Have you lost someone you love deeply? Do you yearn for them to be in the physical again so you can hold them, be with them, laugh with them once again? Energy worker and medium, Diane, shares her story about how her son transitioned and her experience in still having to live and love here on this side. Through writing a book about her son and the experience, she found deeper connection and healing. Forgiveness, compassion and the sheer will of a mother allows Diane to move forward and now enables her to support others who have experienced loss.
About the Guest:
Diane Quartly is an energy worker who used her incredible psychic abilities to find her way through the agony of loss and grief. Her son Travis was run over and killed by one of her best friends. Diane talks about how she moved through the pain from trauma to peace. Her book “About a Blue Angel” speaks about the tragedy and how she navigated the most difficult period in her life. Diane’s main focus is to give evidence of an afterlife and confirmation that connections can be made with loved ones who have crossed over. She is a positive and knowledgeable Medium who encourages you to explore, understand and tune into your own unique vibrational frequency. Hers is a story that will no doubt take you on a powerful journey and perhaps even bring you a little comfort, peace and understanding while processing the loss of a loved one.
To learn more about Diane’s workshops check out her website Dianequartly.com or her book About a Blue Angel is available on Amazon.
About the Host:
DeeAnne Riendeau is a thought leader in spiritual and business development who’s mission is to elevate how we think and live. Experiencing a life of chronic illness, and 2 near death experiences, DeeAnne rebounded with 20 years of health education and a diverse health career.
She is known as the modern day Willy Wonka for giving away her company Your Holistic Earth, which is the first holistic health care system of its kind. She is currently the owner of Rose Hope International, in which she helps those who are seeking more joy, love, freedom, and a deeper meaning in life using your souls library also known as the Akashic Records.
She has spoken at Harvard University, appeared on Shaw TV, Global Television, and CTV and has been recognized as a visionary and business leader having been nominated for numerous awards including Alberta Business of Distinction. Along with being an entrepreneur, DeeAnne is a mom of 2 bright kids, publisher, popular speaker and international bestselling author who uses her heart and her head to guide others to create their best life.
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This is When Spirit Calls, and you on your journey are in the right place. This show is about magic miracles and meaning shared through stories, interviews and channeled messages. We have so much to share about who you are and your divine mission here on the earth. Let's get to it When Spirit Calls is right now.DeeAnne Riendeau:
I am very excited again for our guests today. When I first met Diane Quartly, I was so moved by her story, I knew that she was going to be on my show. Allow me to introduce her just a little bit. Diane is an energy worker who used her incredible psychic abilities to find her way through the agony of loss and grief. Her son Travis was run over and killed by one of her best friends. Diane talks about how she moved through the pain and from trauma to peace. Her book about a blue angel speaks about this tragedy, and how she navigated the most difficult period of her life. Diane's main focus is to give evidence of an afterlife and confirmation that connections can be made with loved ones who have crossed over. She is a positive and knowledgeable medium who encourages you to explore, understand and tune into your own unique vibrational frequency. Her hers is a story that will no doubt take you on a powerful journey, and perhaps even bring you a little comfort, peace and understanding while processing the loss of a loved one. So happy to have Diane with us today.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Hello, everyone. So happy to be back. And I know that I just introduced you to our incredible guest today. Diane Quartly, I have to say that when I you know got to know Diane, I was just so moved by her story. I'm so excited for you guys to hear it today. It is so touching it is so moving. And I hope that it really leaves you with a new sense of connection and inspiration. So Hi, Diane.Diane Quartly:
Hello, hello.DeeAnne Riendeau:
I'm so happy that you're here with me today. And I'm so glad that we got connected, you know, really through through chance through being at the same event together and then just finding our way to each other.Diane Quartly:
