Thursday, June 21

67 Not Out Reader's Coincidences

The web of coincidence

Coincidences today from 67 Not Out reader Diane. If you have a coincidence story you would like published on this blog please forward via the Contact Button at the top of the page - thank you.

"Some coincidences for you.

My Mum and Dad met at a Band Hall which used to be a church. When they died it was an non-denominational chapel, and we were able to hold both of their funerals there. I didn't know, however, that they had met there until Mum's funeral. An old family friend told me how he was the one who had introduced them to each other.

Mum died on Mother's Day and Dad died on Father's Day.

Alan, my husband, and I were in Prep together, but then his family moved away. We have the class photo. We were born in the same hospital, 21 days apart and we re-met 21 years later.

His Mother's birthday is on the 20th of June, my Mum's was on the 20th of June, nine years apart. Our Dads were born on the same date, 16th of December, five years apart.

My Grandfather was Alan's Scout Master and football coach."

~ Diane

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  1. My oldest son was born on June 20th and he just turned 21 yesterday.

    1. Wouldn't mind having another go at being 21 myself - knowing what I think I know now, that is.

  2. That's a whole string of synchros for Diane. As Daz commented recently, how deep does the rabbit hole go?

  3. This brings up a point that most don't consider.

    I think everyone should check for synchronicities in their lives. I must admit, I've never done it myself but after reading this, I feel compelled to start looking.

    Thanks for the idea Mike and Diane!

    Scott McMan

    1. Agree Scott - synchronicities are so well worth looking at. And once you do you'll see more and more.

  4. Very interesting; excuse my lateness in reading this one. Well worth the visit!