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Friday The 13th

May 13, 2022

Friday the 13th has a different effect on different people. Some don’t believe in superstitions and go on their way without fear of catastrophe.  They are content and unphased by the calendar. Others stay at home and bar the windows, absolutely convinced that Friday the 13th will bring them misfortune. They mark their calendars in advance and stay completely clear of these dreaded days. Me? I’m in the middle of these two extremes. Let’s just say I go about my day but a keep an eye open over my shoulder. It’s not that I’m particularly superstitious; I’m just prudent.

For instance, I will not do certain things on Friday the 13th. Some examples include: Filing income taxes, going to the doctor, or flying on an airplane. Yeah, I guess that does make me more than a little superstitious but what the hell. It’s better to be safe than sorry, right? I would hate to crash in a plane with my 1040 in hand while seated next to my doctor. That makes sense, right? 🙄

So today, I am not going to file my income taxes; I’m going to wait. I have no doctor appointments and I’m sure as hell not boarding a plane, Corona Virus aside. Oh, but the list could go on forever and ever. Maybe I’ll just go fishing and hope that I don’t catch 13 trout. That would spell disaster for sure!🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟

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3 Comments
  1. I hope you catch as many trout as possible, knowing full well that all will be returned to the water unharmed. Good luck!!

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  2. Carolyn Spann Bushey permalink

    I love your posts!! ❤️

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