The Hungry Investigators Elie and Alex attended Blessed Pathways Yuletide Psychic Dinner.
Venue: Old Government House in Parramatta
On the Menu: Alex had the Seafood Pot Pie for entree, Pork Belly and Crackling as his main and Rich Plum Pudding for dessert...and wine...lots of wine. Elie choose the Caesar Salad for her entree, Pork Belly and Crackling as well for the main and Sticky Fig Pudding for dessert
Company included Peet Banks from APPI, Jane Pooley, Deleece Cook, our host Megan Stone and, Imelda Penny the guest medium for the event.
Review and account of the evening by Elie
After our orders were taken for a three course meal (yes dear readers, you read right!) a warmed plate of bread made its way to my table and I eagerly took hold of it, lovingly spreading it with butter after making it a whole week without simple carbohydrates and sugar (anyway, I digress!) With my included alcoholic beverage (red wine, of course) in hand, the laughter and fun began. We started with our entrees and then with the choice of a main course, I went for the winter warmer, pork with crackling and pumpkin, and disappoint it did not.
Whilst the merriment was high and the plates were being cleared from main course, it was time for the psychic readings to begin. Imelda Penny is a spiritual and psychic medium and mentioned she came from a lineage of mediumship in her family. Imelda was quick off the mark and began reading people on the opposite table, eliciting a few tears and some jovial laughter along the way. I also brought my sister-in-law along for something different and she seemed quite pleased with the reading she received off Imelda. Imelda tried to give most people a reading in the room (she told us the spirits were coming through in order) as she read one table to the next which allowed the majority to come away from the event with something to digest, other than their food. The mediumship provided a nice touch to the evening and a great talking point as our dessert arrived. As usual, sitting at the naughty table, we had much raucous laughter throughout the evening and Alex made a pitiful attempt to finish his dessert, in between laughter. Of course not even raucous laughter will stop me finishing dessert (sticky fig pudding, yes please!)
Overall, I really enjoyed the evening. Megan was very professional and made sure her guests were satisfied with their experience, evening handing out evaluation forms to gauge all feedback, which I thought was a sign of a business that takes pride in itself and its events. As Alex mentioned, I would definitely come back “dead or alive.” (He does enjoy spirits of all kinds, hell, so do I!) It was a great combination of dining come spiritual mediumship. If you haven’t already, make sure you give Blessed Pathways a like on Facebook and check out their upcoming events. You’re sure to see me at the next Psychic Dinner event!