I wonder how many times we slip between alternate realities and convince ourselves we are mistaken about the differences
Posted By: MrFusion
Date: Thursday, 17-Jul-2014 13:10:53
I think we usually don't slip very far between parallel worlds, and that is why it is so difficult to be sure it even happened.
I have this linen Hawaiian shirt I like. A couple years ago I was wearing it and leaned over a fence to pull a weed, and poked a three quarter inch hole in it, a sail-shaped right angle flap. I threw the shirt in the corner of my closet where there are some other damaged clothes. I considered trying to repair it by putting some iron-on tape of similar color on the inside, but then I forgot about it. Yesterday I pulled it out to show the hole to my wife, and the hole was nowhere to be found. I have inspected the entire shirt multiple times now, and there is no hole. I just ran it through the wash just now, thinking if there was a hole that would open it up more. Still nothing. Now, of course, I am thinking maybe I confused it with some other damaged shirt, but I looked through the pile, and nothing.
I like to think this is the Universe sending me a tiny, seemingly insignificant message to gently remind me that miracles really are possible.