For the month of January, first in-person readings (or first readings in a while for returning clients) are half price. For those to whom I have given half-price readings as holiday gifts, this means that your reading is half of half price (one-quarter of the original price), so this is a good month to come in. Send me an email or be in touch downtown to set up your appointments.
Best wishes to all for a happy and healthy new year.
I updated the post about candles and wanted to see if everyone got notified. If anyone wants to have me do a FREE series of four candles for them, I am willing to do that for the first three folks who write to me at laughingdakinimusic at yahoo dot com and tell me what they’d like me to do the candles for–health, general, money, relationship, etc., and if they want them one a day for four consecutive days OR once a week for four consecutive weeks. It’d be great to get honest feedback as a result. Thanks and best wishes, and we’ll see who actually reads these notices and gets a nice little holiday gift of positive energy in return!
For the month of October, first-time readings, or ‘first reading in a long time’ for returning clients, are half price. The tl;dr is already at a reduced price so is not included in this specific offer.
It might be a great time to get a reading about what you need to know for the best outcome of whatever your concern is, especially with the Halloween Tarot deck, a cartoon deck that features not-scary-to-most representations of brains and mad scientists and ghosts etc., or the special Arma*** deck, which is up to maybe 270+ cards from many sources, some of which can be considered more mature content–there are also several other decks of varying degrees of graphics, including the very mild Gummy Bear Deck.
I look forward to hearing from you and reading for you. Enjoy the season!
I really enjoy Rudy Hunter, who offers energy healing for people and animals through his websites and recordings. http://www.rudyhunter.com is the best gateway to this particular drug! If you sign up to the email list you get invitations to free healing calls monthly and a couple of little insider free goodies. You can always use the many free resources available for healing of self and pets even without being on any email list; he also has healing tools that cost money, some of which I have bought and have found personally very helpful and use all the time. This is not a sponsored post in any way, but just a recommendation of someone whose work I enjoy and enjoy sharing with others.
It’s worth checking out, in my opinion. Enjoy!
Recently many emails from WordPress blogs have featured big spammy strips of three visual ads on the bottom, completely having nothing to do with the content of the blog it came from, and when I wrote to complain about the the heck is up with that and if they planned to stick them on all our accounts, paid and otherwise, they replied:
I believe you can remove the “related posts” or “posts you might like” section from email notifications for your site by disabling the feature in your site’s settings. It can be found under the Related Posts heading on the following page:
https://wordpress.com/settings/traffic/ (put user name here with no spaces after/)
Note: this setting will also disable the related posts section from being displayed below posts on your site’s webpages as well. There’s no way to configuring these separately.
And changing this setting will only effect post notifications for your site, other publishers would have to change that setting for their own site if you didn’t want to see them in post notification emails from other publishers.
If you have any more questions about this feature or anything else on WordPress.com, we’re always here to help!’
I think it’s worth checking your site settings, everyone, if this is of interest to you. I personally don’t keep emails that I usally keep, like ones with lovely photos or sewing ideas etc. if they have this stuff in it, since I do not want it. Good luck with it to all.
A quite-famous Woodstock local, Richard Mellon, whose history is quite remarkable–having lived alone in a silver mine, having been a hippie and biker for decades, having sung leads in musical shows and having been thisclose to a lot of successes and way too close to some unfortunate failures including things like his own motorcycle crashes–made an odd little website http://www.elvismellon.net which is primarily scifi fiction right now. He is a very intelligent and entertaining person, now sadly homeless. I am hoping that perhaps my featuring his site here will bring some help and attention to him, since he’s a great guy but stuck in an unfortunate situation for the last couple of years. Since he is homeless, the website is a little rough and unfinished, and the email address on the site may or may not be current, so if you try to contact him using it and it somehow is not working, please email me and I’ll make sure he gets the communication, and maybe will also have a better email for him if it is needed–someone else had done the website and Richard is unsure right now which email is best. I do see him a few days a week downtown.
I hope you enjoy this slice o’ Woodstock and intergalactic life, and thanks for thinking of him.
I have neglected this blog without meaning to, but wanted to make it clear that at least for August, ALL FIRST SESSIONS (OR FIRST BACK AFTER A LONG WHILE) are half-price. The tl;dr online reading is still $10.00.