This is me, Leta, and my Mustang heartthrob, Bella.

This is me, Leta, and my Mustang heartthrob, Bella.

“A Day in the Life” is an up close and personal look at what it’s like to be an animal communicator — not your typical profession! Every day is different, and every communication is too . . . but it’s never boring! Sometimes taking a break from all the chatter is a good thing,  so all kinds of other things are mixed in here too, for informational purposes as well as just for fun.

If you’d like to contact me, or would like a consultation with your animal, please visit my website at www.herbsandanimals.com. Contact information is there, and on the ‘Consultations’ page you will find everything you need to know about how to set up a consult.

And if you’d like to better understand animal communication, or start learning how to do it yourself please check out my book, Learn How to Talk to Animals — A Practical Guide for a Magical Journey, which you can order through Amazon.

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you enjoy reading the posts, will add comments, and will come back to visit often!

18 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    I love your site. Keep it up !

  2. 2

    Thank you! I sure plan to. Leta

  3. 3

    Diane Samsel said,

    Hi Leta,
    I love your website! Great hearing from you. How’s life in New Mexico?

  4. 5

    Kathie Redmond said,

    I’m loving this Leta….Claude visited too….I relate to so much that you are talking about…you would love my Tigerlily…gotta practice talking to her 🙂

  5. 7

    Norma Morris(Cert Couns) said,

    Great to find such an inspirational website and influenced by some great people..thank u for the lead to this Julielines..Hav a great day all x x

  6. 9

    Kyla Duffy said,

    Hi Leta,
    Sorry for posting here, but I didn’t know how else to contact you. I thought you might be interested in a project I’m working on that features adopted dogs.
    I’m raising awareness about puppy mills and supporting dog rescue groups by publishing breed-specific books full of stories about adopted dogs. The books give proud owners of adopted dogs a chance to showcase them, raise awareness about dog adoption and breed characteristics, and generate funding for dog rescue through the donation of a portion of each sale.

    We’ve now completed “Lost Souls: Found!” books on Boston Terriers, Golden Retrievers, Dachshunds, Labradors, and Pit Bulls. We have also published a very special memoir of a Hollywood Studio Wrangler who has worked on set with adopted dogs entitled “Hollywood Barks!”

    These thought-provoking books are a great gift for dog lovers or for that person that might need to be educated about rescue. Additionally, in 2010 we intend to publish books on German Shepherd Dogs, Boxers, Beagles, Rottweilers, Australian Shepherds, Basset Hounds, Yorkies, Huskies, and Schnauzers. Is there anything you can do to help us spread the word that the books are available, and that we are looking for stories from people about their adopted dogs? More information and book previews can be found at http://happytailsbooks.com/media.htm.

    Thank you,

    • 10

      Hi Kyla,

      Thanks for contacting me! I’m sorry for the delay in responding but have just posted about your project on my blog today (January 2). It’ll be up for a couple of days, and I hope it brings in a few stories for you. All the best in your efforts — yours is a great idea for raising awareness, and the ever-needed funds, for our wonderful rescue organizations. Good luck!!!


  7. 11

    Andrea Dixon said,

    Hi, I’m hoping you can help me. My best friend, Sushi passed on the 12th of this month. He was hit by a car. I know he will come back to me through reincarnation, but I would like to know when.
    I keep having “coincidences” with the number 12. I think he may be saying to look for him in 12 weeks.
    I understand if you’re unable to help, but I thought I would try.
    Thank you for your work and this blog.
    It has already helped me tremendously.

    • 12

      Hi Andrea,

      I am so sorry about Sushi. My heart goes out to you. It is so, so difficult when we lose our beloved animal friends. I’m sure you are right that he will come back to you. Knowing exactly when and how is always a big question mark, but the main thing is to trust your intuition and “follow your nose” in doing your part to be reunited — and be extra vigilant around that 12 week mark. Another thing to keep in mind is that Sushi may come back in a different form, so open your mind and be ready for anything. And if you decide you would like an actual animal communication session with me, just go to the consultations page on my website and it will tell you how to go about setting one up. The website is http://www.herbsandanimals.com. Thanks for writing, and many blessings to you and Sushi. Leta

  8. 13

    Patti Black said,

    Hi my name is Patti and i am the daughter of Pat Black. My mother has two oils that Sue Hertel gave to my mom for a horse my mother sold to Sue in 1962. we grew on Bluebird Hill in Glendora, Ca. They lived right behind us and my parents were very close to Sue and Carl. We had 12 children in our family and I used to play with Paula and Joshua, the twins. i do recall a brother Morgan also and an older sister Claire. Anyways, my mother is beginning to liguidate a lot of her art and asked me if i could get in touch with you about seeing if you would be interested in buying one of the oils. She is planning on going to New Mexico in the spring and would like to see if she can meet with you and bring her paintings to see if you would be interested in taking a look at them??

    Thank you
    Patti Black

    • 14

      Hi Patti,
      Thanks for your email/comment. I would love to be in personal touch about all this and will email you separately to work out details. I will also let Clare know, who is a dear friend and lives nearby in Santa Fe. Eager to talk! Leta

  9. 15

    Julie Lines said,

    Hey Leta, just wanted to connect to say, YOU ARE AMAZING! Sometimes we forget what wonderful work we are doing and I just wanted to remind you! Blessing and love to you. Julie XXX

  10. 17

    M. Danko said,

    Love your site and information about Susan Hertel! I thought you might be interested in my blog which features many of Susan Hertel’s bank mural art/mosaics in Southern California. Best regards.

    • 18

      Thank you so much, and I will definitely check out your site. Someone else just sent me an article on one of Susan’s bank mosaics that will be protected and cleaned up soon (a Wells Fargo site, I believe — with birds flying — beautiful). I will send your link to my friend Clare Hertel too, one of Susan’s daughters. Thanks again!

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