That always happens, it doesn't matter what I do. And I'm sure it happens for so many people, especially in this line of work where we just connect, we find our people.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah, we do find your people. And I you know, I love it this morning, I was actually on a meeting with somebody else. And someone happened to pop into the meeting room at the same time that someone I didn't know wasn't planning to meet. And it was so interesting because she started sharing her story. And this is somebody that I never would have crossed paths with. But she just happened to click on the link by accident and ended up in the meeting room. Isn't that interesting? So, you know, the world is being orchestrated for us, as you know. And you know, the theme, of course, is When Spirit Calls and all of these all of these interviews are all about when Spirit calls us. But you've got a really profound story and how spirit called you in a very different way than most. And so I want to invite you to just start by sharing you know what happened to you and what happened to your family in your story.Diane Quartly:
Well, where to begin? So I guess the biggest thing for me, I feel like everybody has an awakening of some sort. And I believe that there, there are things that happen in our lives, some big things, some small things that just sort of send us on a trajectory of spiritual awakening, or, and I think that I was always that kid growing up that was curious about religion, curious about spirits. And I always felt like I should say this, but you know, the Bible had so many holes in it. Or it just didn't make sense to me. I read it. I reread it. You know, when I had some takeaways from it. I really enjoyed reading the Bible. I loved being connected to Jesus and I loved all of that. And then jump ahead a few years married three children, three beautiful little boys and an amazing husband. And my boys were eight, six and five when I had we had an incident that happened that just sort of sent me on a whirlwind kind of trying to figure out what spirit was about. And you know, I've always been curious, but this incident and I'll tell it was some because it sort of gave me the opportunity, I guess, to explore spirit and my connection and what I felt about spirit at a deeper level. So it was a wonderful day. My family and I were camping with some friends. And we have a lake lot nearby where I lived in live in northern Alberta. And we had some friends that came up we were having a great day that morning. It was a I always think of Winnie the Pooh the blustery day. And we were going to take the kids swimming and decided not to it was a little blustery. So we went down to the dock where we were and decided to go fishing. While we were fishing. Our friend's son who had cerebral palsy, had fallen and banged his head. So I ran back to my camp, grabbed my van went to the doc and we loaded the mom and this boy Eric into the van. And I took him to our local hospital, which was about 20 minutes away. While it was at the hospital, we were getting some information Eric had cut his head. So we needed stitches, the doctor was coming. And one of the small towns so one of the the nurse that was on call that night, came out and said it's going to be a little while they're bringing somebody in, and I just dropped to my seat and I just felt this overwhelming sense of dread. And I said to Tracy, my friend, I just looked at her and said, it's Travis. She said what do you mean? It's Travis and I said there's something wrong. And she said, Okay, so we sat there. And the nurse came out and said, I said, Do you know anything about the person they're bringing in? She said, All I know is they're bringing a child in from use art. And Tracy, my friend looks at me like oh my goodness, because that's where we were a little community is called juice hardware like Claude is. So we sat and we prayed. Basic prayed and we waited. And then our nurse friend came out again and said, Yes, Diane, it is Travis and Travis is my middle son of three, Levi, Travis and Devon. And Travis is a unique little soul right from the day of his birth. He had some issues. He didn't develop like other kids. It was a genetic disposition that he had. So Travis was nonverbal. Travis. We were told when he was young, that he wouldn't talk. And he we were learning sign language. We were told you wouldn't hold his head up, actually. And it took him eight months to do that. But he did it. And then they said that they wouldn't sit up. It took him a year and a half. And he did that. So he always sort of accomplished things. But he was delayed for sure. And it's it was a genetic thing that we found out so there was a whole no course of action we had to take with that. So we knew was Travis that was coming in in the ambulance. We hadn't known what happened. The ambulance pulls up, we go out and I'm looking across the stretcher. I see Travis on the stretcher. They're pulling him out. He's still living. I see my husband get out of the ambulance. And I had heard from our I guess I should say that the nurse came out she said some Travis had been run over had been hit. So we were like okay, so then when arm and my husband got out of the ambulance, I just remember looking at him and saying to him, who was it? Very odd. But at the time, it mattered to me there was some people that were tamping down where we camped that were drinking drive quite often, you know, they go from and in my brain, I think I was at that point even, you know, thinking, I don't know if I'd be good enough, a good enough person to have a look if it was somebody that was drinking and driving. Yeah, he told me who it was, who happened to be one of my best friends at the time that had ran over Travis. I felt such a sense of relief come over me. And people always find that really, they think what, but for me, I knew that my friend absolutely love my son.DeeAnne Riendeau:
