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FOCUS - DECEMBER 2015 21 brother. And she didnt mind a bit. It is an honour for Jennifer to be able to use her gift to help people. She had to put off a request from spirit for a few hours one Christmas day. During the gift exchange and while trying to prepare the turkey for the oven a spirit hung around Jennifer and repeatedly asked her to email a message to his mom. He followed her around all day. Eventually she got a chance to turn on the computer so she could tell his family how much he appreciated the nice graveside memorial. It was their first Christmas without him and they were so comforted to receive this heartwarming message. Other times Jennifer gets strong direction to do things. On the Friday before Thanksgiving she was compelled to buy a bouquet of beautiful gerbera daisies. It was a splurge says Jennifer. My favourite colour orange. But they never made it home to her vase. A voice insisted that Jennifer give the flowers to a local crossing guard and so she did with some reluctance. It turned out that this crossing guard was going through a lot of stressful problems at the time and the gift of flowers re- ally brightened her day. She cried all the way home she was so happy. A bright future Despite her unusual occupation Jennifer is just a regu- lar mom. Married to Tom Williamson she is the mother of four kids and they share their Blackstock home with three dogs ones a growling ghost detector and chick- ens that lay happy organic eggs After six years in Scugog Jennifer feels right at home here. She has nothing but good things to say about the schools and friendly townsfolk and Operation Scugog which she supports. This was the first year that she participated in the Dragon Boat Races and she really enjoyed this experience. She also loves to kayak. I chose Port Perry as much as it chose me Jennifer commented. I have never felt so comfortable in a place in my whole life. Its my calling to do this and be in this area. The good news The future for her chosen hometown looks bright she predicted. By Lynn Campbell Focus on Scugog