Here’s a late October Throw-Back from 2017 that appears to have had a “Stevie Wonderful” effect on readers.
So, I said to myself…”Hey Sparky Jen, post the darn quirky thing again.” Hope you’ll read it all.
Knock on Wood and Enjoy!!!
Of course superstition can get in your way!
Stevie Wonder sings a song called “Superstition,” and in it he warns us that if we believe in things that we don’t understand, we’ll end up suffering in and around those things.
I used to spend 5 fear-filled minutes or more trying to figure out what to do with my pocketbook other than placing it on the floor. Why? Because I was raised to believe that putting my purse on the floor is unlucky.
I wasn’t supposed to understand it, just do it, whether the “how” made sense to me or not.
Some people call this an “old-wives tale,” but it’s really an unsubstantiated superstition.
Would you cringe if I told you that I put my wet open umbrella in my bathtub?
Or have owned a black cat named “Midnight?”
What about me walking under the ladder to pick up a dust…
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