And it was just an accident. So it took all that blame and anger. I just right at that moment was like I didn't have to worry about that is concentrated on the fact that this was an accident. And here's my son and let's fix him. We took him in the doctor's worked on him for a while and came out and told us that he had passed. So Travis was six and our Our world was torn right upside down. At that point, like anybody who loses somebody it was, it was such a shock. And at the same point, there's so much going on when something like that happens, you know, family we had, it's a small town. By this time, by the time the doctor Kubota told us tell us that Travis did pass the waiting room in the lobby, everything is packed with people. So they took us into the room. And Travis was laying on the bed, he still had the tubes down because they had been working on him trying to get him alive, but yes, to try working on him. And I still remember sitting there, the scene will forever be in my mind. My mother in law, my father in law, were in the room, my mom was across from me, my husband was that the head of the bed, everybody's losing their minds, everybody's upset, everybody's crying, I'm feeling panicky, because I'm looking at Travis. And all I want to do is tell everybody to get out of the room so I could clean them up. You can imagine our friend had backed over him. And if you can imagine, I just wanted to clean him up, like get get out of the room, I want to my son and wash him and change him and all those things. And as I'm starting to lose my senses, I think at that point, it just felt everything heightened. I was given the most incredible gift and I'll never forget it. I was watching Travis's body, I was crying, I'm in tune with everything that's going on. And all of a sudden, I just felt his soul leave his body and just sort of hover above his body for just a fraction of a second. And then it sort of floated to the corner of the room when I'm watching it, and I'm watching his vibration of his soul, float to the corner of the room. Again, it just hovered there for a split second, and almost an A telepathically I heard by mama, and this was going on. And I will never forget that. Because for me, it was such an incredible blessing and such an incredible gift. Because in that split second, there was no doubt in my mind that my son soul carried on that we could honor and bury and go through the motions of grief for his physical body is spiritual body was still continuing on. And I know a lot of moms, a lot of people that lose loved ones don't get that. And I feel blessed everyday to being given that the story that sort of a, you know, a quick synopsis of it. But there there's a lot more to the story. So well,DeeAnne Riendeau:
I thank you so much for sharing that so bravely. I'm just sitting here, you know, trying to keep my tears in check. Because, you know, I mean, I think loss of a loved ones is is difficult, but loss of a child is a whole nother level. And, and so, you know, there's such beauty in how you went through your experience. First of all, that you knew that it was that son, you felt it already, it was like spirit was already speaking to you in that. And then of course that you receive this gift of being able to see his energy body, his soul, his spirit, exit, and even a say a goodbye and hearing a goodbye. I feel that that is you know that you recognize that being a gift is truly, truly a gift. And so thank you so much for sharing it with such compassion as well. You know, one of the questions that I was really feeling compelled to ask is about your friend, because obviously your friend probably experienced a great deal of guilt and trauma themselves. And I'm just curious to know, what was that relationship like, you know, after and what did you do for each other through that healing process, if anything?Diane Quartly:
