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I'm like you Kate,
The situations themselves do not seem very unusual or unique in any way, but when the sensation hits, its the background noises, the EXACT words people say, what I am doing, colours, light, sound.
The moment in Real Life takes on a strange sensation, I feel like I could predict everything if I could speak aloud fast enough,,,
I have come to my own conclusion, because these moments usually occur when a huge change is happening in my life, I have decided that we are born like a "Vase with Pictures around the outside"
..and when we come to the next part of our story, the scene appears in front of us,, not seemingly major at the time, but when you look back on your life, it was the time when a major difference in your life occurred..
..That's my perspective any way ..
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