posted on Jul, 18 2008 @ 04:54 AM
This is the first thread I started, so forgive me if its in the wrong place. It seemed like what I wanted to type about fit in the board the best.
Also, I just joined recently, because alot of strange things have happened to me lately, and I stumbled here on accident, and have been enjoying it
ever since. But what I'm about to post about is by far the weirdest.
The story itself is short. It was about 9 or 10am, and I was laying on the couch reading Physics of the Impossible, before my kids got up for the day.
My boyfriend was on the computer, which is in the same room I was reading in but we were facing away from each other.
All of the sudden, I get this feeling in my body. It's hard to describe. It was like a mix of getting a really weak electric shock, the kind that's
not painful at all, but its startling and buzzes you just a little, and the feeling you get when you go down a big hill on a roller coaster.
I even did a sort of black out thing, which seemed like it only lasted a second. But I was completely aware that everything was black, similar to
having your eyes shut. Then I got the feeling in my body again. Then it was over. My boyfriend didn't seem to notice anything, and I don't bring up
stuff like this with him, because he thinks he has a logical explanation for everything. So I was silently freaking out. Things are going through my
mind. I first thought I had a seizure or a stroke or something, but I'm only 23 and in pretty good health. If I didn't smoke I would say I was in
great health. Plus I'd like to think that if I was having a seizure or something, it would at least make my boyfriend look away from the computer
And thinking back about it more, I very clearly remember that before it happened I was laying on my back holding up the book to read it. After it
happened I was laying on my stomach with the book on a pillow. Then a few minutes later when I started reading again, I was rereading pages I had
It's just the more I think of this the weirder it is to me. I think I came up with the word time stutter, cause that's all I can think of to
describe it. Is that even real? I tried to search for it, but nothing was relevant. I'm not sure if this happens to other people as well. If it is
real, why would I notice it, and not my boyfriend who was 20 feet away?
Is this even an explanation for this other than I'm crazy?