Madeline, the Turtle & a Precognition

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On the second Thursday of every month, Orlando holds something called Wine Walk. People who attend pay $10 that entitles them to free drinks at the various participating restaurants, bars, and businesses along the route. Vendors set up booths and exhibits along the route, a great way to advertise your products, whatever they are.

Megan sets up on the front porch of Wolfgang Bakery, a doggie bakery, and since her exhibit is about personalized pet portraits, she has a built-in audience. She asks people to sign up for a free raffle and if their raffle ticket is chosen in the drawing, they win a free pet portrait on a wine glass. We helped her set up for the October Wine Walk and brought the dogs, of course. Here’s Noah, incognito:

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On this particular evening, she brought along a pet portrait a woman had commissioned as a result of last month’s Wine Walk and had just finished up a wine glass for a woman who had won the raffle in September. The pet on the glass is the woman’s turtle.

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“What’s the turtle’s name?” Rob asked.

“I don’t know,” Megan replied. “Something like Madeline. Too long to get onto a wine glass.”

The Wine Walk went great, Megan collected 300 emails, held the raffle, and this morning, sent out a mass emailing reminding people that if they wanted pet portraits to give as Christmas gifts, they should put in their orders. Within a few hours, she got a commission for two dogs on her largest canvas. It came from a friend of the woman who had picked up her dog portrait the night before. Megan texted us as we were driving home:

Here’s a synchro. Dad asked me what the turtle’s name was and I said, randomly, Madeline. That’s not the name, but it just popped into my head. Madeline is the name of the person who just ordered the big painting.

 This synchro also qualifies as a precognition. The commission from Madeline came in about three hours after Rob had asked the turtle’s name.

This one, as with many of these synchros, begs the question: Who or what is orchestrating this stuff, anyway?

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One Response to Madeline, the Turtle & a Precognition

  1. Jon says:

    Your daughter’s art is unusual and beautiful. Interesting precognition!