I am Zelda Vladamire and I am also called Zelda the Gypsy.
I grow up in Romania with my mother and father and seven brothers and sisters. We travel around in a wagon in many countries, but I tire from it all. So I find a circus to join. I love the smells and sounds of the circus. I love to smell the dung from the work horses when I wake up in the morning and smell the coffee pot.
I love the smells of the mutton cooking on the fires and hear the rain on my tent at night. I try the tight rope with Yuri Malecki and I think I am better, but, no, they wish for me to read hands. So that is what I do.
When I was 4 or 5, my father teach me how to read the hands and I learned so well I do to make money. So when I join circus I read hands.
Hands very important and the lines they can tell much. How they travel and they can say much about the past and the future. The hands of a man are different from the hands of a woman, too. I do both.
I love to have the animals with me, and, yes, cats because they are so many personalities and they help to keep the rats down. So when I see what you do here on this island of cats it is very good. You take care of them and they take care of you.
Yes, I am happy to tell people who are here about their hands and what I know to see if I can help. You come for my readings at my friend’s antique shop it is Roxy’s Antiques on Ocracoke here on this island to begin on Friday in October 23 at 5 o’clock and we go to 8. I will wear my special cat mask. We will have good wine and cheese. Too, and I will read your hands for $5 each and we give all the money to the Ocracats.
We will have fun! Please come all you people of Ocracoke you are so friendly and thank you!
Zelda the Gypsy