a reply to: hounddoghowlie
Here's what happened first: the guy stopped by before business hours, and said, "you're going for the reading today, right? Last chance!" I said
So about a half hour after opening, I went there. She was already occupied with someone else. I went back to my space.
About an hour later, I tried again, and on the way, I stopped to talk to a couple of other friends and told them where I was going and why. They
said, "Come back and tell us what happens!" I agreed. but she was busy with someone else, so I left and went back again, telling them on the way
back that she had not 'given me an audience.'
One of my wayside friends fretted her face and said, "She should have known you were coming!"
I laughed out loud......
Anway. So, I went back to my place.
A bit later, I decided to try again. I saw the guy sitting talking to the woman and no other people. So here was my chance.
I approached, and they both saw me, and the guy said, "And here she is!" I said, "yep, here I am!". Well, just as I was walking up, one of my
colleagues (in an unrelated but connected manner) was also walking up from the other direction - just to chit chat. Since I'd never met the psychic,
and she clearly knew my colleague very well, I politely waited for them to have their chat, acknowledging that yes, I was acquainted with the
colleague. I was not, however, included in the conversation except for a 'nod' from my colleague. The psychic ignored me entirely. The guy had
exited stage left.
I waited some more....and after about five minutes of this, I turned and walked away.
I decided to blow it off. I figured that 'YES! She should have known I was coming!' On my way back, I stopped to tell the other gals that I'd
decided against the entire thing, and that she not only should have known I was coming, but she should also have known the question, AND sent the guy
to give me the answer.
Some while after that, I went to get a snack. While I was away, the guy reportedly showed up in our office and asked my coworker where I was, and if
I "had got my answer."
(No, I had not.)
Now. I decided to try one. last. time. (Knowing that you all were counting on my field exercise report. This was my deadline!) I approached. No
one else was about.
The woman registered NO recognition of me whatsoever. She gazed at me with a "can I help you?" look. I said "the guy sent me" (the guy being her own
employee, and I used his first name.) She seemed suddenly to not know who was named that.......
I said, "He told me to come down at the end of the day."
"When it was dark?"
At this point, it was early twilight, and I thought perhaps
A) she wanted me to wait until dark, or
B) she thought it was already too dark.
I offered to walk away and excused myself. She said "What do you want?" I said, "I was told there was an unspoken question offer."
She waved at the chair and said, "all right, fine."
Then, well.......I'll tell the rest in my next post. If you guys want to hear about it.....
otherwise, well, meh. It was an inconclusive experiment.
edit on 10/16/2016 by BuzzyWigs because: (no reason given)