Monday, May 10, 2010

The Words of Ross

So this past weekend I went home to visit my folks. While I was there, I asked my dad if we could go see his friend, Ross. For those of you who have been following this blog for any length of time, you will remember that Ross has a very special psychic gift. Okay, before my new readers start laughing, I would like to tell you to hold your sniggers. This guy really DOES have the ability. In fact, his gift is known to the U.S. government who have been known to show up at his front door unannounced, take him away to the airport, put him on a jet, and take him to an undisclosed location to use his gifts in planning strategies. This happened recently, actually. They have found that he is consistently over 90% accurate. He is also well-known in the area where I grew up. It is amazing being in the same room as him.

When DH and I were going through infertility treatments, Ross had no idea. But one day my dad and he went to lunch. My dad asked Ross what he saw for me. Ross told him that he knew we would have a hard time conceiving. That our path to parenthood would be long and hard, but that we would eventually go on to have at least one little girl. Nine months later, we were pregnant, after almost two years of infertility treatments and surgery. We had a girl.

This weekend I just wanted Ross to give me a general reading. I feel that life has been pretty good lately and that I am on the right track. I kind of wanted confirmation of what I had been feeling. My reading was awesome and lasted over two hours. A lot of it had to do with DH, and I won't get into that because it is DH's story, and I don't think he would appreciate me blogging about it (even though he is a non-believer [even though Ross gave him a 100% accurate reading last fall regarding a job situation]). But what I will tell you is that Ross confirmed I AM on the right path.

Ross feels very strongly, as do my dad and I, that my next child will be a boy. He told me that my upcoming procedure will have a little wrench thrown in it, being that either the surgery will take a little longer than my doctor thinks because he will find something else that needs to be taken care of. I told him I had had the same feeling about the surgery. My doctor thinks he will be in and out, but I have had a feeling he will find some other things in there that need to be addressed. Honestly, I feel like it will have to do with my ovaries. I've felt that for a while now.

When I asked if my next pregnancy would go as smoothly as my first, he confirmed what I had already been feeling, and that is that it will. I just feel deep down that everything will be fine. Now before you think he provides me with vague information that I turn around and interpret how I want (which is what my husband thinks), he doesn't. He is very specific when he can be, and his ability to hit the nail on the head is amazing. I am telling you, this guy is for real. He is no stupid Ma.dam Cl.eo.

I forgot to ask if I would have more than one more child. I guess for now I am just focusing on getting the next one here.

He did tell me that I need to get outside more and spend more time on myself. I told him I blogged, and that was my thing. He laughed and told me that didn't count. My daughter loves to be outside, and she will climb in her stroller and close the tray by herself daily. After talking to Ross, who said even my baby could tell what I needed, DH and I decided I will take the Munchkin on a walk every time she does that from now on. When I asked her if she wanted to go on a walk tonight, she climbed right in her stroller. She knew what it meant!

Remember my Top 5? That came up in my reading as well. Specifically my Developer trait. I couldn't help but smile when he started talking about that, and I thought of a couple of you in particular while he talked about it, especially you Noelle. :)

Now we just sit back and wait to see how accurate Ross was. I am really going to enjoy posting about it when he is. He has been right so many times before. And again, none of what he says is vague and left open for interpretation. He gives me specifics. Won't it be interesting if he is (we are) right about the surgery?

Also, I wanted to let you all know I was reading up on your blogs over the weekend, but I am not always able to comment from my phone. I can if your page doesn't refresh for word verification, but most of your blogs do, so I couldn't comment. Know that I have been following along and will comment when I can. Noelle and Sass, you are both very much in my prayers.


S.I.F. said...

OK, that is so cool! And how do I get a visit in to see Ross?

Shanel said...

I need a Ross in my life:)

Suzanne said...

I do believe that some people truly have the gift of being able to see into the future and it sounds like Ross has this gift. I'm glad that you had a good reading.

AnxiousMummyto3 said...

Does Ross do reading over long-distance phone calls? LOL. Glad you got good news, looking forward to seeing it all come true for you!

Noelle said...

I think that Ross has a real gift. I am so glad that he helped you with the confidence and hope that you need.

You are so sweet to mention me in your post!

Fran said...

Sweetie I so love your comments on my blog, you are absolutely fantastic for support. And let me tell you, Ross sounds just great. I have the same feeling for you my friend. Love, Fran

Life Happens said...

Does Ross do phone consults??!! LOL...he could make a lot of money off the IF community.

I'm glad to hear you had a good visit with him. I hope you enjoy the walks with your daughter!