Very professional on time , everyone loved her will hire again !
I am usually referred to as Sister Glo as I grew up Catholic and attended parochial school for 6 years. I love to dress up and perform as well and have collected costumes over the years especially after doing readings at Wear It Again Sam Vintage Clothing.
I have been on the Spiritual Path since 1988 when I attended Unity Church of Christianity where an ex-Catholic Nun was speaking that day.
Several years later I was led to sign up for Astrology Classes at Centerpoint taught by Marva Mason that produced Psychic Fairs in Houston. Before long I was reading at all of the Houston fairs and traveling to places like Old Town Spring, Tomball, Clear Lake, Galveston, and beyond.
I developed my skills reading for private clients but I really came into my own as a Reader after working at the Texas Renaissance Festival which I called my own personal bootcamp.
Gradually I picked up jobs as a House Reader for the Bliss Shop and became part of the local astrological and psychic communities.
At one point I was known as "The Mystic Of 19th Street" as I did readings at Crickets Creamery, Wear It Again Sam's, Temples Gate, and the First Saturday Artist Market in the Heights Area.
I started working for Entertainment Agencies doing a variety of upscale events in Houston. New Years Eve, Christmas, Halloween, Mardi Gras, birthday, corporate, Women's Events, themed parties. My claim to fame was booking the Talent Coordinator and Head Reader of the Ronald McDonald House Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Night held annually in February which I have been doing since 2003.
I started writing a weekly column that was initially telling where I would appear that week but I added astrological information, as well as entertainment related like movies and events.
I am a performer that appeared on Houston Public Access Channel for a Halloween show, Time Warner Cable Holiday Ad, local tv stations. Additionally, I predicted the Academy Award Winners on the Lilly Roddy Show.
I have worked at local artist markets since 2005 beginning with the First Saturday Artist Market in the Heights, Galveston Artwalk, and pop up markets that appeared and disappeared around the Heights and Montrose Areas.
It has been my honor to empower, enlighten, and entertain clients for the past 15 years.