Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Eleven is still haunting me

I think I wrote about this a long time ago.  I will wake up and and my digital clock will be at exactly 11 minutes after the hour.  When I was working it was always 7:11AM ....probably because I needed to get up at 7:30, but now it is all over the map.  Always 11 minutes after the hour!  It's kinda scaring me.

In the last few months it has been really crazy...and I've started to NOT look at the clock when I wake up.  Two weeks ago it was 2:11AM. ...then 4:11AM ... the 5:11 AM then 6:11AM...not all in the same night. The one that really blew me away was 11:11PM not long after I had gone to bed.

What's up with this shit? I wake up, see the clock and go right back to sleep, but it's disturbing.  Now when I wake up and see it's close to 11 minutes after the hour I put my head under the covers and make sure it not close enough to 11 minutes after the hour and try to go back to sleep or just wait it out.

I sleep well, and don't always wake up on the hour.  Just sometimes..and when it happens I just go...WTF!  Is this an omen? 

I guess I will have to turn the clock around so I can't see it when my peepers peep open during the night.  Butttttttttt... I think I would be curious enough to know what the time really was and turn it around again.  BUT by that time it would be 12 minutes after the hour, and I wouldn't really know if this was a true or not.

What's up with this?

Balonie....keeping an eye on the freaky clock.


Sally said...

LOLOL!! Donna in Texas would swear it's aliens - no, I'm not kidding. She looks for them everywhere! :)

Anonymous said...

11:11 - Sounds like a winning lottery number to me!!

judemiller1 said...

I had this happen for awhile, but it was always the same time--every night--4:16--every dang night. Freaked me out.

Brenda said...

You've retired, take the clock to the living room!

Katrinka said...

Your spiritual guides are trying to give you a message. Now, where did I put that list of what the numbers mean, when they keep appearing? It's a good thing, anyway; nothing to be freaked out about.