afternoon tea with her granddaughter, especially if that granddaughter is only 3 ½. For my birthday my daughter thought I would enjoy a day out with Phoebe and since she loves to dress up and play princess it was a great chance to go to a grown up tea party.While I have been out to restaurants with Phoebe and her brother Miles and they are always well-behaved, I never expected that she was such a perfect little lady. Beautifully dressed in a purple velour dress with matching tights, pink necklace and, of course her crown, she gently tucked her napkin on her lap, sipped her raspberry tea, with several packs of brown sugar added, and very lady-like made her way through 2 scones with jam, a lemon tart, a piece of carrot cake topped with icing, ½ salmon sandwich and an almond cookie. Nama didn’t think she’d like the mushroom quiche tart and tried to eat it but Phoebe quickly commented on where her other tart went and ate that too. After we were finished with all the treats on the tray and her teapot was empty she wiped her mouth and said it was ok to go home now. But before we left she noticed another little girl having tea with her mother. Phoebe carefully looked her over and said, “My dress is much prettier than her’s”. Oh Pea….one day you’re going to get yourself in trouble but right now you are just so darn cute. Nama had the best day ever. Thank you my sweet Pea and thank you Kristine for giving us this special grandmother/granddaughter time together.”


How so adorable is that eh? Darlene, Kris & Phoebe thank you all for being you.

Quote for you:

“Grandmas give you the cherry off the top.” Helen Exley

Until we meet again, Sharon

The Psychic Cottage