It’s Fun to (Pretend to) Be a Model Sometimes

This week, this momma was excited to be able to get out of the house and do some modeling! It’s fun to pretend to be a model sometimes and for me, it’s so important for my mental health to work and play outside the home – especially with old colleagues like Sha and Ahmad Couture. And I love that I’m able to take Aspen and Girly Girl with me to work since I have Bridget to help!

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Also, I was really intrigued by the scene with Vicki and Kelly having using the aura machine, so I decided to ask my psychic, Mystic Michaela, to elaborate more about their results. Here’s how she explained the machine and their colors:

An aura machine is kind of like wearing a mood ring. If that makes sense. Very general, but if you think about it, energy is a real thing. It radiates out in colors.

With Kelly, I saw those colors but in a different way. She is not clearly communicating from her heart. I saw that as her shoving down her blue energy. When I see blue that is a healer, the vulnerable and emotional part. She’s not comfortable with it and shoves that down. She thinks vulnerability makes her look weak. Kelly is purple with a wall of red. She pushes down her natural blue. That’s the emotional side of her that sometimes comes out. 

But I see Vicky as yellow and purple. Blue can show up in someone who isn’t supposed to be blue when they are playing victim. (With Vicki, she’s all blue because she’s a total victim.) But I see it differently through my own guides or however my gift works.

Very interesting, right?!

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