You know come to think of it, an awful lot in the last year, I have absolutely been able to "call" when something is about to go pear-shaped, seems a little sketchy or wobbly. Some would call it a "gut-feeling" I suppose.
Butterflies?! No, not necessarily. I basically go 'no, no, there's something wrong here; this isn't going to happen'.
Anyway, why am I suddenly so good at it?! Did I get better at reading other human beings behaviour in the last 12 months?! It's terribly interesting indeed, ye olde human brain.
Alternatively, am I putting it out there in the universe that I don't want what it is that is being offered, and therefore poisoning the status quo, making it not happen.
Woah man... deep.
In other news: I started watching a documentary yesterday about water, simply called "Water". Haven't finished it yet (so can't give you a link or much else so far), but seemed appropriate to start it in 33+ degree heat, in our driest craziest season on record in this country.
So I'm really interested in finishing this one because the content so far seems so different to others I have watched. Including that water has a memory, will recall when it is abused, and changes form. SO AMAZING. GO SCIENCE!!
Looking forward to finishing it off.