I've had quite a few of these experiences in my life, but the most recent was a few weeks ago at the eye doctor. I have been going to the same eye
doctor for several years and I have seen him probably about 10 times, one or more times per year, regularly. Like the original OP in this thread, I
... um ... tend to notice attractive people of the opposite sex - in my case, I notice men .. ESPECIALLY nice looking doctors who are about my
My eye doctor - Doctor D. - was always nice looking. He is (was?) medium height, thick build, with curly dark hair and Italian features.
So I went in for my yearly appointment and in comes Dr. D. Except it's NOT doctor D. It IS doctor D ... same name, same bio on the website (I
immediately checked when I got home) ... but he had grown AT LEAST 6 inches, was way more narrow in the shoulders and face, and he didn't look very
Italian at all. He was lighter all around - hair, eyes, skin. He was actually much, much nicer looking. The new Dr. D was super hot.
I couldn't get over it. He talked like he had been my doctor for years and knew all about my eyes (I have some issues with pressure and sometimes
need extra tests), he referred to his notes as his own, and he talked about being "our age" (Dr. D. has always been the same age as me).
It was a totally different man, though. I like the new Dr. D better. I would have definitely noticed in the past if this same man was this talkative
and friendly, and I certainly would have noticed if he had been THAT nice looking. I would have dressed better for my appointment
I asked the lady at the desk ... "Did you guys have another doctor for a while?" The answer was no, it had always been just Dr. D and Dr. R, who is
a little old man.
Then, the next day, I was talking to a close friend from work. He was perplexed. He had been given a stick pin that belonged to his grandmother 30
years prior when she died. It had been in a small but ornate silver box. He said he knew exactly what it looked like because he often times opened
the box to put small valuables inside, and that it had been square and had a very small diamond inside a series of shacked squares. He said that the
night before he opened the box to get out a small valuable he had placed inside and not only was the other item gone, but the stick pin was now a
pearl topped pin, and the pearl was kind of yellowed with age.
I told him to google "timeline shifts" (this was not my first rodeo when it comes to timeline shifts).
Whatever happened a few weeks ago wasn't really missing time, but more like a dimensional shift, and we both experienced it .. or we have early-onset
Alzheimer's or something but I've been noticing things like this since I was a kid.
Thanks for all the stories, they are fascinating.