You ever think of something that would be a laugh if it ACTUALLY happened, and then not long after that, it kind of does? Like you just projected into the ether of the Universe and it comes back to you?
Well, I’m pretty sure I just experienced that today when I had finished work and made a quick trip into town. Let me lay it out.
My thought was that of someone I knew from Auckland to randomly (and I do mean RANDOMLY) be down in Gisborne, knows where I’m working and just comes and says “Hey, what’s up?” or whatever. I literally thought this just a few days ago. Wednesday, I think.
Anywho, I didn’t think much more of it, until I was in town at the local book store – I was checking to see if one of the books I ordered was in, and it was! Anyway, while I was at the counter, I happened to turn around and I had to do a double-take. Someone I went to Uni with, and whose daughter I went to High school with WAS IN THE SHOP!
At first I thought, “Nah! Must just be a look-a-like” or something. So, just to see either way, I said “Why Hello.” (or something to that effect) she looked up and lo-behold it was who I thought it was. We spoke for a bit – about when I moved down, why she was in town, my previous work, etc. And it was so lovely just to see someone I knew prior to moving to Gisborne.
It wasn’t till I was driving home that I thought that maybe, just MAYBE, I had somehow influenced that happening somehow. Could I have sent it out and it came back to me this way? Am I in some way a wee bit PSYCHIC? I doubt it, but a book I am currently reading says that some people may have a bit of a sixth sense, can talk to or even see spirits, so who knows.
On another quick note, I sometimes have had some dreams years ago and then somehow… they happen to me EXACTLY as they did in the dream years before. And when that has happened, I feel like I’m experiencing deja-vu. It’s weird. I even momentarily stop and back-track on what the hell just went down…
But anyway, it sort of made my day seeing someone I had not actually seen in almost a year. I was smiling all the way home after that, and still am as I finish writing this up.
Until next time.