Please join me for my 30th Celebrate Life Anniversary Post.

It's almost time to celebrate!

30 years ago, I had a near fatal accident that changed my trajectory forever. It's taken this long to really believe that it was ALL for my highest good.

So I don't want you to miss out on tomorrow's post over on my new blog. See, I'm so excited about getting to do the intuitive, clairvoyant/clairsentient/clairaudient work with my clients, I haven't been good at managing my time between here and there.

If you want to see the validation for this turning point, check out my card reading for this week.

So I'm extending an invitation to you...

I'm putting all of my focus and attention on my all-inclusive site, www.walksinspiritllc.com. I don't want to lose touch with you, so I invite you to join the new and improved version of GodGirlGoth.

Thank you for your time and attention. You have inspired me to do/be/live bigger and better. I am Donna Lynn, Christian Medium at WalksInSpiritLLC.com and I walk in spirit so you can contact your loved ones, angels and spirit guides on the other side.

Donna, aka GGG


New adventures coming!

Hi Readers,

After a long 2014, I'm back to my adventures. Stay tuned.

Until then, tune in to your Divine Spirit and have the life you want this year.


New blog and website for Walks In Spirit

I'll be back here as soon as I can.
Until then, please join me at
for a more focused kind of GGG ;)


More on Incident #1


I was 15. 
I was called out of class and told to go home. A fire had started on the mountain and it was bad. Maybe I could get there in time to save something. Only I didn't drive. I had to rely on the one person offering to drive me, a neighbor people told me was my friend.
Before night, the fire spread. People, animals, and houses were lost. So was I. I left word with everyone I saw, asking them to relay a message to my parents that I getting a ride to an aunt's house and please come find me. 
When night fell, I caught a ride to the near side of the eerie red fire line, where police blocked road and kept people from their burning homes. I was looking for my family. Were they safe? Had they escaped? Where were they? 
I watched houses blow up on the hillside as fires consumed every flammable object in their path and I prayed for them.
"Your dad snuck in to keep the fire back from your house," an unknown neighbor said. "He's got help." Then he walked off. 
Not the 1985, but the same glowing look.
From http://www.valdese.com/#!history:
"Valdese has had its share of natural disasters such as in 1985 when a large forest fire crossed Mineral Springs Mountain to the south and threatened to jump Interstate 40 and overwhelm Valdese. The blaze was a low-burning fire which was difficult to access and moved quickly, aided by swirling winds. Fortunately, the fire eventually died out before much of Valdese was affected, but many of the homes on top of the mountain were virtually disintegrated."

In this report about the start of an organization in the aftermath of this fire, we're the High Peak Fire.
"On April 4, 1985, within a one-hour period, three large wildfires broke out in the foothills and mountains
of Western North Carolina. These fires, along with numerous smaller fires, destroyed thousands of acres
of woodland and more than forty homes and outbuildings. The High Peak Fire destroyed 27 structures 
and 5,000 acres of woodland in Burke County alone. Resources were stretched to their breaking point
and often unavailable."

Downpour Is Easter Blessing In Fire-ravaged South

It's been 30 years this year since the week that changed my life forever.

Incident#1:  Here's an article about the mountains across I-40 and Valdese catching on fire.
Downpour Is Easter Blessing In Fire-ravaged South



I thought I'd give the material written so far an audience by facebook. That should inspire me to finish it and self-publish. Everyone suffers adversity, so I think you'll identify. Enjoy!


Disappointments and New Beginnings - A Book Writer's Life

So it looks like my memoir won't be published traditionally.

It's a lot to take in a year and a half of hard knocks. Do I self-publish? Do I give up? Do I write pieces of it as articles and hope an editor/publisher somewhere reads it and has to publish it?

I've played this game before. I have a computer full of unpublished book manuscripts, mostly for children's picture books, that ranged from close, not at all, and made it to the last round before being cut. The publishing industry has narrowed to celebrities and those with big platforms. I'm old school; I read old school. I'm not sure I'm cut out for an industry that likes the writing but doesn't see enough profit.

While the new year approaches, I'll decide whether to let old dogs lie or cut all ties with my writing past or publish it in some form or other. It truly is the best writing I've ever done. It deserves to see the light of Kindle and Nook and hardback....A decision another time.

How about you? What do you have to let go of? What will you drag kicking and screaming into 2015?