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  • I talk about living in Hudson often enough that you know I like it and am surprised by all the good stuff here from the skate park to the restaurants and the horses. During my walk the other night, I noticed this sign for a business called Whispering Souls. They promise: Delivering Messages From Heaven, however, "by appointment only." I was intrigued and knocked. I figured if there was someone there, they might talk to me out of professional courtesy for another believer.

    No one answered so I went home and looked them up on the net. I found out, ironically, they moved from this store front to Church Street. Cracked me up. Very few "church" people believe in what psychics or card readers do. In fact, some of them (including some in my family) are terrified that it gives the devil an entry into your soul. I don't buy that personally.

    I read tarot cards at the Harvest Cafe every other Sunday and whenever anyone asks me, even at work or on the phone or skype. I know, I know, I'm sounding a little nuts here. Trust me, I'm not. My guide(s) are available whenever I need them. And now, thanks to Peter (too long a story to tell here), I know who they are and trust the direction I'm getting. I don't know about whispering souls, but the wee small voice in the back of my head has been right-on when I read cards or when I have a need for guidance.

    Anyone who needs a reassuring word, a virtual hug, an actual hug, or just good entertainment, come on down and have brunch. Sit across from me, shuffle the cards, and we'll see what Two Moons and Young Man have to say from the back of my mind. I'll read the cards and listen to my boys, and there is no appointment necessary and no charge.
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