Thankfully, Husband, seeing my over-involvement with the credible UFO tales on H2 channel, has downgraded our DTV package to save money and steer me toward more constructive pursuits, such as dish washing, floor sweeping, toilet scouring, etc. - all the things I dreamed of doing when I was a young girl.
Husband Pulls me in the Garden Trailer to Clear My Head
Perhaps he has a watchful eye on my fragile sanity as well. One probably never realizes the intermediary between "sane" and "off to the home." That transition may well be like going bald, getting gray hair, or becoming an adult. Contrived of nebulous stages that alter so slowly until one seamless reality emerges with gongs and sirens and screams of "Oh no! I can't believe this happened: where is my precious yesterday."
Along with the expected deterioration are the persuasive documentaries of unidentified aircraft appearing world-wide and no explanations of their seeming abilities. Most of these are undoubtedly explainable. Some just aren't. It is the latter which stimulates my imagination most.
A UFO Over my Garden (Really)
Columbus is reputed to have journaled a UFO. He was freaked; so we should respect that. Flying vehicles are cited in the Bible, in art, in cave drawings, etc. While this is all human interpretation of phenomena, still it is there.
Not long ago, the Pope issued some planning-ahead acceptance of the possibility of alien life. What are they doing here? My own guess is gardening. Since my head is in the cabbage patch anyway, why not? Perhaps the creation story is not that far off. Creating an environment on a good candidate planet would be feasible, and seeding that environment would require TLC over eons, hence the many sightings over time.
Earth's Daffodil Garden (Mrs. Backhouse Variety)
Or the lizard creatures from the planet Faroff are here to exterminate humans and make earth their retirement planet. Steven Hawking (the famous theoretical physicist) thinks aliens would not be friendly, and chances are he's right, if they are anything like us.
Did I mention Baby Sis and I both dreamed a flying saucer landed in the back yard, ON THE SAME NIGHT!!? Top that. We were not abducted, though we are open to that only if no transvaginal probes are involved.
Baby Sis Picks Daffodils with Her Grandfather
(About the time of her strange dream)
My advice: If you come upon a UFO on the ground and not in your dreams, don't touch it. Just run and get the geiger counter to see if it is radioactive. I am lucky to have one in the attic from WWII. I can't say for certain that it works, it would likely need batteries or possibly jumper cables; however, it pays to be prepared.