SoCS – Superstition or Intuition?

I feel it is only fitting that I start posting again with Stream of Consciousness Saturday, even if I do feel rusty and my brain doesn’t seem to want to flow words in an SoCS way.  I’m going to struggle through it though, since I’ve decided to come back, if not full time, than at least for more than just once a week.

When I first read the prompt, I thought of the phrase, “See a penny pick it up, all day long you’ll have good luck.”  Is it weird that I always feel guilty when I see money lying on the ground?  Like I’m somehow hurting the person who dropped it, because maybe they will be back to get it?  Maybe they know it accidentally fell out of their pocket at random, and here I am stealing it from them.

I suppose it would be easier if I was a superstitious person.  I don’t consider myself one, but even as I think that, I’m reminded that I had this thing happen this week that could maybe be termed “superstitious.”

(I fully realize the following story doesn’t have a thing to do with coin, but I did arrive at it from the coin prompt, so hopefully that works…)

When we first started the whole house hunting/house selling process, we sort of started off backwards.  As we were getting the house ready to list, we were also out looking at houses.  We ended up finding and falling in love with a house, so we put an offer on it.  It was only a few days later that we listed our house, but we thought it would be okay because we were told we were approved for both.

Come to found out, we weren’t, and we had to go back to the Sellers of the house we had fallen in love with to cancel, because we still hadn’t sold ours.  We were both devastated because we didn’t believe they would wait for us to sell our house.  I guess you should never judge people based on a single encounter on paper…  They decided to wait for us to sell our house, although we had to be under contract by the end of October.

That all happened over last weekend, and my Fiance and I ended up having a conversation on Sunday about whether or not we could sell our house in a month.  I said, “I have a really good feeling about this week.  I think we’re going to get an offer.”

It didn’t happen until Thursday, but it did happen.  Does that make me superstitious?  Or do i just have a good intuition?  Are they the same thing?

Either way, we are finally in the waiting stage and crossing our fingers that this contract holds until the house is finally sold.  I might be moving in November, but I can blog until then.  Or at least that’s the plan.

Happy Saturday, everyone!!

Stream of Consciousness Saturday is hosted by Linda G. Hill. “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “coin.” Use it any way you’d like. Enjoy! Feel free to click the link and join us in our stream of consciousness writing.


8 thoughts on “SoCS – Superstition or Intuition?

  1. This topic fascinates me and you did a great job with the stream. I think it was Wayne Dyer who said something about the Universe conspiring with us on our behalf. I believe intuition, the Law of Attraction, the Universe, and God all work with our thoughts, hopes and dreams. I have a good feeling about your new house and the move. Hoping with you!

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  2. SO happy for you about the house. And the coins story really got me going. I had the coolest Dad (which I almost missed knowing…another story for another day)! When we were little and out walking on some adventure, he would sneak ahead of us and drop coins for us to find!! AND, he would have us hide a coin in some weird public place and then years later, take us back there to see if it was still there! (I wonder if that dime is still under the heather on the Mesa Junior College stairs.)

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