I love reality TV shows. I don’t know why, but I think it has to do with the fact that I enjoy seeing rich people live their lives.
So, in recent weeks, since Kenneth showed me how to get Netflix US, I’ve been addicted to TLC TV shows, one in particular: Long Island Medium. I binged watched seasons 1-3, and currently halfway through Season 4, and can probably catch up to the latest episode… by the end of this week or mid next week.
I don’t care what y’all say, but I truly believe in Theresa’s gift in talking to spirits. But aside from her gift, the one thing I love the most is probably her personality and her family.
|Not to be a creep or anything, but look at this beautiful family!|
For a mid-40 something years old, she’s freaking adorable! I love her honesty and approach in life. And let’s not forget about her family! Her two kids are freakin awesome and adorable, and her husband is one of the best husbands I’ve seen on TV! The family is so tight knit and loving, and growing up in my family, we didn’t have that element so seeing such a lovely family fills me with joys in hopes that perhaps I’d be lucky enough to have something like that – fun, loving and caring.
After my weeks of binge watching this series, last night, I decided to watch two episodes before going to bed…
And, I ended up dreaming I was a medium. I don’t remember much about it, but I remember just talking to a lot of families, like a group reading. I know I was “channeling” the spirits because they have this white glow around them and they were telling me messages to deliver.
It all happened so fast, I was talking to one family and then in a blur, I had a whole new family in front of me. It was pretty much family after family until I finally woke up.
I ended up missing my alarm so I arrived at school late. As soon as I opened the classroom door, the first thing that came out of my mouth during mid lecture was, “Hey, Terry! Sorry I’m late… I had a dream that I was a medium and it caught me off guard.”
To which my professor and classmates replied with:
And I walked to my seat feeling…