Well, that was an interesting, dynamic and on its own because at the time, my friend and I were arguing about something, so we were at odds when the incident happened. And so it was really difficult. We hadn't been talking for a little bit. I still believe she was a really good friend, but we were sort of not speaking at that point. And I know that she is a person that feels things very deeply So of course, it was traumatic for her, she was a mess. She was absolutely a mess. And we had a lot of really close friends, all of our acquaintances that all got together. But interesting things happen when situations like this happen. Number one, I was not able, we were on different boards, we were on different things that people pick sides. It was it was, it was to me, but people would, in protecting her sometimes made me the bad guy. If I see some read with anything she was doing, then they would say, oh, that's just because of what happened. I didn't, I wasn't able to say, it always became a reason, right? There was always something. So the scenes and everybody looked at things differently. We couldn't just have a discussion. And it was her and I having a discussion. It was her and I having discussion. And anything that came from that discussion always reverted back to the incident. So I felt it was better to just sort of part ways with that friendship. For the time, we didn't go to a lot of the different events and things that that were happening with that group of friends.DeeAnne Riendeau:
It was a really tight, tight knit group of friends. So we just sort of distanced ourselves from it. And for both of our sake, for both of our sakes, I'm not saying it was just for me, it was for her as well, because people just looked at it and was were always wanting, I had family members that couldn't stand to see her. It wasn't just, you know, and it wasn't just her, it was like the families, the dynamics, all all the friends and everything, it became very difficult. That being said, I had number one, my friend's husband was a pallbearer at the funeral, because we work when my friend walked in holding my hands at the funeral. Wow. And together, we had her walking with us, just to show our support to the community that that we didn't hate her. And I'm like, No, I felt relieved. It seems so silly to say that even when I say it, but I did feel relief, and everybody expected me to be angry. And, and I knew that she absolutely loved my son. I quit. So there was never a question of me being angry because she took my son's life. Yes, I absolutely know that she had a hand in it.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Her actions that day jumping in and backing up without looking, you know, I've done it. No, it was an accident. Travis also had this habit because of his disabilities, he wore braces on his lower legs on his feet. So he had a habit from not being stable of standing to the side or by a bumper of a vehicle. So where does the blame? It just happened? So I didn't have the same, I guess, feeling about the actual accident. Where do I stop with that? Do I I wasn't there. My husband? Was there? Do I blame him? Do I blame other people that were around? At the time, my oldest son, who is only eight at the time, I didn't know. And it's in my book. But I didn't know until I was writing my story in my book, that my oldest son held a whole ton of guilt about not taking Travis with him that day that I was the older brother, I should have taken him with me. Why didn't I take him with me that meet so many people that could you know, blame or take responsibility? And you know, I remember looking at him going you were eight years old? This is not? No,DeeAnne Riendeau:
Isn't that amazing? I just, you know what we don't realize how much weight we carry. We really don't I do want to commend you on your grace, and your ability to honor your friend. I just think that speaks volumes into the quality of your character. Because you know, you are the one that lost the child here. And so I feel for you in that experience from the sense of like that people had to choose sides and that they are always attached it to the accident. But, you know, again, I commend you on the grace that you carried in that and just honoring your friend as well, recognizing that she would also be going through a significant loss in that whole process too. I don't think that we really know how we would be in a certain situation until we actually get there. And so I don't think it's our place to judge anyone in whatever the experiences that they're having. But I can tell you that it is very clear that you have a deep ability to love compassionately for other people. And that I want to just highlight because I want the audience to really feel into that deep compassion, even if they don't understand how you could possibly hold somebody's hand or how you could have that relief, that it was a friend. I think in some ways, I would be relieved to that it was, you know, somebody that I loved that loved my child. So I can, I can understand that. But I think that it just shows such a big quality of forgiveness. And I think we're really missing a lot of that forgiveness piece. in how we move through life, we're really busy looking at blaming ourselves or blaming others. And I think that that forgiveness piece is such a powerful, powerful energy for us to just start leaning into and paying attention to. SoDiane Quartly:
