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<< Sep 16, 2004 @ 00:00 >>

So I went for a walk to Surdyk's for a sandwich (discovered a super-hot checkout girl named Billy of all names) and then I decided to go walk down by St. Anthony main. I decided to get down there a way I had never gone before, and only at the last minute (because the route meant continuing to follow an Aveda girl I didn't mean to scare). Almost down to main street I bump into this woman, she's in her late 40's or early 50's with very dark shoulder-length hair that is greying. She's average height and weight. We're getting off topic. So she yells to me, "have you got a cigarette?" I don't smoke and I tell her as much. She gives me this bizzarre reasoning about how I was eating a sandwich so that's why she asked if I had a cigarette... at which point I realize she's a bit special. Then she takes notice of my shirt and asks me where I got it and why the girl on my shirt was a moose. Now, I'd say the girl was a deer myself, but whatever, she does in fact have antlers. I tell her where I got it and that I don't know why, and she gets into this weirdness about a girl she knows who she sees as a moose when she looks at her. Then she digs in her purse for a picture only to realize the picture she wants is actually in the wad of crap she was holding in her hand the whole time. She shows it to me. The girl doesn't resemble a moose. She also points out the snake around the neck of the girl on my tshirt (don't ask) and says this friend of hers was born in the year of the snake. Then the discussion turns to how this friend's mother had just died somehow and she asks me how to help kids these days with such things. I am sure I don't know, but I sympathize. Before she walks away she sticks out her hand and wishes me a happy Jewish New Year, Shalom. A few feet away she turns and says "Indigo Children are so fascinating!" Then she actually screams, "I'm so glad you came!" Indigo Children? Odd. When I got home I looked it up. Turns out there are books on the subject and it has to do with some new-age aura hippy bullshit. But, when I read about it, well, it actually matches me perfectly. Very strange indeed.

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August 24, 2006 @ 15:59:23

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

"The day I found out I was an adult Indigo will stay with me forever. I was walking hand in hand with my son down a Los Angeles street when this women approached me and said, 'You're an Indigo and your son is a Crystal.' I immediately replied, 'Yes!' and the woman smiled at me and walked away. I stood there for a moment, because I had no idea what the heck an Indigo and Crystal was, but I seemed so sure of it when I had blurted out 'Yes!'"



April 15, 2007 @ 08:56:51

broccoli.pngnot michelle (guest)

It's probably because the woman who stopped you on the street was an Angel or a Guide of yours. :) I'm an Indigo too, email me if u like... michelle AT thepas DOT com

April 17, 2007 @ 15:27:49

foucault.pngwhitewaffle (#1050)

I'm not okay with Indigo Children hitting on you via the interwebs!

April 17, 2007 @ 20:07:49

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

I don't like crystal gripping hippies. Don't worry. :-*

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