Friday, March 12, 2010


An interesting strange incidence occurred this past week.
In the light of day again I might add.
I've tried to forget about it but it keeps gnawing at me.  My memory won't shake it.  It won't let it go so I guess I'll blog about it...
One afternoon I was taking a nap in the recliner in front of the television.  Our dog was also napping on the floor in front of the tv.  When I woke up, I was still too tired to move or get up.  I remembered I was alone in the house and I could see the dog sleeping.  I was awake for about five minutes but closed my eyes just to relax and savor the quietness of the afternoon.  I could hear the birds chirping outside, the neighbors moving around their trash cans and...a female voice that sounded like someone was standing in front of my television that said, "be careful".  Wait!  WTF?!?! I immediately opened my eyes and no one was in the room with me!  At the very same second I heard this voice, our dog jumped up startled from her sleep and tried to scramble away but she get slipping on the floor.  It seemed, (and of course I can't be certain of this), that the dog heard the voice too and if there was someone in the room with us, it would have been right next to our dog where she was sleeping.  "Be careful"  Clear as a bell.  In the sweetest, kindest female voice.  It wasn't a whisper.  It was a soft, clear, and a loud enough voice to wake up the dog.  A voice that startled me because I was home alone.  Could I have fallen back asleep and dreamt this? It's possible but I distinctly heard the outside noises of the neighborhood.  Of course I could have been dreaming that I heard the outside noises of the neighborhood but I feel 100% certain that I was awake.  Then there is our dog.  She was startled by something at the same exact moment.
I wish I could prove this happened while I was awake but I can't.  The only way I could prove it is to have cameras all over the house running all the time but I can't afford that, heh!  Until then I'll just keep blogging.

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