Meet Nicole Marie-Loretta Leonard. The North Carolina woman was driving through South Carolina this week when she decided to join a funeral. Didn’t know the deceased. Didn’t know anyone at the church. But that didn’t stop her from putting on a little show. The talented Miss Leonard danced for the mourners, waved her magic wand over the casket then tapped the deceased in the head with it, before throwing flowers from the funereal arrangements at the deceased’s gathered loved ones.
Yes, you read that correctly. She danced around with her magic wand and threw flowers at the congregation. The dead man’s family members were not impressed with her live interpretation of a Fractured Fairy Tale and called the police. Ms. Leonard defended her actions, telling officers that it “felt like the right thing to do at the time.”
Maybe she is right. I guaran-damn-tee that everyone in that church forgot, at least for a few minutes, about their heartache. She can bring her wand and her tutu to my funeral, but she will have to leave whatever drugs she is on at the door, because I have a family member or two that might fight her for them.
Here is some info. from her massage therapy webpage:
“My private office is tucked away in a serene valley surrounded by an amazing mountain-scape. My loving energy and slow flowing technique provide a truly outstanding relaxation massage. Years ago, I began personal training with a medical doctor who specialized in the treatment of Fibromyalgia. For the next few years I used my knowledge and ability to help those around me by offering free massage therapy on an unprofessional level. Recently, I graduated from The Center For Massage and Natural Health in Weaverville, NC. My massages are affordable and effective. “