Hi Mason. Anyways Josiah do you have fear of animals
Well, I think in the league I played they weren’t allowed to steal if it went behind you… I think… I can’t really remember, it was forever ago… So it really didn’t matter, it was basically to keep me from playing on the field…
Not a ton. I’m mostly really unsympathetic towards them.
Oh wow. That’s a weird rule.
So I feel like we are having two conversations here
We haven’t played any games yet this season, but historically I’ve predominantly been on the bench. I’m more use finding foul balls than fly balls.
Pretty much. 😀
Do any of you also have a fear of holding babies?
I have a fear of my mom having another baby… does that count?…
What kind of fear is that??
I have 2, 120lb dogs.
The elevators without the bars are the worst!!! I tend to hug myself in those situations.
I usually put my hands together and squeeze myself…
No, I don’t really have a fear of holding babies, but I’ve done it quite a few times.
I’m always a little scared I’ll hold the baby wrong. So I just sort of give off a don’t hand me your baby vibe. It seems to work.
I was really afraid of Hobgoblin in the Spiderman cartoons when I was little. That stretched into a fear of windows, because Hobgoblin might come through one, and from there to a fear of walls because a window might appear in it.
I think my mom is more scared of my holding the baby wrong than me.
Does anyone else have nightmares where they can’t complete a basic task and are just left trying over and over? For example you want to take a shower, but you can’t find soap. Or you can’t get the lock on the bathroom door to work, and if I’m the only one what does that say about my psyche?
If I have a nightmare it’s just something in my life goes horribly (family member dies,I’m in the hospital etc…) Yeah it’s not fun.
I see…… But I understand how the elevators without bars are scary, Kristen.
I never get those nightmares. I always have nightmares about stupid stuff.
It wasn’t a nightmare, but a few nights ago I had a dream that Matthew was moving to the U.S. However, he made it very clear that it was only for three months, and he was most certainly not becoming an American.
Maybe it’s a prophecy.
It doesn’t feel like it’s outside the realm of possibility. Only time will tell.
Do you often get prophetic visions?
Not to my knowledge.
This will be our test case then. If Matthew has to move to America for three months at some point in the future, we will know you are a prophet and take appropriate steps.
Or maybe it was four months. I forget.
Now we just have to determine what I mean by appropriate steps.
That is indeed the question.
Ambiguity is good. The more ambiguous the prediction the more likely we’ll hit on one of the possibilities and get you signed up for a book deal.
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