The sign of infinity in the space
😊 Many years ago a group of us were invited to a Birthday Party and were surprised to find that our host had invited a Reader, who charted our life numbers. She had been given pertinent birthdays and other info that we were not aware of. As it turns out mine is 11. Of course since that time I continuously see the digital clock as it turns to 11:11. My facination with that and the fact that my birthday happens to be 9/22 has nothing to do with this story. I have however an intuitive awareness, a sixth sense and am frequently surprised by it. AND NO! I don’t know what you’re wearing or want for dinner ©J.E.Goldie
YAH. WE’RE DONE.
“Yah, I’m 9 and 22, my birthday, I mean, and
hers is 2 and 22, but 9+2 =11. I’m in heaven,
because 11 + 11 equals 22. So there ya go!
Seems I always know her moves, even her
rustling in the night. Somehow her vibes come
to me anytime night or day. I can forecast her
“What do you mean?”
“Oh Doc! You know.”
“Why don’t you explain.?”
“I dunno, it’s strange. Like I know she’s
“Yah. Or! Maybe she knows. I can’t explain.”
“Just give it a try.”
“I just remembered something important.”
“Yah, my Dad was 11 and 22.”
“Why is that important?”
“Because I’m pretty sure he loved me.”
“Isn’t that a good thing?”
“Oh yes. But he never told me. Not really.”
“He took me places he liked. He took me
“Oh yes and he drove me to tournaments
and stuff like that. But he never really, said
“What about your mother?”
“Oh, she was 3 and 8.”
“Isn’t that 11?”
“I guess. But in her case it negates.”
“Well yah. 3 and 8 don’t fit, like 11, 2 and 22.”
“What about your Sister?”
“Naw. She’s 3 and 16. I think. Mom and her, made
a better link.”
“The numbers say it all Doc. Is the session over?”
“If you want it to be.”
“Yah. There’s enough here to think about.”
“Well if that’s it. We’re done for today.”
“Yah. We’re done.”
©J.E.Goldie May 25, 2019
I added this, just for fun
CrimsonProse Photo Prompt #CCC26 May 8, 2010
(under 130 words)
A Very Long Trip
“Over there. Isn’t that a…”
“This is a pretty rocky…”
“We’ll just have to watch our step.”
“Dan. Are we on this journey together?”
“I beg your pardon?”
“I asked you if we were on this trip
“Isn’t it obvious.”
“I’m not sure.”
“What’s the problem with you, Hon.”
“It’s not me who has the problem, Dan.”
“What are you insinuating, Darling.”
“This is going to be a very long trip.”
©J.E.Goldie May 8, 2019
BrewNSpew Word Prompt April 29. 2019 “Sunrise/Sunset”
Word Prompt : Sunrise and Sunset in 300 words or less
She thought she’d wander around the tiny Cruiser for a bit.
There didn’t seem to be anyone she knew this trip. It was a
beautiful evening with a stunning sunset. She was glad she’d
boarded the twilight cruise.
As she turned a corner, she accidently pushed open a slatted
Louver door. She turned back quickly uttering an apology
not wanting to deliberately disturb anyone.
“I don’t know whether to laugh or cry!” She cried, completely
devastated, as she stepped away and burst into tears.
She thought it was hysterical, forgetting for the moment
that he’d accused her of setting him up. She loved him so deeply
that for a few precious moments of joy, feelings of intense
love ran like a raging fire through her veins.
He stood there, pants unzipped and at his knees, in the
confined Cruiser toilet, looking like a deer in the headlights.
She laughed, and half expected him to reach out and
embrace her, to gently hold her and laugh together at the
ridiculousness of the situation.
But he just stood there in fear.
She turned her back on him and fell into a heap on the floor.
Silent, quivering emotions, spilling out of her onto her tear
drenched cheeks. Instead of a warm embrace to calm her,
he just stood there knowing he’d reacted terribly in aid
of his own, selfish needs.
She lifted herself up and sat on the first thing she could find.
It was a toilet. He looked at her as she raised her tear
stained face. Their eyes met and they laughed hysterically.
For the first time in years, they knew the love they shared
was true. The sun had set. It was twilight.
“Jan? I’m sorry.”
“Sorry for what?”
“Oh nothing. Perhaps we could see the sunrise together.”
©J.E. Goldie 4/29/2019