Gather 'round ye children and I'll tell you a spooky tale of how a girl [that's me] married her bestest friend and soul mate on one awesome candy filled holiday.
Halloween to be exact.
There was candy, and black roses and a psychic [oh my]
Now the best story of the whole night was from this guy. The Husband and I as our first official fun activity together got our fortunes told. Which could have been the worst idea ever if someone didn't want to get paid....I mean really, your not going to tell a Bride on her wedding day that it's not going to work out with the guy she just married...but this guy?
He told me EVERYTHING that was wrong with "us Gemini's"
So he's going on and on about how I suck, and I get bored with people....and while I was bored listening to him I sipped on my vodka and cranberry--don't judge, it was my wedding day-- and looked around at my awesome Halloween knowing I couldn't ever top that day.
And then I asked him when we would have kids...
That I wouldn't have children for another few years......
I'm going to let you sit and ponder that a second.
My son's birthday?
end of July....
My wedding night?
End of October...
he was only like 1000% wrong.
I feel like all psychics should be able to predict near futures like that night/that week...
anyways, he also told me we would have twins after we had a baby.
and then i gasped a little and freaked out because that wasn't the first time a psychic has told me that exact sentence.
[and it wouldn't be the last, I went when I was 3 months pregnant 2 weeks before finding out the sex of Baby D, and another psychic told me I was having a very smart baby boy, and then in a few years I would be having twins...ugh...]
he did finish up the night by telling me that me and Mitchy poo were soul mates, and that we were actually married in a past life. And that no matter what in everything, number of the birthdays, past lives, astrological signs, everything... we were meant to be together forever.
Now I don't know if I believe that's true...
But isn't that just a nice warm fuzzy feeling to leave your Wedding on? No matter what your beliefs are, no matter who says it, no matter if it was Halloween or not?