I've thought about it, I've thought about why I felt the way that I did. And I really don't have answers for it. I just know, it was in my character. And it was just in my knowing to not be that person, you know, be that person that that made it. And honestly, I had, I had that my friend and her husband over for supper, about a week after the funeral, I invited them over to our home. And we had a family supper with she had two children as well. And we had a family supper, and I can remember distinctly, her and I sitting on our front porch and just sitting out there and her saying, I know you're going to be angry with me, you're not right now, but it's going to come and I want you to know it's okay. And I remember saying to her, the only thing that's going to make me angry is if you fall apart, or if your family falls apart, because I don't want my maybe selfish part. I don't want my son's name associated with you or your family's demise or falling apart. Yeah, I want that. So, you know, I have thought about that. And I think that that's, you know, very self serving on my own part. I didn't want people to say oh, yeah, their life's terrible. Because, yes, I've been with Travis, I didn't want his name associated with that visit. If you can do anything for me to do anything, get it together, keep it together, and have a good life. Regardless of this, so yeah, I have had that that thought. But it was really easy. I can't say it was a struggle for me not to just be okay with the fact that it was her and I knew that she had to carry that. I do feel for her having to carry that because it's a it's a huge thing to carry. And I'm I respect that she's the one doing it.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah. And she will for the rest of her life, won't she? But you know, you've at least made it a little bit easier for her to carry that.Diane Quartly:
I hope so.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah, absolutely. Well, I'm just so moved by this whole story. And you know, the whole experience of what you went through. So I want to ask you what value what learnings Do you have what what did Travis leave behind for you? That has made your life so much more rich?Diane Quartly:
Oh, so many things. So many things I had, I had a list going on a mental list in my head after he passed. And I said it's so ridiculous. For the first little while it was kind of like a list on one side reasons why he shouldn't have passed. And then on the other side reasons why he did pass through, you know, give me reasons. And I wanted to fill that list to sort of make sense of it, I guess. And this time why the accident happened, the incident happened grew to be so long, there's so many blessings, romance, that it helps and helps. Everyday. We still have travel days we call them it's been 23 years, you know, he was only six years old at the time, he would be 30 Turning 30 this year. So you know, it's a long time but we still have those days but the amount of blessings that have come out of it. Number one, my connection to spirit has got so much stronger and Travis works with me now I am a medium. I work as a professional medium. Now I like to think of myself as an energy interpreter or medium. Just because I like the flow of it and I and I like that the fact that I'm it's more science based. I'm interpreting energy, I'm interpreting the energy that I get. And so that's a huge thing that happened from that is the takeaway that I get to communicate with him all the time. He works with me when I do readings and he certainly worked with me when I wrote the book. He you know I channel hold a lot of stuff from him. And I got to connect with him, you know, in a very physical way, because for me, it is very physical, its vibration, its energy. So I'm still very attracted to him in a physical way. And, again, you know, it's a gift takeaways. There's so many, there's so many just, it gave me closure to so many questions I had as a kid growing up. And it gave me I was always the know it all. And that got me a lot of trouble growing up when not when you see things sort of happen before they happen. Or I would I would sense things before they happen. Not so much that I can verbally say it. But imagine being like on a school board or a hockey board or something and seeing dynamics happen before they actually happen. People would always, you know, say, Oh, you're always Why do you always have to play devil's advocate, you don't know what's going on? And I'm like, have you see what's going on? You know, I would always see negative things or positive things too. But you know, I would speak out against things and I and I understand why people couldn't see it was, I couldn't understand how my husband's great, he would always say, Diane, you don't see things like other people, you have a really strong connection, you can see things ahead. But for me, I've been that way my whole life. So I didn't realize that other people couldn't do that. And it was started really, after Travis death, going and starting to really speak the language of spirit and wanting to speak the language of spirit and wanting to know more about it in a more conscious way. That nice that I was different than a lot of people. I did I did see things differently. I just figured out how to heightened intuition. Like most people don't like having good intuition, you know, it's fine to share that.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah, I was very much the same, you know, where it's like, How come everyone doesn't think like that, like I didn't get it? Like I was like, don't they see that? Don't they think that?Diane Quartly:
