It probably wasn’t more than a couple of days following Barbara Chavez’s 95th birthday party when I decided that I needed to go to the grocery store and buy some real food. How else am I going to make it to my own 95th birthday party if I don’t take better care of myself? I dragged my grocery cart down the lane of the produce section, stuffing it full of all the veggies that appealed to me. It looked like a grounded rainbow. I stopped and looked at the onions. It was a choice of two different types. Why couldn’t I decide? That’s when I realized that I was being approached by a great acquaintance. I don’t see her all the time but I had seen her at the birthday party. We said good day to one another and that’s when I steered the conversation into deeper waters apparently. I told her that I was trying to decide which onions to choose. She look at me quite seriously and said, “Oh! That’s why I use a pendulum when I buy food!” What! I looked to her hands gracefully holding her wallet and yes… sure enough a most exotic looking pendulum resembling a cross between a Dungeons and Dragons dice and an African artifact. Truthfully, I had never seen such an amazing pendulum before! Doubt you will find one of those beauties at Tribal Weaver Jewelry and Gift Shop, but the application was even more a wonder to me. Understand, this woman is a local doctor of Chiropractic medicine and mentor worthy. And I watched her as she moved along the fruits and vegetables, pulling appropriate questions from within for the purposes of dowsing and satisfactorily gathering the foods that were perfect for her digestion… body… spirit. I told her that I think I am going to blog about this. Could there be something more here? I have worked with pendulums before but not for this particular application. So I did a little research, and found this interesting link that might awaken a new passion in you.