This might not sound like a very big deal, but I think it's kind of strange. Today, I had a volleyball and I was kicking it (I pack a really hard kick) and I hit the ceiling and it bounced off the wall and hit this girl (let's call her Katie) in the back. Now, Katie and I don't really have a good relationship--oh, who am I kidding? The girl hates me. She was sitting by the bleachers (we were in the gym, of course) and I was by the basketball hoop and three other boys were there shooting hoops with the basketballs. Katie was absolutely furious at me, so she asked one of the guys (we'll call him Eddy) for his basket ball, and he gave it to her. She took it and stood up and tried to throw it at me. I had begun turning around with my volleyball because I honestly didn't want to deal with her crap and the crap she always says about me, but Katie through the ball. I didn't even know she'd thrown it, but I'd instinctively dodged it. So yay for me being awesome at dodging!
But that wasn't the only time. I can remember another time where the whole class was playing with basketballs and I had a volleyball and I was standing in the middle of the hoops where some guys were playing basketball and I moved my head for really no reason and a basketball like went right passed my head. If I hadn't moved my head, I would've been hit.
So yeah. I rarely ever get hit because I seem to move at the right times without knowing it. Like with this morning's incident (she tried to hit me more than once) she tried to throw the ball at me again but before she even through it I put my hand up and I blocked the ball.
So you think there's something with that? Like maybe intuition or something? It be kind of awesome to know how I'm always able to avoid injury this way.