Had an awesome date with Adam Saturday where we went to Lernerville Speedway and watched his dad come in first place during the heat race, and then he unfortunately got knocked out of the features race. Pictures to come…
On the way home, I didnt want to come back right away and talked him into a Margarita at Chili’s. I actually like the one at the Mill’s mall for some reason. Oh wow – just realize I displaced a bad memory from the last time there.
So, we sat at the bar, Adam, me, and my grannie walker. We watched a little of the hockey game, not somethig either of us ever do, and then bartender made a comment about the Ex-po.
I thought he said X-files, and I start thinking of David Duchovny. I asked Adam what the Penguins game had to do with X-files, and was confused. He set me straight, knowing the restaurant term – meaning expeditor – someone who does prep work in the kitchen.
Weird, that I kept thinking about David Duchovny.
So, tonight Ron came over to visit and we watched the Abominable Snowman. He does a spookie movie month, and I had requested to see this one because of the snow factor. Good movie, and nice because I met Ron through the ECP mountaineering class.
Abominable Snowman of the Himalyas – 1957
I liked the film – surprised to see the Himalayas as a backdrop for the mountain shots in a film from 1957. It was less of a Horror movie and more about being a good person or bad things can happen to you.
Well this movie starred Peter Cushing, who Ron explained was the star in many movies by Hammer studios. We then watched the extras on the DVD that was all about Hammer Studio movies. Hammer, hammer, hammer.
Okay, so tying it together.
Ron helped me to my office (bed) and then we talked about business and being productive. We talked about time suckers, and tv shows. I told him It’s Always Sunny has really pulled me in, and he told me about Californication. Starring….
David Duchovny. Okay – its not earth shattering, but I seriously was focused on the name David Duchovny while at the bar – for NO reason. Focused. To have him brought up again was interesting.
So then, I got settled in and worked more on the www.elizabethklevens.com website – check it out – and Adam called.
He told me about posting pictures on Facebook of his dad’s dog carrying around a HAMMER.
So then, I thought I would post a comment about the Hammer and logged onto Facebook, thinking of the word HAMMER.
What do I see? A post by my friend Jason Cercone, listing a quote:
“A successful career will no longer be about promotion. It will be about mastery.” — Michael Hammer
So David Duchovny and hammers, both playing roles in recent synchronicitiies.
Now to channel this and turn it into something productive.
Other synchronicities have been happening too, but I simply havent taken the time to post them.