"I could have missed the pain, but I would have had to miss the dance." Garth Brooks
Tapper did it again a day or so ago at the supper table. Mr. T nodded and said, "It's cool you get this feeling. What do you think will happen?" and Tapper just rattled on. I was proud of Mr. T. It can't be easy on him to be the only muggle in this family.
If you and/or your son is curious, try keeping a record of her "juju episodes" to see how often she's right. You may be surprised.
Your life is an occasion. Rise to it - Edward Magorium
BTW, my son doesn't seem to have it, but my daughter does. I have it but my sister and two brothers don't. No one from my grandmother's bunch of kids seem to have had it. My grandmother and one of her sisters had it, but her other sister didn't. Pretty selective stuff! Wonder which gene is responsible.
[This message edited by lynnm1947 at 1:55 PM, August 22nd (Thursday)]
I myself have had at least one instance of knowing something I couldn't have known, in detail. When my (now) H was stationed in Colorado and he'd tell me he had leave I'd always know if he could make the trip to Ohio.
When everyone said Kate would have a girl, I said, "Nope. Boy!" Now that was just a 50-50 chance, which I consider pretty elementary. There have been more difficult calls than that! I'm notorious in family circles.