Vicki Monroe at Jonathan's Ogunquit Event


Good Life

We are not given a good life
Or a bad life.
We are given a life.
It’s up to us to make it good
Or bad.

Boy did that resonate with me these past 3 months. As many of you know, I have been dealing with a health issue that has been relatively stable for 25 years. I have suffered on and off as many people do with severe, chronic acid reflux. And a regular endoscopic exam in June revealed many large polyps in my stomach due to the prolonged use of PPI’s, or at least that is what we think.

It was decided that I would qualify for the Nissen surgery. This surgery would essentially be done laparoscopically with 6 incisions into my abdomen to pull my stomach up and wrap it around my esophagus, thus keeping the acid from splashing up into it. I had the surgery on Tuesday the 5th and am home recovering. To say the least I am not a patient patient. Sitting around, with ice bags on my stomach, sipping water and little else for the last 5 days is not fun, but in the long run will be worth every moment to follow without gerd.

I have never, in close to 61 years, had surgery. That shocks most people. But I hadn’t until now. And it surprised me at how weak you can feel, and tired. Mind you, I’m not complaining. People go through so much more than I have, and I admire and encourage as well as pray for them all.

People are really amazing! What the human spirit can go through and come out stronger and more alive than before is truly miraculous.

I have a long road of recovery ahead but it’s not a difficult one. And all will be well on the flip side. I just wanted to share with you that the reason I have not been available to you, and not been at my office is for this reason, as well as many other things that have been added to my plate.

But, I have not forgotten about any of you. You are so very important to me, you and your loved ones in spirit who continue to guide me and help me to help you.

I just wanted to thank you for understanding and for being so kind and patient when things were very much up in the air. My schedule in the last three months changed daily and so many of you were more than willing to reschedule your appointments, even when I wasn’t sure how far out it would be.

Thank you for the love and support from my global family that continues to follow me. I hope that one day soon I will be able to visit and work with you all again.

Life is forever changing and that is the one constant in our existence. Embrace change, even the hard stuff, because what we think will be the end of us often becomes the beginning of something we never believed possible. And new beginnings are wonderful!!!!

I will be returning to my office part time at the end of September, and will be back full time in October albeit slowly. All in person appointments will be honored and I will be booking into November and December starting later this month. If I do not answer your call, I’m not back yet. Leave a message and I will call you.

I hope you are enjoying your September, and looking forward to the autumn.

I wish you all the very best.


In love and light,

Vicki Monroe
Spiritual Counselor
Spirit Messenger
Paranormal and Mystical Investigator

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