Rory’s 5 Questions

Rory has something called “Riddikky…” and it is 5 questions. I don’t actually understand what the title of the post means, sometimes I don’t actually understand the questions. Ah, but today I actually can relate to them, so off I go –

Do you believe in ‘love at first sight?’ – No, I do believe in lust at first sight. Love takes time and patience – it is something that grows, expands, perhaps planted in lust. maybe, sometimes but not necessary. 

Cake, Dessert or ice cream and if not, why not and if so which one and why? Dessert is a category of food that encompasses cake, cookies, pies, puddings, ice cream etc.  I didn’t grow up in a home were meals were followed by dessert, with the exception of holidays. Holiday meals were so complex and convoluted that dessert didn’t get served until an hour or two or three after the main meal. That said – dessert (cookies, cake, pies, puddings, ice cream et al) is generally consumed mid-afternoon – several hours after lunch or several hours before dinner (howsomever you would like to time it). That little sugar rush that is needed when energy flags and is just that little something extra you need so you aren’t overly hungry at dinnertime and wind up scarfing your dinner like a gavone. Any of those those desserts will do, depending on what I have in the house or what I might be craving.

If you were to dance to music when no one was looking to judge or criticise or laugh what music would you listen to? Quite frankly I am a very good dancer and I’ll dance to anything – I’ve danced in my seat at a classical music performance. I dance when the only music playing is in my head. I dance wherever and whenever the impulse to dance strikes me. If it has a beat, I can dance to it. If it has a melody I can dance to it, hell I’ve even danced to Gregorian chants. If it’s music, I WILL dance. Remember – “To dance is to live, To live is to dance”

Could you spend the night in the property on 108 Ocean Avenue formerly numbered as 112 Ocean Avenue aka The Amityville Horror House or any property in which there has been a significant and profound event or even a reputedly haunted house or would it simply not bother you? I don’t know anything about the Amityville Horror House but I’m going to assume it was haunted by malevolent spirits. So – No, to malevolent spirits, and Yes to benign spirits. (You can read about the benign spirit here). As for not so benign spirits – a long story, when we were house hunting in Philadelphia. The house we were viewing had a newly finished basement with a new concrete floor. When we went down there I could feel my throat constricting, I couldn’t breathe and it felt like someone was choking me. I went upstairs quickly. Viewing the bedrooms, the real estate agent was in one and I was in the other and when we bumped into each other in the hall she screamed because she said she had just seen me in the room she came out of – we both hot-footed out of that house, double time. I’d be willing to bet that the woman she saw, who wasn’t me, is buried underneath that nice new concrete floor in the basement. Needless to say we DID NOT buy that house.

Have you ever had your palm read, your tarot done or any other alternative prediction rituals performed? Yes, of course. Actually Rory and I had a discussion about this in the comments on this post. I use tarot cards when doing readings. My mother used just a plain deck of playing cards to do readings. If you are an ‘intuitive’ reader it doesn’t matter what kind of cards you use, they are just a tool to maintain concentration, you are actually ‘reading’ the person, not the cards. I can be hard to read because I have that skill and I will block someone I don’t trust. I grew up with card readings, phone calls from the deceased, the casting and removing of spells – just a normal day for me growing up.

That was fun!

11 thoughts on “Rory’s 5 Questions

  1. Hey Grace, you had fun and l too had fun reading it – you are right we have had discussions concerning these topics and l feel you have a good many a tale and story alike to come to the surface for future reading.- thank you for a great post 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Aha – Now I know who you are Margaret Peggy Peg (So wordpress is hard to acess? I think yoiu have to do that gravatar thingy or something – just like for Blogger you have to have a gmail identity I think???) Hard to stay under the radar…

      Like

  2. I dance anywhere anytime too! Can’t stop myself! I’ve always been fascinated with your intuitiveness. I used to be able to read people better than I do now and I don’t know what’s changed. I have never been able to connect with ‘spirits’ though.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. For a lot of my life it was a casual thing, the ability got very strong when I was in my mid-30’s. There was a time in my early 50’s when I couldn’t shut it off and I would pass people in the street and be able to pick up their thoughts and feelings, which quite frankly is a tad stressful. But like any talent it requires practice and I am so out of practice as well as living in isolation these past 12 years – to connect with another person’s energy you actually have to be around people!

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.