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Just A Flash... But Too Late


Recently, I was out with some friends at a local coffee place. We were having a really good time talking and laughing a lot as we usually do. We got up and left but stopped again outside in fits of laughter over something that was said. My sister-in-law and I walked toward the parking lot still laughing. I said something that made her laugh harder and she said to me, "You should be in advertising or something". I repeated what she said to myself and in the second that followed a feeling in my head said, "Be careful! Don't fall!" Before I could even turn my head to look at her I heard her cup hit the ground because she had just tripped off of the curb. It was a remarkable experience, although it was really too bad that I didn't have time to actually warn her but she wasn't hurt, thank goodness.

This isn't the first time this has happened, but this is the first time it was so clear. I've had some dreams, one that was very clear. I had a friend I had not seen or spoken to it a while. In this dream I saw her in a street festival in the town where we used to live. I approached her but she was so sad. She would barely look at me and she was very distant. She seemed ashamed, or withdrawn because of something. I talked to her a few days later and told her about the dream. She told me about some very personal problems she had been having that caused her to feel very sad and ashamed and to become withdrawn from her circle of friends.

So, yesterday I decided to check out the on-line psychic tests. I have discovered I have less psychic ability than a zucchini. What's up with that?

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October (3 stories) (14 posts)
15 years ago (2008-08-14)
I don't like online psychic tests that much either- because it makes me feel pressured to get something right, and I usually end up getting everything wrong even though I know I do have ability somewhere.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-08-12)
Sometimes I don't mind tests, but mostly I'm tired of them. In college, tests were a headache that seemed slightly silly. Perhaps they energy away from seeing stuff. I once had a professor tell he that he'd finally got me and I'd missed one, then he looked and realized that he had marked the key wrong for the computer grader. It was one of my stronger subjects, and I didn't like the attention. I don't like tests really. I do think that paying attention is good. You can't help everyone so accept it, but if you see something that seems nagging, you might want to warn them. I'm no genius, didn't mean to imply that, but we all get zoned at times.

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