It just make no sense? Yeah,DeeAnne Riendeau:
I know. My mom's like, DeeAnne, not everyone thinks the same. Not everyone thinks the same. And that was a big that was a big learning for me too. What can you leave with our audience in terms of like helping them to heal from a loss, whether it's a child or someone that they love deeply? What are some of the things that you think could really help them in, in helping move through some of their grief?Diane Quartly:
I think that it takes time and to know that everybody processes it differently. Everybody's on a different level. And just know, the reason that I do what I do, I love it. I think it's helpful. I think that at the end of the day, when people come to see me, I want to give them enough validation for them to start to open their heart to the possibility that there is life after death. I think just knowing that there's life after death is such a huge relief for people when they're going through grief. Right? Like, and a lot of people when when incidents happen, when people loved ones are taken from us. It sets us on a course of trying to figure it out. There are a lot of people that don't even think spiritually don't even think about their own spirit life, or there's a soul level they don't think about life. They're just trying to get food, shelter, you know, the have a good and a happy life. And they they don't think about this spiritual sense of our lives so much anymore. I think that religion isn't as predominant as it was at one point. And I think we look after our bodies, we look after our minds. But there's this gap where we're not looking after our souls. And, yeah, I think we've got generations now. I feel that we have these generations that are kind of lost, I call them the king dead. Where they just sort of walk through life, and they're they're intuitive. They're making choices, they're guided by spirit, but they're not consciously aware that there is a spiritual guidance system, or that they have a spiritual guidance system. And they're not consciously aware that we're all part of this sort of nested universe. So, you know, and I feel doing this work is helpful at that level. Whenever somebody comes to a reading, I just want to give them enough validation so that they go, Oh,DeeAnne Riendeau:
Exactly. Yeah,Diane Quartly:
And then that opens the door for them to really explore their own connection. You know, and it just gives them comfort knowing that that I that I tried to give them a little bit of comfort like I was given that day. In that, yes, seeing his his spirits, soDeeAnne Riendeau:
It's beautiful.Diane Quartly:
I take that they're like there is life after death. And it's to enjoy your life too. As a parent, there's so many. I know some parents that just crawl into bed and can't even function after the children. Their children want us to be happy. Travis's told me that over and over in our, you know, a little meditative. When I go into meditation and have conversations with him. He says, I just want you to be happy, I want you to be happy. They're rooting for us to be happy. They're a greatest cheerleader, and they're not missing anything. No thing. These see they still care what's going on. They're still involved in your life in our lives. Travis is still here at all the big things he's still reading and cheering us on. He's not missing anything. The only thing we are doing is I miss seeing him see the world.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Right? Yeah,Diane Quartly:
It could be you know, I, when the boys were young, we took them to Disneyland, and my other two sons, and I remember meeting them meeting Mickey Mouse. And, you know, I was sad for a second because I thought, Oh, Trav would love this. And then I heard him say, I'm here. Okay. Epiphany. He's not missing this. I'm just missing seeing him.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Miss it. Yeah, yeah. Thank you. Oh, my gosh, I love that. You said some really powerful things there. And one that I really want to drive home is that our loved ones want us to be happy. And that I think is so important, because I think you're right. I think some people think that they need to suffer through that. And so I think that's powerful. I also love that you said that, you know, we all heal and experience the process of loss differently. So that we're giving each other some permission, there's not a timeline. You know, some people might take years and some people might take months, but remembering that those loved ones want to see us happy. They want to see us enjoying life, and it is okay for us to enjoy life after they're gone. I think thatDiane Quartly:
In fact they I think it's really important. They, they will certainly come and support us when we're feeling down or sad. Or going through that grief period. They will come and support us. But just like anybody, they would rather come to a party.DeeAnne Riendeau:
