This young woman is portraying herself at her favorite age (late teens / early twenties) when she either lived on a large college campus (like the University of Wisconsin) or near a large urban park. She would have been this age in the late 1970s or early 1980s. She had beautiful green eyes – green, not hazel. Her hair was long, silky – kind of light brown with distinctive natural blond highlights. She was thin, not skinny; in good shape, but not an athlete. She liked to dress in ethnic clothes and jewelry, often wearing t-shirts, ethnic tops or poet blouses over jeans or more often over long flowing skirts like the three-tiered skirts that were fashionable in the late 1970s. Her favorite shoes were flat sandals (thong-style, between the toes) that were a light brown leather or could be tied at the ankle.
This young woman was a friendly, gentle and mostly optimistic person. She was liked and admired by many, but she saw herself as someone with just a few good friends. She could be pensive, a deep thinker, but also loved to lose herself in a book or in writing. She loved late spring and summer, because she loved to sit or lie on the grass in the shade of trees while reading or writing in a journal. She mostly wrote prose, but she dabbled in poetry or song lyrics. She also loved to just sit on the lawn and watch the animals or clouds, drawing in the life force of spring and summer when the world seemed so alive and happy. She did, however, occasionally suffered from moments or small bouts of melancholy as well.
She had typical dreams of what her adult life would be like, but died before she really had a chance to see those dreams come true. I feel like she died before she was thirty, possibly in a car accident since I heard shattering glass and the sound of screeching brakes in the distance.
I also heard the name, “Misty.” For me, when I do readings, I rarely get the actual name of the person that is communicating from the spirit world. Usually when I hear names, those names are either someone who was important to this person or someone significant to the person the reading is for.
If all or most of this information and the drawing resonate with you as someone you knew, please send me let me know by placing a comment below or sending me a message. I’d like to connect the drawing and spirit to the person she is trying to reach.