Susan has been coming along to several readings that I do for people.
She is in spirit. She has shiny, quite straight, shoulder length hair, she is a slim built lady, about 36 years old.
She is wearing a pink polo shirt, smooth surface fabric, a creamy or pale lemon A- Line Skirt and has a pair of white sneakers on.
She could have come from tennis.
She is not mine and so far doesn't belong to anyone I have read for.
She's waiting for her person to show up, (with an appointment to see me) so she can start talking. She is/was nice, does/did lovely things for people, was on the school committee etc, baked and rode a bike here and there sometimes to keep fit.
I'm looking forward to her people showing up too. So far she is very quiet, reticent almost, she fades in and out, she feels as if she did this in life, she could flow quietly into places and out again. People sometimes didn't notice her, but she was very loved and when she passed away she left a VERY big hole.
It seems she may have been hit by a car while riding her bike, and she passed away very quietly, without much sign that she had suffered trauma.
I get the impression she was razor sharp at scrabble, studious and also very well read.
She may actually come from Canada, because Ontario comes through around her.
Susan had a big dog, shaggy kind of creamy colour, named Larry or something similar, and her husband - or former husbands name was Mike. She had two children.
Everyone has processed this to the best of their abilities, but Susan's Mum (or Mama)
is really finding it super tough. It seems it is nearly 10 years ago and the anniversary is coming up. It looks like she passed away just a few days short of her birthday.
The song that comes into my head for her is 'From this moment' by Shania Twain and the information that comes with that is that if she were to get married again - she may have been wishing for it - her husbands name would have been Ross.
Susan wants her 'Mama' (not a common NZ/kiwi word) to know that she is Ok, that she is with her Dad - or her Dad was there when she passed.
And this is going to sound weird, but she goes with her Mum to bingo?
Susan says "Ma - take all the hugs you can get." I get the feeling her Mum might have shut them out a bit and really needs them - so if you feel this message belongs to someone you may know, and may help with their healing - please pass it on with my love and blessings.