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>JJ’s Black Friday

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>Hello, my little ducklings. Are we feeling nice and fat from turkey dinners yesterday? With everybody shopping today for Black Friday, I thought I should post a blog as a one stop shopping place to see what I do. My new book was finally released on Amazon today so that was what prompted me to do it.

The first thing is not something I advertise that often but I am a rep for Mark. It’s like Avon but geared toward a younger market with some really great products in makeup, skincare, fragrance, bath & body, hair styling and fashion. There are some really great sales there too and the prices are already very reasonable without the sales. I’ve used a lot of the makeup myself and the products are quality. I wouldn’t tell you guys about this stuff if I hadn’t used a lot of it first. So go check out the holiday sales and purchase through my page at

Next, of course, I have my own website where I offer past life and Tarot readings. I’ve been doing this for several years and I have been doing research in reincarnation cases for about ten years or more. I can do these readings no matter where you are because they are done through photographs and email. They are done on a first come first serve basis as well. I explain how everything is done on my website along with some of my research, experience and some of my clients’ testimonials so you can see what other people have thought of their readings. I can provide references as well. When you go to buy a reading, if you mention this blog, I will automatically double your time for free until Christmas whether you are a new client or a returning client. For example, if you buy a fifteen minute past life reading, you will automatically be upgraded to a thirty minute past life reading if you tell me you saw this blog. My website is and the page specific to my readings is

My books:

This is my latest book, Unveiled: Fanny Chamberlain Reincarnated. It’s nonfiction. I started writing it about the evidence and experiences backing up my own reincarnation case as Fanny Chamberlain, the wife of Civil War general and Maine governor Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, but it evolved into my present life story and how the past has affected my present. It is a very candid, uncensored look at my life and the way I have dealt with this deeply buried part of myself known as Fanny. As I interweave the events of my present life with my past, I piece together the lessons, unresolved relationships and questions of self-acceptance to reach a higher understanding of myself, the power of love, the purpose of my life’s journey and how to use my experiences to help others. The book is illustrated with photographs of other people in my life who have reincarnated from Fanny’s life as well.

Buy this book on Amazon by clicking here.

Set during the bloody American Civil War, From the Darkness Risen is a story of courage, valor and what it means to be a family. A young couple with a toddler son, the Cavanaughs endure the explosion of civil war, separation and the struggle of keeping the family farm out of enemy hands. Robert, a captain in the Stonewall Brigade, is captured during the fight at Sand Ridge, Virginia, and taken to a Union prison in Illinois. When Isabelle hears the frightening news, she abandons her post as a nurse in Virginia’s Confederate Army Hospital with futile hopes of securing her husband’s freedom. Along the way, Isabelle sees the brutality of war through her deeply religious sensitivity, and struggles with the traditional roles of a 1860s wife and mother against her desire to be something more. When her companion, Eva Reed, sabotages the dangerous escape, Isabelle and Robert find themselves fighting for their lives. Will they make it out of enemy territory alive?

 Buy this book on Amazon by clicking here.

Mist of the Mountains is the second release by Jessica Jewett. Unlike her first release which was a historical novel, Mist of the Mountains is a collection of poetry spanning twelve years, and then some. The poetry collection offers a raw, intimate glimpse into Jessica Jewett’s life, passions and battled demons. Poems are divided into three chapters – The Light, The Darkness and The Spirits. Included are exclusive poems passed down through the family penned by Jessica Jewett’s great-great grandmother, Nellie (Rulon) Newell and here great-great-great grandmother, Jennie (Ross) Rulon. Illustrated.

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>O Holy Shorts

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>All right, so here’s the story behind O Holy Shorts. Last year when the NKOTB forum was really popular, I was part of the Fashion Disasters thread, which was a place where we talked about what the guys and we wore back in the day. When we were on the hunt for back in the day pictures of Jon for fashion dissection (which gave birth to the Science of the Socks, Matchy-Matchy, OCD ripped jeans, Wiggity Wiggity Whack suspenders and so on), a certain pair of shorts kept appearing. There were literally twenty or more different images of Jon wearing these shorts. I started making jokes that those shorts must have had mind control powers and that was why he wore them. I have a shameful special affection for the man’s legs so the running joke evolved into Jon and his Holy Shorts. (Sorry Jon. You know I’m not a fan objectifying but I’m not dead lol.)

Specimens of the Holy Shorts:


So when the holidays came around, some of the Fashion Disasters girls were rewriting Christmas carols about the inside jokes we shared and I decided to take a crack at all the Jon references. It took an hour or two and I rewrote O Holy Night as O Holy Shorts. I’m not a great poet and I’m definitely not a songwriter but I managed to squeeze in a lot of things specific to the faction of Jon’s fans. If you can pick out my references and pinpoint their origins, that would be fun! The tractah references are not something I would write now but at the time, that was the big Jon girl thing because of his blog. I don’t know if Jon saw this song last year but maybe he’ll see it this year. Laugh. It’s meant to be tongue-in-cheek 🙂

O Holy Shorts! The stripes are brightly shining,
It is the day of our dear Jon’s photo shoot.
Long lay the boy in grass and tractah showing.
Till shorts appeared and the tractah felt its worth.
A thrill of skin the weary world rejoices,
For yondah breaks a new and glorious butt.
Fall on your knees! Oh, yield to the mind control!
O shorts divine, the day when Jon stripped down;
O shorts, O Holy Shorts, O shorts divine!
O shorts, O Holy Shorts, O shorts divine!

Led by the sight of Jon crouching and like that-ing,
With wagging tongues we line up to see his shows.
O’er the stage a star is smoothly singing,
Now come the New Kids from out of the Boston land.
The Knight of knights needs no high-pitched singing;
We love that he was born to wear the shorts.
He knows our need, our weakness is no stranger,
Behold your Shorts! Before them lowly bend!

Truly the shorts taught us to love his booty,
Their law commands undahweahs from K-Maht.
Chains he shall break, for they was on the ceilin’.
And on his belt all padlocks shall fall away.
Sweet songs of stripes in lustful chorus raise we,
With all our hearts we praise their holy name.
Shorts for our Jon! Then ever, ever praise we,
Their mind control powah ever more proclaim!
Their mind control powah ever more proclaim!

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>One thousand views! Wow!

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I noticed last night that my blog crossed over the mark of one thousand views. That’s amazing to me, considering my blog here is less than a month old! I just wanted to express gratitude to my readers on this little celebratory occasion. Thank you for taking interest in the things I blog about and I hope I can keep you interested for thousands of more views. Big hugs to all of you.

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