I am currently writing a story called Light Versus Darkness and I plan on publishing it soon. In my story, it's my character's birthday. June 3rd. That's my birthday in real life too. So anyway, my character wakes up on June 3rd. The weird freaky similarity is that in my story it's the last day of school on June 3rd.
I started writing this story a couple months ago, in fact, I started the story before I started realizing the psychic experiences in my life. What I was saying was, I started this story months before I realized one creepy thing. In real life, because of snow days, my school is going to be let out on June 3rd. That has never happened before in my 7 years of schooling.
This sounds really stupid, but I'm really excited for my birthday for two main reasons. One- I'm going to have a sleep over and I almost have it planned. Two- Maybe, just maybe, some of the events from my story might play out in real life the way they did in my story. Yeah yeah, that sounds like I'm mental. Shut up.
Another thing I may as well mention while I'm writing this is something that happened at my dad's log yard two days ago.
My dad was driving his loader and he had this one white semi-truck cab that was about 8 X 6. It weighed one ton. Literally two-thousand pounds. He was trying to flip it over and I don't know why. =)
He started to flip it over and succeeded. It tipped until it was nearly at a 40 degree angle. Without thinking I pointed this staff/stick thing that I found on the ground at it, and it stopped tilting. It just sat there on it's end, tilted at an angle that defied the laws of gravity and physics. Yay for me! Did I do that?
Another thing (again) I wanted to say was that I had more success on aerokinesis. Aerokinesis is now my specialty. When I say this, I may sound like an over-excited kid, but I can't help it.
I was trying to show off for my friend Eli, whom I mentioned in one of my other stories, by creating a breeze in a confined area (my school bus). I can't do it! How do I do it? If I can create a breeze/wind outside, why shouldn't I be able to create a breeze inside somewhere. It might have to do with the amount of oxygen, or how dense the air is, but we can worry about that crap later.
PLEASE PLEASE HELP. I really want to show Eli that I'm telling the truth about aerokinesis.
If somebody knows the trick, then please help me, comment, or email me at jibblesnobs (at) gmail.com.
Yes, that's my real email address. I understand if you don't believe me, and I wouldn't believe a guy with a crazy email address like mine either.=)
Again please help.