Yes, the truth can be stranger then fiction

I am not the Psychic you see on TV or in movies. I am just a normal everyday person who has chosen this as my Profession and love doing it. It helps people and there is nothing more satisfying to me when I am able to help anyone on their path.

I don’t embellish and nor do I exaggerate. I also do not believe in making things up. It doesn’t benefit anyone, it never will. However, this is a story that is worth telling so you can understand a few things.

It started with my Parents who wanted to rescue a dog. They lost their Shepherd a few years back, his hips gave way, it was very sad. They waited a few years and decided to rescue a puppy. It’s easier for them to train. An older dog did not fit what they were looking for. I took a ride with them hoping to help them find that fit. We did, However, I also became immediately attached to another dog who was a bit older. He was feverishly looking for his Foster Parent, pacing his crate crying. I wanted to rescue him so badly. He never left my thoughts, prayers or heart. His name was Morgan.

Morgan had been hit by a car and surgery helped to repair his hip. He will always favor it but he is coming along nicely. Well, Morgan is a thief because he stole my heart. I had no way to take him because of my own animals living with us. My Gracie is 15 years old, aging fast. My Shepherd rescue, Joy, well she gets jealous sometimes.

Months went by and I had the pleasure of reading for a client who’s Mother had passed. Many things came from that Reading. One being for this Client and her Family to adopt Morgan. I had no idea why and here is where the Truth really is stranger then fiction.

Morgan needed training. The Rescue did not divulge the issues of the dog. He needs structure like all of us. He is a fantastic dog but needs a strong person to raise him. He has been sent from Foster to Foster. No stability.

My Client who has become a good friend, adopted him. My friend who is a Pet Trainer started to work with him. This was all looking really good for Morgan and his new Family. Oddly enough my Clients daughter who is a small child is very in tune. Most children are. This child has been struggling with negative emotions and interestingly negative things have been occurring in the new home. This has disrupted the entire household, animals and this Family. Behavior has been very difficult to say the least. It has been nights of no sleep, strange things happening and curling screams from a young child.

We used sage and blessed the house. It took my friend who is the Pet Sitter and I several hours and yes, there was a battle that we could feel. It was negative and very taxing. I could feel it as we all did. I don’t feel I have to explain what kind of battle as Im certain you understand. I don’t even want to acknowledge this, It’s all true.

The house was cleared and the evening went very well. I feel honored and blessed to help someone. The truth of it is that Morgan, this dog that needed rescuing went through me. I was supposed to see him that day the all the other dogs found a home but him. I was supposed to do that Reading as Morgan was the one who came into it. My Clients Mother was adamant about her adopting this dog because of these events we were all brought together to help cleanse a home, get a Family on track, save them and save a dog who was desperate to find a good home with someone who will love him

If I had to guess these were the reasons why this animal stayed so heavy on my heart I would have guessed or lost a bet. I don’t believe in coincidences, I believe that everything happens for a reason. Even in the afterlife this Clients Mother needed to help her and if it were not for Morgan, we would have never met, the house and her young child would not be on the right path now. Yes, the truth is stranger then fiction. There is also Divine Intervention here.

Remember these things and that everything and everyone is connected. You may not know why at first but in time, it presents itself.

Last night as I sat on her couch when all was over, Morgan snuggled up to my neck and slobbered everywhere. He’s a lover. He was just neglected. He now has a home with people who love him. The house is clean, the little girl and her Mom are safe allowed to start over.

I’ve only been in a situation with this sort of thing once before. So, Im letting anyone know that its not something to play with. You have to be grounded, blessed and confident. Faith is a plus.

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend.

Much Love,

Michelle

https://michellecaporale.com

Life lessons from our pets

When you pay attention to the way an animal/pet behaves you can learn wonderful lessons.

This blog is dedicated to our girl; “Coral” who passed away peacefully in my arms on 2/18/11 from congestive heart failure. Our Vet was kind enough to come to my home and do what was needed in order to avoid Coral suffering.

Coral is a German shepherd who was a little short of 14 years old. I say this because I know that death is not the end. It is a transition. None the less, my family and I have taken it very hard. Coral is a funny soul, she read people well, and I should have added her as a recommended reader on my web site. (LOL)

Animals have no ego. They are here to please, love and receive love. They do not have the kind of expectations that human beings have nor do they care about appearances.

My dogs have taught me many things and if I continue to pay attention to these lessons, I will surely become a much better person. So, I have listed what I have learned so far from not only Coral but Rizz, Jasmine, Chez and now Joy.

  1. I don’t have to dress to impress. I am who I am. No matter what weight or color I am, the dogs do not care.
  2. Money means nothing; you really can’t take it with you when you go.
  3. Napping is a necessity. You need your rest.
  4. You cannot please everyone. (Coral had a way about her, she didn’t care if you did not like her)
  5. Ego never gets you anywhere.
  6. Kindness is imperative in this world.
  7. Things happen that are painful and unfair, love and live anyway.
  8. Live in the moment. Dogs don’t panic about tomorrow.
  9. You don’t need that chocolate!
  10. Run around like crazy, it’s fun.
  11. A clean house is nice, a happy home is better. Don’t be obsessive.
  12. Work hard, play hard.
  13. Who cares about cranky people, you don’t need then anyway.
  14. Love is unconditional. (Animals just love you)
  15. Holidays are a way to commercialize things. Christmas should be every day.
  16. Be kind to the earth
  17. Volunteer your time. ( Coral was once my son’s show and tell for the week when he was in grammar school ) My dogs were often taken to nursing homes and able to play with sick children.
  18. Kisses are worth having.
  19. Being tickled is part of life
  20. Get over yourself, don’t take things so seriously.
  21. Politics are stupid.
  22. War is a bad thing. Peace is better
  23. Forgive everyone
  24. Farting and burping is part of life.
  25. Texting, cell phones and technology matter not.
  26. Crying is okay.
  27. Laugh your butt off, smiling is contagious.
  28. Don’t worry so much if someone leaves you, someone new will come along. The dogs will always stay.
  29. Being faithful has it’s perks
  30. Your profession does not define you and you are replaceable except to those that love you.
  31. Death is not final. Keep it all simple.
  32. There is a God. Spell dog backwards; “duh.”

I am sure as I grow I will continue to learn more.

Coral will be forever in our hearts and memory. She gave us a gift when she chose my children and I and she left us her love when she passed away.