Odd Occurrence #1: This past weekend, I was visiting friends in Logan and one friend had a photo album with pictures from when she was in high school. I found pictures of myself in them, one picture was from a dance I attended with my boyfriend, the first love of my life. I got kind of sentimental thinking about him and "the good 'ol days". Then, as it usually happens when you think about someone you haven't seen for awhile, I saw this guy's parents, who I hadn't see in ages. Okay, I know that's not how it's suppose to happen, but it's what happened this time. His mom showed me pictures of my ex and his brand-new baby girl (one week). He looked as goofy and as good-looking as I always thought he was back in the day. While she showed me pictures, his dad caught me up with what's been happening in K's life. Just before they left, she patted my hand and said, "You know, we always expected him to marry you and I was so glad because we liked you so much." Ouch. Nice, but ouch!
Odd Occurrence(s) #2: This has happened all week, so at what point does it cease to be "odd" and become "routine"? Anyhoo, my cell phone is set to go off three times in the morning; 7:10, 7:20, and 7:30. The first two are to drag me out of a deep sleep and the third is to get my behind out of bed. Doesn't always work, but it's a pretty good system in general. Well, every day this week, at exactly the same time as the third alarm, the sun rises above the mountains and shines directly on me through my east-facing window. It's like a double whammy: sun and alarm. The sun must currently be at the perfect angle to achieve this feat, so I'm expecting it to stop happening any day now. I only hope that it rises above the mountains after 7:30, not before.
Side note: I love my bedroom because of the light its two large windows let in. Currently, at night, my south-facing window allows beautiful moonbeams to fall on my bed and it's glorious. *sigh*
Odd Occurrence #3: This is my favorite. Teehee. Tuesday evening, after a long day, I returned home and climbed up the flight of stairs to my condo. As I did so, I got a perfect view into the bedroom of the house across the fence. It's been empty lately, so I was a bit surprised to see a man who had just finished removing all his clothes! Honestly, I didn't mean to look, it was just in front of me! And, because it took a second or so for my brain to register what I was seeing, I got a healthy look. *blush*
I love it when life throws little curve balls at me. Nothing too life-changing, just things that make me go "hmm" or "teehee" or even *blush*.