Saturday, February 15, 2014
It's a small world.
How many times have we heard that phrase?
Earlier today, I posted a photo for Saturday Snapshot, and just a bit ago I received a comment from a reader who knew EXACTLY where my pictures were taken.
Her grandparents-in-law lived there.
How fun to find someone in this blogging world who knows what you are talking about!!
The strangest "small world" incident that happened to me was in November 2002. I went to New York City with a friend of mine who was running in the NYC marathon. The day of the marathon, after the race, and she slept for a few hours ,woke up and needed a big juicy hamburger, we went to the Empire State building. It was very late at night and there were only a handful of people on the observation deck. We were busy looking at the sights--all bundled up because it was cold, when all of the sudden two girls said..."Mrs. McNish?" (her name, not mine). Come to find out, their younger sister was on the same swim team as Mrs. McNish's daughter back in California!
That was just so weird. Clear across the country, in the middle of the night, on top of the Empire State Building to run into someone you know.
How about you? What's your funniest, strangest, 'Small World' story?
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