This is Julie on her environmentally-friendly mode of transportation. I am deeply enamored of those saddle bags, and Julie, who is a dear friend even though we've never actually been in the same place at the same time. Our friendship is a testament to her ability to make a deep, honest connection no matter the physical distance. This is due, in no small part, to the openness of her heart and her desire to give people the tools they need to navigate their journey through life.
Julie is a professional Tarot card reader. She comes from a long line of psychically gifted family members and has studied with several well-known readers and psychics. Julie has been practicing her craft for nearly 30 years and continues to offer a daily reading on her blog "Welcome to JulieLand," which also details her adventures as a mom, subversive cross-stitcher, and health-enthusiast.
Julie's daily draw inspires me every day and I continue to be amazed how often it addresses what I'm dealing with in my life. However, Julie's true talent is her personalized card readings. The best part is she offers her services online! Oh sure, we'd all love to visit her in Eugene but she can help any of us from afar. If you send her an email asking for insight, Julie prints your letter, schedules a time for the reading and then places the letter where you would normally sit. She reads the cards, takes a picture of the spread and types out the messages she receives. This usually takes about an hour and then she emails you the picture of your cards and the information you need. Afterward, she has a snack because it's pretty tiring business being the "radio."
Both my sister and my mother were fortunate to enjoy the gift of one of Julie's readings. They were amazed at the level of detail they received, and each contacted Julie for further insight. In the end, they also came to consider her a friend.
If you would like to contact Julie to schedule a personal reading, or if you would like to know more about Tarot cards or what the heck subversive cross-stitch is anyway, you can post your questions here or at urthalun.com.
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