Behold, I am the ham sandwich, and other random acts of weirdness

Coutesy of Jen:

You Are a Ham Sandwich

You are quiet, understated, and a great comfort to all of your friends. Over time, you have proven yourself as loyal and steadfast. And you are by no means boring. You do well in any situation – from fancy to laid back. Your best friend: The Turkey SandwichYour mortal enemy: The Grilled Cheese Sandwich

What Kind of Sandwich Are You?

So, the other day, I was driving home. The car in front of me–not one of your newer cars, mind you–had spray painted on the back: $2,000 or a Hummer H2.

Do you think he had any takers?

The other day, also in the car, Andrew was musing about various aspects of life. He said, “Mommy, I can’t wait until I’m on one of those “where are they now” programs.”

Me: “Wha–?”

And for the final act of random weirdness. I frequent an online writing site (as most of you know). Quite a while back, I was writing a ghost book. About five other people suddenly had their own ghost book, which was a little odd, but these things tend to happen in cycles. The weird part was, one book had a ghost named Charity.

That was a little weird.

Well, the other day, I was surfing about. I’m writing YA now. So what do I find? Another YA work in progress–with a character named Charity.

I guess it would be different if I had a more common name. But ending up in everyone’s works in progress is a little … weird.


Filed under Musings

2 responses to “Behold, I am the ham sandwich, and other random acts of weirdness

  1. Andrew always makes me laugh.

    Think of these coincidences as resonances… you’re on the frontier of something, something you’re meant to do, something very interesting.

    As for me, well, I’m a turkey sandwich, dependable and safe.

  2. Jen

    Did you ask Andrew what he was doing first before he became a “where is he now?” Is he still into football?

    You wanna know weird… since I’ve been blogging, half the blogs I read are written by a person with some variation of the name Jennifer. I think there’s some cosmic Jennifer/blogging connection.

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