That does not make sense
Last year I connected with Kim’s wolfhound that had crossed over. She sought advice from him because she was considering adopting a new pup.
Kim’s dog showed me images of a wolfhound playing with socks. I saw the wolfhound pulling socks from the laundry basket, tossing socks around, and an especially funny image of that dog with a white sock on his head and other socks on his back.
She said her wolfhound never played with socks, and the message did not make sense at all. I worried that I did not translate her dog’s message correctly. I went back to her dog for clarification on the message to Kim. Her wolfhound’s message did not change. Kim’s dog continued to show me images of socks.
About a month after her reading, she sent me an email. She had adopted a wolfhound pup.
Have you already guessed what this pup loves to do?
He is the sock monster! She said he not only plays with socks, but he even tries to pull socks off her feet.
The message Kim’s dog gave her during her reading was about the next pup that would enter her life.
Because of these types of experiences, hearing a person say – no, that does not make sense – is no longer worrisome for me. Asking the animal for clarification helped me to learn this. When the animal’s message is clear, it is a good idea for that person to make a note because the animal’s message may make sense later.