Hopefully, you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, in which I introduced the fact that something strange and unusual happened to me. You'll also be aware that I had questioned whether or not I was physically capable of maintaining a Roadtrek motorhome-type van.
Well, the evening that I began to feel incompetent, I gave this much thought. I reflected upon the whole situation for a few hours. Eventually, I came to a conclusion. I decided I could not physically handle maintaining a vehicle such as the one on my bucket-list, no matter how much it was my heart's desire.
My heart sank. I felt like another part of me had died. Well, in essence, part of me had died; one of my dreams.
Just then, something occurred that had never happened to me before, ever. In fact, I had only ever heard of these such things happening, in movies. Usually, movies involving the occult.
All of a sudden, all the photos on a shelf of my wall unit flew off the shelf. Behind these pics were stored at least 20 or more books.
I couldn't believe my eyes. The photos didn't just fall, they literally flew off the shelf.
My first thought was what just happened? My mind raced as I reflected upon the situation.
Had the building swayed? No. Had I felt any sort of tremor? No. Was there something out of place that might possibly have caused something like this to happen? No.
My one unanswered question was: Did God do this?
Looking at my wall unit and the rest of my livingroom and kitchen, I realized nothing else was out of place. Nothing. Nothing even from the shelf above the one where the photos flew off of, was moved.
I went over to investigate further. The photos hadn't just fallen, for they were a couple of feet away from the wall unit. In fact, two (2) of my framed pics had come apart upon impact, so that I had to re-install the pics into their frames. Yes, I was surprised that no glass had broken!
However, I must say that in addition to my photos and frames being all over the floor, I also found one more item. A book.
One (1) book. There was only one (1) book. It was one that Gordon had bought for us, as a gift to me.
It's entitled: Take Your RV to Europe, The LOW-COST Route to Long-Term Touring.
As you can imagine, I have more to say about this. Please stay tuned!
Until next time...
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