Just for fun/a joke with a friend. I don’t particularly believe in any of that, but honestly, it was pretty cool and sort of weirdly accurate. She told me that I was adventurous, that I would travel my whole life. She said I was open and honest with my friends, sometimes too honest, sometimes to the point where people can’t handle it. That if I have something to say about a friend I say it to their face and not behind their back. She said I’m a romantic, that I fall in love easily with people, places, music, art. She said I did something artistic with my hands.
She said I was going back to school soon (true), and that I’d do well in classes. She also said I’d study some sort of medicine sometime soon, but it might not be to make money, and that it would affect my life deeply (yoga teacher training?). She said the next 18 months to 2 years would be a period of self-discovery, that I am starting to drift apart from some friends and will lose them (likely). She said the west coast of the US would be special to me and that I’d cross the ocean 2 or 3 times (which I already have, but okay). She said a guy would come forward in August who has feelings for me and has been hiding them (unlikely considering the complete lack of straight men in my life). Then she said I’d recently broken up with someone (true), that he’d come back into my life in August (possibly I’ll see him then), and that he’ll want to be in a relationship again (oh god I hope not - haha). She said I’d marry in my early 30s, only marry once, have three kids (not my plan), that I haven’t met my soulmate yet (thank god). She said April is my best month, and I’ll live to my 80s or 90s.
There was more, I wrote everything down, but those were the things that stuck out. I’m interested to see if any of the predictions she made turn out to be true - there were quite a few of them and some were really specific. I really don’t think I believe in any of this stuff, and I know that they can say so many general things that everyone thinks is true for them (like you could probably tell anyone they were adventurous and they would agree) - but there were a few things she said to my friend and I that didn’t sound general, and were eerily accurate. Although some of it was almost laughable (mostly the stuff having to do with guys). Oh well! She had a fat chihuahua in a stroller named “Taco Bell” that kept growling at us. Gave me the cards to shuffle and said, “I wish you health, wealth, and happiness.” Spoke in an accent that was hard to place where it was from. ‘Twas a neat experience anyway.