Thanksgiving Paranormal-Scope

Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving Courtesy Wikimedia Commons

On Thursday, the United States of America will be celebrating Thanksgiving usually with a meal of family and/or friends. It is a celebration of giving thanks for all we have.

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.

Dragons love gathering with family and friends to share a toasty meal. Try out some new recipes to share with your loved ones.

Shapeshifters collaborate with others to get more work done before the holiday. Do the same. Be a team player.

Werewolves treat others with kindness. Keeping in the spirit of the holiday, say a few kind words to those you work with and meet. You will make someone’s day.

Vampires have very old friends and family, so they need a large place in which to celebrate. And a lot of food! Take a headcount when planning your feast and make extra.

Zombies follow the scent of roast turkey. If they can’t have brains, they want turkey. On the bright side, they will be the first to fall asleep after eating. Don’t forget the cranberry sauce. Someone close to you loves it.

Goblins are meticulous with money. Before spending make a budget. Estimate how much you will spend on each gift. Try not to go over.

Dragons are far-sighted. Gather with family and friends will relax you. Afterward set down your career goals and some steps you could take to make your dreams come true.

Elves declutter their home before a feast. It gives more room in the house for the expected company and is a ceremony of letting go of the past before accepting the turkey and the potential of the future.

Faeries are known for their charms. Be aware that some people will try to use their charms on you. Do go in on any deals. Don’t take risks at this time.

Yetis sometimes argue. It’s best to avoid them when they do. Do the same with those at the Thanksgiving meal. Don’t get involved in any argument. You don’t need that.

Mermaids don’t follow what other mermaids do. They are so unique in following their own star. Don’t compare yourself with others. Follow your own path. Let glass ceilings shatter.

Sirens dive deep to protect their lives from dangerous surges. Your health comes first, and keep that in mind when dining on Thanksgiving.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
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