The growing darkness makes us hurry for home, so it’s important to make that home inviting for guests but also a sanctuary for us when we return from a hard day. The holidays can be stressful, but try to consider each person’s special qualities and you’ll find the perfect gift.
While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.
The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.
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Elves don’t get excited by opportunity but look at things long-term to determine the course to take. Keep gifting simple.
Gnomes use common sense when it comes to gift giving. What practical but fun thing would make a great gift?
Faeries are very romantic, but don’t get lost in the romance which is easily done during the holidays. Keep a new friendship in perspective, and that includes gift giving.
Vampires can be very exciting and have a lot of influence over others. Give a simple but memorable gift. Not garlic.
Aslan roars with the wonder to come. Wonderful gifts are coming your way. Check your list twice and don’t forget anyone.
Merfolk gather their family close under the waves. Special gifting among family members are warranted.
The unseeling elves, those of the dark nature, will reveal secrets long hidden. Give true hearted gifts as people may need healing.
Dragons enjoy the heat of love. Give special thought to gifts for those closest to you.
Hobbits are clearing out the clutter of the past to welcome the future. Gift with the future in mind.
Don’t make rash decisions. Be like the Owl of the Wood and take your time. Believe that it will all work out well.
Werewolves will offer you a favor, but it’s not a gift and will require later repayment. A gift of love may come your way. It will be very special.
Goblins are great at business and gift to impress. But always double check your numbers.
Susan Hanniford Crowley
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!
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