Life is about to downpour on all of us. Do you have an umbrella?
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.
The week for:
Elves duck for cover under broad leaves. Time to make your home cozy to withstand any storm in comfort.
When there’s a downpour of opportunities, goblins evaluate the pros and cons. Do the same.
Dragons love a downpour. It’s time for great home cooking. Gazing out at the rain slows everything down, which is good for you.
Vampires find the rain soothes them and helps them forget the hurts of the past. Let the past wash away. It’s holding you down.
Mermaids float just below the surface to watch the pattern the rain leaves. Get a new perspective on things before making decisions that matter.
The Faery folk dance in the rain. Do you? Free your heart to adventure this week!
Shapeshifters carry umbrellas knowing that a downpour can be good, bad or just a cleansing. They prepare for trouble and are pleasantly surprised.
Downpours clean the dirt off of houses and cars. Isn’t that handy! Hobbits look at downpours as work savers.
Zombies don’t mind a downpour. To them it’s the same as a sunny day. Try to see things in a balanced context.
Werewolves don’t like even a drizzle. It’s time to shake all the negative off and focus on the positive.
A downpour of great things are coming your well. Werebunnies hold their umbrellas down to catch all the good luck.
Downpours and mummies don’t mix. Plan a vacation where it’s dry and warm.
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
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