Per today’s challenge I have been on the look out for “the paranormal.” Paranormal can be described as any activity that can be described as outside “the range of normal experience or scientific explanation.”
Last night was the Autumnal Equinox and I thought it might be ripe with paranormal activity. We sat outside for a bit waiting on the sunset and the full moon’s rise. I witnessed no paranormal activity. Not unless you can count Emily throwing herself to the floor as if it was the end of all days when she did not have chance to see any bats before it was time to hit the sack. Note to self: Be mindful of my language when I “promise” that we will see bats. I “ruined her night.” Sadly, this was not outside the realm of normal.
I opened up my office door as I have been all alone in my office all day. This way I am a little more tuned in to what is going on in the woods. I thought maybe I might get the heebie-jeebies over something and I could call that paranormal.
I don’t know if you’d call this “paranormal.” He has been hanging around all day, and answers to “Shortie.” Inventive, I know. It has been a while since I have had an office visitor.
So… maybe I am just not tuned in. Perhaps if I had managed to not detect and fix my flat tire this morning I’d have ended up stopped on a dark road with a flat… that might have been spooky. As it is… I told Shortie to keep his eyes peeled.