It's easier to connect with them or vibrating high and in those beautiful energies, it's easier for them to connect with us. They will support us wherever we are on our emotional journey. They'll do that. But they want to come to a party. They want to see us happy for us to enjoy our lives and carry on so that they can be part of that joy. They're not missing it.DeeAnne Riendeau:
I love it.Diane Quartly:
Do you want to walk into a room where people are crying? Or would you rather walk into a roomDeeAnne Riendeau:
Right? ExactlyDiane Quartly:
the time? They're no different? They want you to be happy?DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah, I love it. I you know, I have a friend who was very close a soulmate of mine and he passed and I joke now that we have a better relationship now that he's gone there's no fighting anymore. No.Diane Quartly:
I say that about my boys. I go honestly, I can connect with Travis easy. It's he's here all the time. My other sons who are 31 and 28, from 29. I'm like sometimes they go days without communicate.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Yeah, yesDiane Quartly:
Travis is around all the time. I have a better connection with him sometimes as they go through the motions of life, right?DeeAnne Riendeau:
Oh my gosh, the the blessings that come with realizing there's so much more to this physical world. And that is the invitation for the audience today, you guys reminding you that there is so much more beyond this physical world, and that we do have life everlasting. And Diane, you have been such a gift. Thank you so much for sharing so passionately and sharing your wisdom. You've just got so many takeaways. And one of them that I had written down here too, before I let us wrap up is that you started creating your list of gifts. And so I thought, You know what, what a great idea as well. So for those of you that didn't catch it when she said that, I want to remind you if you're struggling with the loss of somebody, you could also create your list of gifts and allow that to really show you how blessed we are moving us into a deeper space of connection and gratitude. So Diane, you wrote a book. And, and so can you tell us a little bit about the book and how can people reach out to you if they are looking for someone who does mediumship or can help them connect with loved ones, how can they reach you?Diane Quartly:
Okay, so my book is About a Blue Angel. It's you can get it on Amazon Chapters Indigo, it's available and if About Travis's story and my story becoming a medium and how we connected and it's a lot of fun. It's a quick read. So I hope you all enjoy it if you read it as much as I enjoyed making it in one weekend, because I have to say, I started writing the book on a Friday night, and it was done by Sunday. And there was very little editing to do. I just sat down and wrote wrote wrote wrote, and I mean, of course it was my my story and Travis's story. So it was, it was easy to write. But I do know, absolutely, that I was channeling, yes, ration and help from Travis. So that's what made it easy. As far as getting a hold of me, Dianequartly.com. I have different classes, and I do readings, I'm booking into January now. So you'd have to look them up on the calendar into January. But I do you do readings, and I've done group readings and also to workshops and things. I just love teaching about this. I love connecting people and, and just giving a voice to people and letting them know that it doesn't have, you don't have to stay stuck. You want us to. They want us to love they want us to enjoy life. And I take travelers with me on that journey. Every day. My family, we take them on a journey we still have, like I say travel days where we you know, feel sad. And I asked the signs and he gives me signs all the time. We play a lot in spirit. And I'm not a skeptic, I believe in this stuff. But I always want validation. I want the most chance to get it.DeeAnne Riendeau:
We love our validation. I know it. I do too. I do too. Well, there you have it, folks, we're going to be putting those links, those will be in the show notes for you as well. So Diane, thank you so much for blessing us with your presence and your grace. And thank you to Travis as well for blessing us. I could feel him through the whole he's here. I feel him. So thank you to Travis as well. So we will say goodbye until next time.Diane Quartly:
I do have to tell you he just said I love the color of your hair. I don't know why but he loves the color of your hair.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Oh that's so nice. I've got some Gray's coming in so I appreciate it Travis Thank you. It's my natural hair color two just so you know I have not done my hair.Diane Quartly:
He likes the gold and looks gold really gold on the air and he's like pointing at it going to learn love the gold.DeeAnne Riendeau:
Thank you. Oh my gosh, I love it. How fun is that? Oh, brilliant. Thank you so much. And stay tuned. We'll talk to you guys all next time. Bye for now on When Spirit Calls.Diane Quartly: