posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 02:09 PM
Okay. At the risk of sounding like a total loon, I have to say that one of the strangest things I've ever experienced just happened to me. Took a
break from work just now to take a quick walk outside for a breath of fresh are. Was wearing my white ski jacket. So I'm listening to my iPod and
stopped to watch the cars pass by.
It's 3:00 local time, the temperature is 45 with about a 10 mph wind blowing, and my back is to the sun. In about a minute, I felt like the top back
of my head was on fire. I reach back to feel it and it's burning up to the touch and feels like i just leaned my head against a pot of boiling water.
I mean it's cold out (not freezing but pretty cold). I looked around to see if maybe the sun was reflecting off the glass of the building or what,
I was just in the direct path of the sun. There's no product in my hair to attract anything, and I've never felt this kind of heat even on a beach
when it was 95 degrees. I ran back inside kind spooked and had a friend and coworker feel the back of my head, and he was like, "Whoa." So I'm not
entirely off here.
What the heck? Am I losing my mind?