Speaking to psychics gives me mixed feelings. I’m both excited and nervous at the same time. I can’t wait to hear what they have to share with me and yet, I’m anxious about whether I won’t like or know what to do with the information they tell me. I’ve spoken to a couple psychics in the past that have either been WAY off or just really confused me.
When I was provided with an opportunity to have an email reading with Diane Canfield, a psychic from Florida, I was intrigued. With my nutty schedule and with it being the end of the school year, I had zero time to speak on the phone. The person who referred me to Diane instructed me to forward a photo of myself and that of a loved one who was deceased and told that Diane could provide psychic services based upon the photos provided. Once in touch with Diane though, I was told I had been misinformed and should only have sent one photo. WOOPS! Diane was very sweet to offer to read both photos for me and share a little information on each.
In addition to the photo of myself, I forwarded a photo of my grandfather. Besides my mother, my grandfather is the person who has had the most impact on my life. I miss him more than words can say. I was so eager to hear what Diane had to say about both myself and my grandfather! Without discussing everything shared in my email, Diane made a couple dead-on comments about me, such as about my childhood and my children. Where she really hit home was the information she shared about my grandfather. She described him perfectly.
In my email, Diane called my grandfather a “free spirit”, which is not necessarily the term that would jump to mind for me. When I questioned her about it, she clarified the term for me. She told me that a free spirit “usually has a love of life, is happy and feels free in life and this is reflected in the choices they make. They may have huge responsibilities and honor those but still has more of a free attitude about life and enjoying the aspects to life”. I started crying at this point because this was my grandfather and how others viewed him.
I am so thankful to Diane for providing me the opportunity to experience her services and I would recommend that others speak to her as well. Diane has generously offered to sponsor a giveaway for one Tidbits From A Mom reader to win a free reading (email or IM Chat)! Please fill out the Rafflecopter form below to enter.
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*Disclaimer: I did not receive monetary compensation for this post. I received a free reading for the purpose of this review. The opinions expressed here are my own.