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Please Don't Take The Motorcycle


One weekend during the summer of 2009, my boyfriend told me he and his oldest son were going for a weekend ride on their motorcycles. As soon as he told me this, I got a really bad feeling. The kind of bad feeling that just wouldn't go away.

My boyfriend knows my personality really well, LOL. When something bothers me, I just have to get it out. I told him then that I didn't want him to take the bike. He asked me why and I told him I had a bad feeling about it. He gave me the speech about him being safe and all that stuff that I already knew, which didn't make me feel one bit better.

The whole week before they were to leave, this feeling kept getting worse. It was like a weight hanging over my shoulders. I couldn't shake the feeling at all. It got to the point where it was making me ill. I was nervous, my insides were in knots. Each time we talked about them going, I tried to convince him to take the truck instead of the bikes. Nothing I had to say changed his mind. It wasn't the first long ride they'd gone on, so why was it upsetting me this time?

Finally, I broke down and told him that I knew something was going to go wrong. He was going to wreck the motorcycle. I just KNEW it. I couldn't explain it, I just FELT it. He told me he would be fine. I kept trying to convince him that something bad was going to happen; he kept trying to convince me he would be fine.

The Friday afternoon they were leaving, I met him at lunchtime to tell him bye. I was in tears. I literally begged him not to go. I pleaded, tears rolling down my face while we were saying goodbye. I didn't want him to go. I just knew something bad was going to happen. He kissed me, smiled, told me he'd be okay, he loved me and would see me Sunday night. I sucked it up, smiled a teary smile and told him to please, please be careful and that I loved him and would see him Sunday night.

As he drove off, I sat in my truck trying to breathe. I was so hysterical I was at the point of hyperventilating. My hands were shaking and my heart was racing so hard I thought I was going to have a heart attack. I finally sat there long enough to calm myself so that I could safely drive back to work.

I talked to him Friday night and Saturday afternoon, so I knew everything was okay. Sunday evening when he called, I told him I'd just see him Monday. I knew he'd just gotten back and he was worn out. It was a very long ride and he was tired. I could hear it in his voice. We didn't talk but a few minutes, just enough for me to know he made it home okay.

When he called Monday morning, he told me he wrecked his bike an hour from home Sunday night. He hit loose gravel on one of the ramps and laid the bike on its side. My heart fell. I couldn't feel anything. My bones were liquid. Even though I KNEW he was going to wreck, to have him tell me it actually happened, absolutely freaked me out. Tears rolling down my face, my throat clogged, I managed to ask him how badly he was hurt. After he told me it could have been so much worse than it was, and told me where and how he was hurt, he told me the bike actually had more damage than he did. He was able to drive it home, but it definitely needed some TLC.

Now, whenever I tell him something worries me or I'm concerned, scared, whatever, he listens and takes it to heart. Maybe my fear for his safety is what kept the accident from being worse than it was. He's a very safe driver and rides the bike for pleasure not for the thrill. He said he wasn't going very fast on the ramp, and I believe him. I really don't care what kept him safe, whether he was overly cautious because of my fears, or if it was just his Angel riding close that day. Whatever the reason, I'm glad it turned out the way it did. I was afraid he wouldn't make it back home.

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Miracles51031 (2 stories) (26 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-29)
Daz, all I kept "seeing" was him being ran over by a semi. I knew he was going to wreck the bike and I knew he was going to get ran over. Even though he may have thought I was completely out of my mind 😆, the fact that he's still alive today makes my craziness easy to live with. Thank you!
aussiedaz (2 stories) (37 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-29)
I think Marjie the fact that you told him about your precognition may have helped him be that little more alert, when a split second can mean life and death... That split second in his favor may be attributed to your concerns... Thanks for sharing another good story Marjie take care.

Daz ❤
Miracles51031 (2 stories) (26 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-20)
Cosmogal, I think this story just got buried in the controversy going on 😆. People just seem to like the other stuff better I think!

Anyway, thanks for reading and commenting. Thank God David doesn't think I'm a complete lunatic 😆. Lots of men would. I'm lucky. I think you are too.
cosmogal926 (3 stories) (73 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-20)
Miracles, Uggh how did I miss this? Well you know I agree with DC and Granny 😉 I think your warnings were fresh in his mind and made him be extra careful. Thank God he wasn't seriously hurt. Why does it always take a metphoric brick to the head to make our significant others LISTEN!? LOL 😆 I know and understand those feelings all too well. I have warned Pat so many times about some of his so called friends and he has always come back to me at some point to tell me I was right. I try not to give the "I told you so" speach either. The fact that he comes and tells me I was right is good enough. 😁
Miracles51031 (2 stories) (26 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-19)
Granny, pretty bad that it takes a motorcycle falling on him to get him to listen to me 😆. Seriously though, I think he must have believed me just a little that time too.

The "gut" feelings are the hardest to explain to make someone to understand WHY.

When you knew it was the last time you'd see your Grandma alive, did it make your visit more special or just harder?
zzsgranny (2 stories) (40 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-19)
Miracles: Maybe next time he'll listen! LOL...I'm glad he wasn't injured, and I also think it was your warning that made him more cautious...

I know that "gut" feeling too... Like the last time I visited my Grandma, I knew it was the last time I'd see her alive...That's just one example, but there's been so many I've lost count! 😆...

DC: I think you're right about the uber-slam, too... My husband KIND OF believes me when I give him the "my gut says" stuff... It took a few times, but he doesn't like to hear "I told you so"! 😆...He's just a knuclehead sometimes...

Great account Miracles, keep 'em coming! ❤
Miracles51031 (2 stories) (26 posts)
13 years ago (2011-01-19)
Thanks, DC. You understand perfectly what I was getting at. And thank God, so does he 😆. Even when he thinks I might just be a touch paranoid, he's always remembering my "be careful" or "something just doesn't feel right."

For a long time, it still made me sick to think about what could have happened if he hadn't taken me seriously or if I hadn't told him how I felt. I guess if he was a different man, it might have ended differently. But he knows of my "gifts" and he's never questioned me. He accepts me for who I am. I'm blessed ❤.

Thanks, DC!
DCinAZ (guest)
13 years ago (2011-01-19)
YES! I know exactly what that feeling is, right in the gut and just behind the eyes. No pictures, just absolute certainty of the danger ahead if that path is followed.
I honestly don't know or care what it's called. I only know that every time someone goes against it, something bad happens. I also believe that each time someone ignores it and goes ahead with their plans, then something goes wrong BUT it seems like a small thing, therefore what was the big deal (?).
When they experience that 'feeling" the next time, continue with their plans, another 'little' thing happens, etc...
I think these are the people that end up finally having some BIG thing finally hit them. It's like they've built up so much negative Karma from ignoring their own warnings that they finally get uber-slammed for it.
And I believe your warning him kept him safe this time, he was more cautious than normal because of it, thank goodness. But, I still believe you only get so many chances, so don't waste a one. ❤ 😊

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