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Dyslexia and Blog Writing

Monday, October 10th, 2005

Just to mention I have dyslexia. This causes me to not only be very creative 😉 but also to use the incorrect word. I think I’m writing or saying one word when in fact I’m writing or saying another. I don’t always catch this and a spell-check won’t either. In fact, my spelling is actually pretty good minus some minor weirdness such as using quotes for I”m instead of I’m. Also, I might transpose letters but a spell check would pick that up.

To note, there is a lot of myth and misconception about what dyslexia is and how it affects people. Each person who experiences dyslexia, can experience it quite differently.

Before anyone thinks I read below grade level or can’t comprehend what people are saying, that isn’t the case for me. In fact, I’m considered a gifted individual with a high IQ and EQ. 😉 … just to note. 🙂 I AM; however, an abstract thinker and sometimes people can’t *get* what I’M saying. 😉

If that’s the case, just say so. *grin*

More on dyslexia

The Psychic Tarot Blog Begins!

Sunday, September 18th, 2005


This blog is going to host a number of columns: Celebrity Rumour Busting, Fun & Interesting Tarot, General Psychic and Tarot Prose, World and Local Predictions, Tarot & Psychic Reflections, Tarotscopes, and Non-Tarot Alternative Thoughts & Practices.

Feel free to comment and add your own viewpoints as I journey through the paths of the estoeric.

God_s (for lack of a better word_s), the higher power, the creator, and the spirits that guide us, please give your blessings and inspiration to help us all lead a happier and more beautiful life so that we may join you one day in complete harmony with ourselves, You, and our family.

With warmth,


P.s. To me, no religion, spiritual, or philisophical belief is considered better than another; however, my background includes training in the Buddhist, Pagan, Baptist, Catholic, and Muslim arts. Hopefully I can soon add Kabbalah and Judaism. btw my learning and practices are not frivilous and it’s likely that at no point I will identify with just *one* religious, spiritual, or philosophical belief. You, of course, have the choice and free-will to do differently and that is respected.