I was born long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away. No. Not that one. That one is silly.
After a significant amount of festering, I think I have an idea of what happened, or at least the skeleton of a sketch. Because I was goofing around with consensus realities within the finite probabilities of the universe, I expanded toward other instances of the self, or rather, joined probabilities in a sub-quantum state of flux. As of now, I cannot be certain of the outcome. I know that my former awareness now exists in two locations, but not if there is a present awareness being shared. I don’t believe I’m getting current information from the neighboring reality in which I know Violet and met Jolly Old Bob, but it could be in my unconscious, and will stitch itself into my general awareness as I go. How this changes things for me in that reality is also unknown. Do I share the memories of my pleasant life here in Froglandia with that self in that reality? I’m adding these musings to my journal, along with the event along the road between two points, which seems to be where the connection occurred, my becoming unconscious a direct result of the unified existence between me and my sleeping self elsewhere, or back there, or whatever. Parallel realities are confusing for me. I wonder if Violet exists here. I know Jolly Old Bob does, and is likely amused at my situation.
Deep-Fried Stick Food was taken?
You knew well before then, even if you did not have the specifics of the choice before you. Not that there is not an opportunity for new learning and personal growth and change. But those were also set long ago. The ability to see the world is limited a great deal by existing preferences in what one will accept as actually significant, and even as what one will accept as real. All humans experience this.
All tears are tears of joy. Some of them just show up early.
You got chocolate in my peanut butter.
They have Earth: Final Conflict. Absolutely cool.
… so far as we know …
Well… the crickets could come back, and bring Buddy Holly with them.
Did they make it?