Two years ago I was having a weird streak of bad luck with events which luckily I did not end up injured or dead.
Some of the things were a telephone pole literally falling over after being undermined by construction and just missing my car, a blade from a commercial lawn mower hit something as I was stopped at a red light and the blade shot through my passenger window past my face and out my driver's window, and I was on my way to have my car serviced at my mechanic up the street and the gas pump blew spewing hot gasoline all under the hood and around the hot engine. My mechanic said my car should have caught on fire and exploded. After all these incidents and several others, I was nervous about leaving my house and I felt like the grim reaper was stalking me, lol. Then I had a dream about my grandmother (she is deceased and was my best friend), and in the dream she told me she left me a "gift" in my garden. I have several areas in my yard with flowers etc., but one particular area is my "sentimental" garden. I just happened to be putting down mulch the next day, and saw a strange object next to a heart stepping stone my sister had given me for Christmas. The weird thing is is that it is such an unusual object, that no one knows what it is. I posted the photo on here two years ago after telling the story about the dream. Here is the "gift" again for the new members to look at. I have shown this object to close to 200 people and everyone has no clue what it is. It is like something from another planet. It definately not man made, it is kind of like a nut shell. It is very hard. The hole in the back is what I poked open to see if anything was inside, and nothing was. It is very strange, and more so strange that it sort of reminds me of a cross. Needless to say, this is my lucky charm...and since I found it in my garden I have been safe and no more freak accidents have happened to me. Here are some photos of it:
the back of it
"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea."-- Robert A. Heinlein