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Accidental Lark

Now, here's a funny, no, creepy thing. Our local post office is closing again so I had to drive over to Llanwit Major to post some parcels. But I had a funny premonition about being involved in an accident. I put it behind me and was very careful. I slowed down for cyclists; I stopped for horses; I went very slowly and I arrived safely and parked. Then reversing out of the parking space a man backed his car into me - bang!
No dents and only a scratch to the paintwork; he admitted it was his fault - but the small scratch to the car (5 years old) wasn't worth getting exercised about. We parted friends. But there was my accident. How did I know it was going to happen? Uncanny! But I can often sense things like this. Anyone else have a similar experience?

Posted at 14th Sep 2017 - 06:31PM   Posted by Fennie   Accidental Lark Comments: 7

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Inthemud's Avatar That is strange, but is sort of thing that happens to my husband. He has premonitions and often things do happen.
Always good to listen to one's sixth sense.

Posted by: Inthemud on 14th Sep 2017 at 06:36PM

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Withy Brook's Avatar Do you have any Scottish blood? My Scottish great grandmother had premonitions. One saved my grandmothers life!

Posted by: Withy Brook on 14th Sep 2017 at 08:50PM

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Faith's Avatar That is so weird Fennie because.... well do you remember when I wrote my little red Ka off a couple of years ago? It was early morning and I was going to collect my grand-daughter so my daughter could go to work. As I approached a small roundabout I thought I am going to have an accident but I went round it safely, drove down the road and within about 3 minutes of having the thought I had crashed into the back of a car that had stopped to turn right. All totally my fault - so why wasn't I being more careful after I had the thought. Weird but true - like yours.

Posted by: Faith on 14th Sep 2017 at 09:09PM

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Fennie's Avatar One of my grandparents was English, Withy, one was Irish and two Scottish and I was born in Edinburgh. So I guess you could say, 'yes.'

Posted by: Fennie on 14th Sep 2017 at 11:17PM

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Fairy Nuff's Avatar It's in the Scottish blood Fennie... and probably the Irish too, we're all a bit wyrd. Very Happy

Posted by: Fairy Nuff on 15th Sep 2017 at 10:16AM

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Camilla's Avatar Gosh Withy on your Grandmother it's wonderful that she had this premonition that something serious was going to happen so she decided not to go with her instincts and it saved her life.

Posted by: Camilla on 15th Sep 2017 at 11:49AM

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KitKatCot's Avatar My Mother had premonitions and so many came true that we called her 'The Old Witch' in a loving way, of course.

Himself says that I am the same. We plan something then I get second thoughts, and there is always a reason why my second thoughts were well founded.

For only one example, we booked a holiday which involved a lot of driving. After a while I became concerned about the driving. Himself said 'it's fine, no trouble for both of us taking turns' I cancelled the holiday at some cost.

A week before we would have been due to go on holiday, I suffered a spasm in my left eye which left me with double vision and unable to drive for some weeks.

I have many more examples, so much so that Himself now calls me 'The Old Witch'.

Posted by: KitKatCot on 15th Sep 2017 at 03:51PM

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