I'm already forgetting them. I better write them down.
UPDATE! I'm so excited because the "synchronicity trend" in my life is continuing. If ONLY someone could put together the dots and lead me to some meaning. Here is the next one. A. Yesterday, my son and I visited Covered Bridge Park in Allentown in order for him to do some volunteer hours with an outfit that trains rescue dogs. We struggled to find the right parking lot and I drove over the bridge about four times (which was scary, by the way). B. Today, I open up my laptop and first thing Microsoft gives me is a photo of a covered bridge that I've never seen before. It's just filling up my screen. It's not as dramatic as the yellow submarine, but it's certainly a coincidence (Microsoft Edge/Bing Homepage gives me beautiful scenes every day I open my computer. Some are repeats. They are usually 100% nature. I don't use Edge or Bing, but I don't turn it off because I often research the location of the photo before I move over to Firefox or Chrome.) PS Tried to find the covered bridge picture again, but I can't find it. Hopefully it will pop up again so I can capture it.
1. A. I thought yesterday about how there are so many people in India with the same/similar names (Sanjay Patel was a guy I worked for as a temp at Goldman Sachs back in the day; I have noticed many Sanjays and many Patels) -- even more so than with Smith/Jones/Martinez/Rodriguez (the most common names that come up in my area). B. I saw the film Yesterday (starring Himesh Patel) this evening and my husband mentioned seeing a celebrity who hails from India talking about exactly that -- that so many people in India have the same name. (I'm not sure who the celebrity is. I imagined a comedian). 2. A. Jim mentioned then that when he directed Little Shop of Horrors at a high school, one of the students involved had the last name Patel. B. Today, I read a part of my book (I'm reading my own book again to help me with continuity as I write the second volume) in which Robin tells her mother she is going to a production of Little Shop of Horrors. 3. A. In Yesterday, a little, toy, yellow submarine is an important prop. B. I came home, decided to do a short basement clean-out in order to take advantage of garbage collection tomorrow, and found myself staring at a shelf with a little yellow Beatles-inspired submarine on it. (It was a lunch box with baseball cards in it). 4. A. Was talking to John about this guy who worked at his karate dojo - super dorky high school kid. I told him this whole back story I made up about how he had been bullied and was trying to cope by taking karate. John had passed his black belt test while the older kid failed miserably even though he worked there (or appeared to work there). B. Saw the preview for a film about this very subject last night. (Again we are still in this weird 24 hours window of coincidences). 5. There is a lesser one -- just that Lily James was wearing a jean jacket with a dress and I've been doing quite a bit of debating, online window-shopping, and considering whether I should get one for my wanderings around England. This also coincides with the views of English countryside certainly being something I expect to see soon (but not in the same place). It's weird. 6. Just before leaving to see the film Yesterday, I had a film started on Amazon Prime called Spotlight but decided not to watch anything because I was going out to a movie after all. I decided I would watch it another day. B. After the film, Jim mentioned that the movie about the Boston church scandal (that's Spotlight) was one of the films that was played at his place of employment during a regular "Movie and a Mass" activity.