Thursday night was the most amazing night ever. It was astonishing. One of my BEST chick friends and I ‘Firmonnell’ made a trip to go see Susan Wood. I’m gonna tell you about Susan in a minute. But she was in our local area, holding an event at The Victoria Hotel in Allerton Bywater.
So after a long first half of our working week and a busy working Thursday, I dashed home, casually glammed, pouted, changed and within a shimmie of a moment, I blinked and found myself stood outside The Victoria, after a quick ‘whilst getting ready’ Pinot Grigio, talking to a man with a dog and pushing my way through the somewhat regal heavy doors.
The place oozed with character, it was filled with a vintage sizzle, a breeze of calm and comfy ‘ooh’ of life. I had a piano to my right, with old school trinkets placed upon it and before you know it, I was sat at the bar, in my dangly diamante earrings, with my ‘finally have my new phone’ in my hand and a Desperado as my choice of poison.
Within a second, the doors bust open and in struts ‘Firmonnell’ with her super stylish Mum.
‘You look amazing!’
‘You look so glam. Lol.’
Firmonnell’s mum has been searching for a new sense of style and she smashed it that night. She smashed it about iand gave fitted Tweed jackets a new lease of life. Cheek kisses and hugs were exchanged and then we walked over to a quiet separate section of the bar to go meet Susan.
Now, Susan is a Medium. Not just any Medium. Simply the most amazing Medium, in all of the land and i’m not someone to ‘just say that because.’ I’d never do that. I LOVE the a bit of the ‘mystic and magic.’ I’ve seen a lot of Mediums in my time…and I don’t think I have ever been so astonished and amazed in my LIFE.
We meeted me greeted, we enjoyed a couple drinks and then a small huddle of people, who had come to see Susan had arrived for the event. It was a really cosy and a small, intimate crowd and I definitely much preferred that, as Sue’s used to giant rooms, filled to the brim, with packed crowds of humans hoping to receive a message from the other side. I’d looked into Sue and read all about her talent…so I was really excited to watch her work.
It ALL BEGAN!!
We were all sat in groups, as Sue stood at the front of the crowd and introduced herself….She’s sweet, she’s bubbly, she’s knows what she’s talking about and she’s northern. She’s great! Naturally great around people and once she gets in the zone and the vibrations are a brimming, people from the ‘other side’ come to her, the spirits and whatever messages she receives she opens to the crowd, unless she had a really strong vibration with a particular person…When that happens, she zooms straight in and focussing in on you, with her given messages.
Now, this event wasn’t any kind of crap, it was AMAZING. Firmonnell and I are open minded girls, YET we can weigh up what we think is ‘rubbish…right…or ridiculously insane’ and this was INSANE in THE MOST AMAZINGLY UNBELIEVABLE WAY. And I loved that everything was spoken about openly. It was all deeply personal, raw and real. The crowd was so intimate, that EVERYONE ended up getting a message and as I watched each person’s life unfold right infront of me…even my own….I saw smiles of delight, tears of joy, absolute shock, sceptics be won over and a comfort that filled the room. It all felt so positive. There was an energy in the room. A magic.
I mean, let’s put it this way, Sue had zoned in on Firmonnell and obviously with Firmonnell being one of my closest friends, I’d know quite (well the parts she’d want to tell me) about her life. When Sue zoomed in on ‘Firmmonell’ because the spirits had guided her there, and started giving her messages, in regards to the things that were going on in her present life…IT WAS SO UNBELIEVABLY ACCURATE, that Firmonnell burst into tears, I ended up bursting into tears and almost 8 mini bottles of prosecco had to be guzzled and a box of tissues had to be plonked infront of us. Lol.
We’re both emotional by nature. We’re compassionate. But Firmonnell is fine with a big open aired cry. I’m ‘swag’ and brimming with a delusional pride Lol, so I’ll always try NOT to cry in public…EVER. I almost daren’t. Lol. I’ll look away. I’ll walk away. I don’t cry over the small things.
I WAS IN FLIPPING BIG GIRLS DO CRY TEARS!
We were a proper state, because we just couldn’t believe how accurate Sue had been.
It was crazy. Words can’t even describe it.
And fair enough, I have a blog, people may know a lot about me and Sue is great at proving her worth.
For example, I had a VERY PRIVATE conversation with someone close to me. No one would know about this conversation. I never blogged it. I never told another single human about it. No one. I didn’t tell anyone, because it was something really personal to me and the other party….and when Sue zoned in on me….it was the FIRST THING TO COME OUT OF HER MOUTH.
She knew it word, for word, for word, for word. Every BIT of what happened in that conversation, why it had happened and the outcome of the situation…and in that minute….I was there with her. I was there. I was astonished. It was emotional and everything she told me, from that point on… was absolutely astonishing….my entire soul filled with a magical respect for Sue.
Me: ‘How does she even know all this??’
Firmonnell: ‘Look at HER CHRISSIE. Stop looking AT ME!’
Sue: ‘You look absolutely terrified.’
That night, we guzzled mini proseccos and bottle of Desperados like glamourous pirates,
Bartender: ‘You might as well of bought two large bottle of proseccos instead of a hundred mini ones. Lol’
And we drank in the name of celebration celebration. It was just such a fun night. I definitely got called ‘Erratic’ and ‘A Winner’ at life, in the space of 7 minutes. Lol. Sue was amazing, so great that i’d go again and again and again. Infact, we told the rest of the girls and they’ve all been trying to book in to see her.
The night was so great, that we definitely ended up accidentally pissed. Both Firmonnell and I are ‘good times’ gals.
Meaning we don’t need a reason for ‘one more drink’…we’ll just agree that it’s the right thing to do. We don’t need an excuse to celebrate anything with booze. Booze celebrates our existence. Lol. I left money on the bar. We tried to use someone elses change, that we thought was OUR money, because his fiver looked the same as our fiver? Lol. Firmonnell may have tried to eat someone’s left over crisps. Who knows?? They were there….
We talked life. We chatted outside under the night stars. We stayed until the actual place looked like it was about to throw us out, because they needed to close at some point…
And like a teenage girl, I called my Mum to pick me up.
Her mum, met my mum….Lol….and then we both got home, did that thing were you sneak into bed, because being drunk is going to ‘get you’ otherwise.
Then ‘sort of’ fresh as a daisy…we woke up the next morning, looking like we hadn’t spent the evening drinking like pirates. (It hit me later, don’t worry. I had to eat carrot sticks, because that’s all my body would let me.)
And that was it…we worked all day, did Milky Bar button shots and got on with life merrily.
YOU ALL NEED TO GO SEE SUSAN WOOD.
She is the most amazing MEDIUM ALIVE AND CURRENTLY DOING EVENTS ALL OVER!
I can’t wait to see her again…