Roza Dimitrova About Baba Vanga
Baba Vanga was very happy when people were coming to visit because of her – to ask her how is she, what problems she has, etc. Hundreds of people were coming each day, just to ask about their personal problems and health issues. Besides her extraordinary skills, Baba Vanga was an ordinary person like the rest of us who was happy when there was attention around her. For so many years, she gave so much to thousands of people, yet very few were the people that came to personally help her, hear her out what she needs, or what difficulties she is facing. She really needed this human presence around her, in her otherwise lonely world.
Outside of her phenomenal lifestyle, Baba Vanga lived a very simple life. She loved to get together with her friends, to socialize, to be a good housewife that was very strict about cleanness and order, and to be a dedicated mother of her two adopted children. It is wrongly perceived by some people that Baba Vanga was ascetic. On the contrary she loved to live – she liked to dress well, liked to eat different foods, she liked to have a sip of Anis and whiskey, and she was a good singer and dancer.
Baba Vanga was proverbial with her cleanness. She didn’t let anybody to come inside her house with his shoes on. If someone did that, she always sensed it and yelled at him that he/she should go out immediately.