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A Funny One

 

Here is a funny story - was to me anyway. I use to sell furniture. Hope no one is trying to figure me out because it's a true detail. One night I was at a grocery store and bought a magazine that was expensive, 5 or 6 dollars, that I had never purchased before, recipes. Took it to work the next day and drooled over the desserts with the other women.

That night, greeted a customer. This couple walked inside the door, barely, a few feet and looked embarrassed. I thanked them for stopping by and asked if I could help them. The husband said, No, not sure why we had even stopped. They were looking for an odd thing. I plopped down on the sofa in front, looked at them, and giggled. Told them I liked a challenge.

Well, the husband said they were looking for a ceramic dish, a cherry pie dish that looked like a cherry pie on top for a relative. They had gone to all the department stores and decided to stop at the furniture store, but knew we didn't sell dishes. I told them I had seen them for sale at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but not this time of year. Then I said that I had seen one recently, somewhere. Struggled to remember. Then I told them to wait and went to my cubicle and got the recipe magazine and flipped through the pages. There it was with a toll-free number for fast orders. They studied it and nodded. Went to tear the page out. He had his hand out, but the wife said, no, just to tell her where to buy it so it wouldn't damage my magazine. I tore the page out and told them that it so funny that it worth the damage.

Looked back at the guy waiting at the desk for the next customer. He was bent over double laughing. It was pretty funny. Laughter is good.

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GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-09)
Edmund - I don't expect answers. But, writing here, I feel on the verge of the next step, and writing here to concentrate and avoid it. Going back to when I was 2 years old, I'm not sure what that next step entails. I've pretty much been amazed this past year. I'm a little scared actually, a new feeling for me. Humbling. Reincarnation - with my strict upbringing, it was out of the question. Always, like voyaging, I understood it before I heard the term.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-09)
I'm such a ditz! Very sorry. I need to have my reading glasses on, and apologize. I really don't mean to sound like a smart alec. I'm just confused and trying to find answers. Oddly, I never thought of myself as a questioner because I'm pretty open minded and easy going (bored maybe a little). But, lately was told staight out I do it a lot. Many things are new to me right now. I do appreciate your posts.
lrkmedium101 (7 stories) (105 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-09)
GlendaSC its not Irk its Lrk lol just for a heads up... For future notice... I just used a lower case l

❤ leah
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-09)
hmmmm Irk. At the time, several of my co-workers started hummming the theme to The Twilight Zone so it seemed a little psychic to me. I like humor. Seeing ghosts and stuff, I can't prove. Things that happen in ordinary life which are unexplainable seem more concrete to me when they happen over and over. In the end, I only have to prove myself to myself.
lrkmedium101 (7 stories) (105 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-07)
Its not even psychic... Or about anything involving psychic experiences... This is what the site is about (psychic/medium experience)! 😲
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-07-05)
Thanks flutter. My husband scratched his head day before yesterday. He probably does it more without me noticing. It just happens. Glad to know it happens to others too.
Flutterofwings (28 stories) (257 posts)
 
15 years ago (2008-04-09)
[at] GlendaSC,missed this one. I went to the post office yesterday. A guy was walking in front of me, he stopped I almost ran into him. I said to him" You forgot the bills on the counter near the sink, guess you have to go back and get them". He lookes at me, scratches his head and says to me " How did you know they were there? That is where I sat them down at". I told him it was a lucky guess. People don't like it, when you can read their minds.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
15 years ago (2008-03-26)
saar8 - When I read them, I went wow - I do that too and have for years! Have had people come right out and ask me why I sell furniture, always. I tell them to relax. It feels helpful and normal and like a surprise. Loved both books. Makes me wonder about the author. I would love to ask if he flies.
saar8 (1 stories) (5 posts)
 
15 years ago (2008-03-11)
This reminds me of a Koontz book (either Odd Thomas or Forever Odd, I forget which) in which Odd, the main character of the novel, describes his "psychic magnetism" and "reverse psychic magnetism," abilities that guided him to others and vice versa.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
15 years ago (2008-01-20)
ty Strangeluck. Sorry Abood if not clear. I worked in a store that sold no dishes. A couple needed a very particular dish and couldn't find it anywhere, but the night before had purchased a magazine that had one. I brought it to work and they stopped, feeling silly, and told me what they were looking for so I gave them the page from my magazine that I had taken to work that day. I think they were sensitive and searching, even if they didn't know it. And I was sensitive and picked up on their need. It was pretty funny at the time though.
Strangeluck (4 stories) (6 posts)
 
15 years ago (2008-01-20)
I like that story its funny! Maybe you knew that someone would need info from that recipe magazine and that's why you picked it out. 😊
abood (guest)
+1
15 years ago (2008-01-20)
i read your story over and over again, like 100 times and I still don't get it =P

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