She said she has this "gift" so she can pass the message on to as many people as possible.
"It's life changing to know your actions here do matter and you're never alone. To know your grandmother's watching over you all the time, no matter what you're doing, makes you a better person," said O'Connor.
She'd also like to develop an institute where people can talk about a reading they've experienced, engage in a sort of support group where the grieving process is different because it's coupled with a sense of comfort, connect with others who have the same abilities or learn how to better focus and understand their capabilities. She also wants to someday write a book.
O'Connor has appeared on local television shows, on a radio show in Amsterdam fairly regularly and throughout various media in Texas where she used to live. When she's not busy raising her three children"five, two and six months"she does readings in person, on the phone or in a group. For more information about how to schedule a reading, to read testimonials (including how she helped solve a missing persons case) and to see where she'll be appearing next, visit www.meetthemedium.com.