Mediumship sessions almost always unfold in surprising ways. I never know who is going to show up, in what order, or what they'll want to talk about. Although I can't guarantee that a specific person will come through during a session, they usually show up. My aim is always to provide undeniable personal proof of your loved one's identity and the eternal nature of consciousness while facilitating your connection.
Before your session, I strongly suggest making a chart with the months of the year down one column and the names of all your family members and close friends, dead or alive, listed next to their corresponding month of birth and/or death. That means that the people who have passed will be on your list twice. People's months of birth or death are the universal way that dead people reference and explain who they are, or who they are talking about. This process itself can be healing and enjoyable, especially if done with close family or friends.
It's a little airy fairy I know, but it's how the process, works, no matter how I feel about it, and it is just a starting point. Sometimes it doesn't come up at all. Mediumship is sort of like playing inter-dimensional charades and some things, like names, can be difficult to translate from energy into words. Figuring out who's talking, or who is being referenced, through identifying facts is the first step of the process, so feel free to jot down any notes, identifying events, characteristics, or questions for each of the people on your list. If you have a chart ready, it makes figuring out who's speaking or who someone on the other side is referring to much easier and faster. Try and have your list on hand during your reading, it really helps with the very common tendency to freeze up or go blank when I ask a question. Trust me when I say it saves time and makes things go a lot smoother. I can't tell you the number of times people have called me after a reading to tell me that they've figured out what a piece of information means and they can't believe they didn't put it together in the moment.