Woman to talk on intuitive abilities gained from near-death-experience after sustaining severe injuries

In 1983, Jessica Haynes was in a car accident and severely injured with her face crushed, multiple back fractures, feet shattered and more. She says she looked grotesque, and prognosis was very grim. She made a fast, miraculous recovery which she attributes to the near-death-experience (NDE) she experienced.  From the NDE,  she learned ways to create a better, more meaningful life.  She’ll be talking about what she learned, how to create a better life now, and give hope, joy and understanding of the beauty of life so that you can face it, and death, without fear.  She says she has fun stories to share and will take questions from the audience.  Jessica has shared her story for over 20 years including to fortune 500 companies.

Date:   Saturday, 12/11/10, 1pm-4pm

Where:    Unity of Tustin, 14402 Prospect Ave., Tustin, CA 92780.  Drive to the rear of the church and park. The talk will be in the first classroom you come to on your right.

Fee:       There’s a $10 donation requested, however, no one will be turned away due to lack of money.

Anyone who’d like to can join this small group for a no-host dinner at nearby Mimi’s Restaurant afterwards to continue the discussion or talk about anything else.  There’s always lots of laughing, good conversation, or just good listening opportunity.

Revealing my wonderful handyman

Daniel, the handyman

Don't let him kid you. His hair is all gray!

Yes, I love to share resources – that’s apparent from this blog.  But I was worried about sharing info about my handyman, Daniel, a licensed contractor, because I had visions of having to wait weeks for him to be available.  Can you blame me?  He’s on time, has fixed every problem I’ve handed him, he’s organized and neat when he works, and his hourly rates are extremely reasonable.

On the personal side, he’s a family man, somewhat urbane, quiet, gentle and kind. My two little dogs took to him instantly and kept trying to sit in his lap when he was working.  Spanish is his native language, and his English could stand improvement, but somehow, all gets communicated and the job gets done just fine.

He works all of south OC, Mondays through Saturdays.  Here’s a quick list of work he does:

Plumbing (doesn’t install water heaters)


Painting (no more than one room at a time)+ touch up jobs

Carpentry (small jobs, no flooring)

Installs shelving

Repairs tile, walls, doors, shower doors, window and sliding glass door frames, gates, patio covers, water damage to bathroom and kitchen cabinet doors.

Installs lights, fans

and if it’s not listed here, ask him!

Daniel Tena, Ant Tena Handyman, Contractor’s License #953341

Cell ph:  949-485-8458 , Home ph:  949-365-1085