A client made an appointment, and in the two weeks before the reading, she called and rescheduled. When she came for the reading, she had just returned home from traveling for memorial services for her recently deceased Grandfather. He wasn't the person she had initially planned to communicate with in the reading, but he showed up, and we connected with him.
He showed me his memorial service. I observed pews and people, but not many , they were scattered. He was grinning and elbowing me saying "It was a good turn out, good turn out..." like we were watching the scene together. It was confusing that he said there were a lot of people there but the image he gave didn't depict that. He was still smiling and insisting it was a 'good turn out'.
"Were there a lot of people at his memorial service?" I asked.
"No!" she replied "Well, a lot of the family made it, which was good."
"He keeps telling me it was a 'good turn out' like there were a lot of people there..."
"He was 94, and he only has two friends that are still alive and they both made it!"
"Ha! He's being funny isn't he?"
"Yes, that is something he would say, he was a funny man" she laughed.
Thank you for the smile, Sir.