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I don't know what to think! Blog no 34.

Published by Lamont D in the blog Lamont D's blog. Views: 320

In blog no. 16, titled Another case of fluctuating blood glucose levels.

I was writing about the weirdness of reading a bit of deja vu in a series of historical time travel novels by Jodi Taylor.
I was at the time flabbergasted and it shouldn't really surprise me about anything these days, some of the weird dreams are even more weird than extremely weird.
Of course these dreams occurred during my ' hypo hell' years and also when I was young and growing up.

Okay, why am I rambling on?

Well I'm perusing my next purchase for my kindle and on my recommendation page from Amazon is a new short story due to be published on Christmas day 2015.
Yes you guessed it!
It's by Jodi Taylor!
On the front cover is a depiction of, I think, the Battle of Waterloo, I could be wrong, which would make me look weird! I do weird, so what?

Don't forget another blog of mine about my brothers birthday is on the same day. And what would be probable different history if the outcome of the Battle was changed, and it was a pivotal day in European history!
You could say, I have history with that day and time!

The point is, in blog 16, I foretold that I had seen in my dream, that she would write something like this, it might be a coincidence but you make your mind up?
I'm stunned, gobsmacked, and speechless (oh yeah!)
My adrenal glands are working overtime!
Not in my wildest dreams (yeah again!???) Would I have thought it would be true.
I just don't believe it, I know what I'll be reading Christmas night!
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