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Science Teacher Alive Again
My husband found out an old science teacher of his was alive, and went to
see him after he thought he'd been dead for years and everyone, EVERYONE,
agreed that they had heard, read or saw in the paper and on the news that
he'd died several years ago, and were all surprised to find that he was
still in town and very much alive.
I remember that Senator Ted Stevens in Alaska died on the Juno plane trip
along with other politicians and that Senator Nick Beigach had lived. That
was years and years ago. But then I was startled last year to read about
Senator Ted Stevens in the paper and find that Nick Beigach had died in
that plane crash. No one remembers but me.
Bob Keeshan (and Many Others) Alive Again
La Mirada, California
I know Mr. Green Jeans died quite a while back, but I also remembered
seeing the obituaries stating that Captain Kangaroo died. When I saw that
he was being reported as dying (again!) recently, I checked to see if there
had been an earlier false report of Bob Keeshan's death -- but found no
sign of one. While doing this research, I noted that certain details of Mr.
Keeshan's military service are now considered urban legends, while in the
reality I remember, his military record was authenticated.
Bob Keeshan is just one of many people who are alive at this time that I
"know" have already died. Most of the people who seem to have stayed alive
longer on this time line had died of Cancer in my remembered time line.
Some of those I've seen obituaries for include Bea Arthur and Lawrence
Ferlengetti. While I remember both of these people as having died
previously, they have obviously remained alive and active in
their careers in this now. I must have been surfing on a different
time-wave at sometime.
I also have a question about Scatman Cruthers. I know he died a while back
-- no change there -- but I remember him as having played Idi Amin in an
astounding bit of casting, and being very good and very scary. I remember
reading reviews of his performance, and even remember talking to a woman
who had actually known Idi Amin (when she was a child) about Scatman
Cruthers' performance. My very practical spouse also remembers Scatman as
having played Idi Amin, but now I cannot find any evidence that he ever
played that role. The movie we thought he was in has a different actor who
gives quite a different kind of performance.
When I dream ahead of things or possibilities that come to pass, what stays
fixed tends to be things that are not central to the situation. I figure
that those things are kind of like sign posts. They are to remind us to be
alert for something just ahead, or let us know we are on the right road, or
that our turnoff or a fork in the road is coming -- but they are not the
Missing Paper Reappeared
WOW, I never thought this possible, and am now realizing I have noticed
lots of reality shifts. I didn't know what to call these things. I never
imagined how many reality shifts I have had by now without even noticing
it. My most recent reality shift happened when I was looking for a paper I
needed that I knew I had put it in my desk. Well, I took everything out of
the desk -- every single item one by one -- and I couldn't find the one
paper I needed. I thought to myself, "I will find it when I need it least."
The next day I needed that paper, so naturally I did not find it. A week
later I found my missing paper -- in that very same desk I'd looked before,
even, rather than at the bottom of my piles of papers. And to think that I
went through all the documents at least five times one-by-one! Wow, that is
I had an interesting experience in Australia a few weeks ago.
Towards the end of my nearly 3 week trip, I was at the Gold
Coast barely post summer (picture expansive beaches and warm
water -- I was in heaven!) There was only a few hours to
spend there the afternoon I arrived before I was to do an
evening talk, with personal sessions with clients scheduled
the whole next day, then a very early departure back to the
States the following day.
Crystena Maxwell (my local facilitator/scheduler, etc) and
I had on swimsuits under our clothes to peel off later
following lunch. We parked in one of those underground
parking lots that connects to a mall in Broad Beach -- an
area of Gold Coast I had never visited.
Getting off of the escalator from the parking garage, we
entered an inside mall area with a number of different
stores. One grabbed my interest immediately because it was
a gelato store (Italian ice cream for those who have been
deprived of the pleasure!) It was named Il Gelato and
looked like it offered a nice variety of flavors. I
started to say to Crystena -- "Oh, look, there's a gelato
shop. We should get some later for desert", but she was up
ahead of me, so I didn't say anything. We exited out onto
the street where there was a much better choice for
delicious restaurants. We picked a great one. While we
were eating, I suggested we go after to the gelato place
I had seen in the mall after our swim.
The schedule was getting tight, but we felt we had just
enough time to get a gelato and head back to her home
before the evening event. Back in the indoor mall area,
I couldn't find the gelato place where I had seen it. I
did notice two other ice cream stores (one an Australian
and the other an American chain store) After wandering
around a bit, I asked the Information Desk where the store
was, and they said there was one a few blocks away! And
she mentioned how delicious it was.
Well, I figured that they were misinformed (after all, I
did see it with my own eyes, as plain as day!) Crystena
and I looked some more, then asked another person. Same
directions. And did I know how delicious it tasted?
We decided to quickly go the few blocks, even with the
clock ticking, because I think that by that time we just
had to see if a gelato store was even there! This was
just too kooky...
We did indeed find the store, named Il Gelato, down the
street where we never walked -- even to go to the beach.
I have never been to Broad Beach before, just Surfer's
Paradise. And did I mention how particularly scrumptious
the gelato tasted?
I had a realization as I was eating my Chocolate Hazelnut
gelato that it was my inner child who had the hankering
for the treat and shifted reality for me to see the store
as it really looked superimposed on another inside the
mall. She had not had her normal allotment of ice cream
since leaving the States, and decided to go all out with
the best ice cream of all -- gelato!