From a young age I felt that I would just know things but didn’t understand how or why. Disregarding the information I received became easy, as I simply pushed it out of my mind. Over time I realized the information was accurate and that I am in fact claircognizant. I began to take spiritual classes with many well-known spiritual teachers and mediums in southeastern Massachusetts. In addition, I began to read and learn about angels, healing, meditating, past life regression, and physical and mental mediumship. Now I realize the information I receive is a gift which I truly honor and treasure. I am a spiritual intuitive, angel messenger, and medium.
While practicing honing this gift, I learned that members on both sides of my family also share a gift for spirit communication. Today, I am in virtual constant communication with Spirit and often receive “visits” from loved ones. I have learned to tune into Spirit using four “clairs:" claircognizance, clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience. It is absolutely a blessing to have the ability to assist people with spirit communication and I love it! The most interesting thing I have been learning is the more I know, the more I realize I don't know. By that I mean the spirit world is so vast and complex that it is almost incomprehensible. Angels and spirit guides always bring the most amazing messages and get their point across in ingenious ways. They know just the perfect way to deliver information. I am constantly pleasantly surprised! One of the most important lessons they have taught me is to simply have fun. In regard to spirit communication they tell me, "If it's not fun, don't do it." So as long as I am having fun with this, I will continue to practice it.
Besides having the privilege of working with the spirit world, I have had the opportunity to teach public school. I hold a bachelor's degree in Humanities and Social Sciences, with a minor in African and African American Studies, and a certification in Elementary Education from UMASS Dartmouth. In 2007 I earned a master's degree in Elementary Education from Fitchburg State University. I began teaching elementary school in 2001 and have enjoyed teaching fourth and fifth grades.
I proudly reside in “America’s Hometown," Plymouth, MA with my husband, two daughters and a sweet little Jack Russell/Norfolk Terrier named Mia. Some of my favorite things to do include spending time at the beach, going boating and baking. I also enjoy traveling and visiting historical places. I am truly fortunate to be able to do many of the things I love and I am grateful.