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510mot (3 stories) (262 posts)
+1
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
Rest assured that on both the giving and receiving end, the B.S. Blankie is an equal opportunity textile. I have heard of described as an extension of one's opinion. Opinions are said to be like an... Well suffice It to say everyone has a B.S. Blanket.
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
-2
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
510mot,
Forgive my crass and rude behavior. Your B.S. Blankie is by far the best we've got, and I shant bring the knitting up again.
(Bowing low as I back away from the master)

Jav
510mot (3 stories) (262 posts)
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
On either side of this debate there is only conjecture. Let me say this, the story is compelling. Not the usual "I heard foot steps" weakness. I certainly hope that this story holds up but if not... I think most everyone here knows I throw a mean B.S. Blanket.
TwilightGirl90 (guest)
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
I have noticed some of my friends are commenting on this story as well. Hello fellow friends! ❤ After reading this story I was quite surprised that a little you showed up. Normally, ghost or spirits are things that are dead. I wonder why she showed up, and why she doesn't like your son.
Hope nothing bad happens to him,
Tay ❤
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
+4
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
Yes, I admit. I did let loose on the author in those first comments I made. I could blame it on my knee jerk reaction as a mother, or just my complete inability to picture any other scenario that would lead me to forgo her final statement on the matter.
However, she wrote those words expecting a reaction. Maybe she didn't realize the reaction would be so fierce, maybe she did. In the meantime, I think I'll sit back and knit my own B.S. Blanket for this story. I have a feeling it may be warranted.

Jav
DeviousAngel (11 stories) (1910 posts)
+1
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
I have to agree with 510mot. The fact that the author gave birth to twins is something of note. Twins are usually hereditary, so I think it's possible that this "little Mia" was a twin who died either at birth or before she fully developed, and perhaps it is manifesting as the author as a child because that's how this spirit saw itself (since it was a twin). The fact that the unborn twin never had a chance to interact with her sister, the author, may be the reason that she's harassing his children. The last comment was a bit lax though... If something was hurting my child, I'd be pretty upset no matter what the reason.

I'm also curious as to the events that led to the author's divorce. Was there more reasoning or was it because of paranormal occurrences?

Hopefully the author will return to give answers, but if she didn't, I wouldn't blame her considering how furiously the first few comments attacked her.
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
+3
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
[at] 510mot,
We could speculate all day about this, and I agree that your explanation is a possibility, but going on what we've been given so far by the o|p makes the situation a dire one. So for the sake of all involved, let's hope the o|p sees fit to reply and give us a decidedly different outlook than what we've been left with. Because, honestly? This situation, as put forward here, without our speculation, doesn't sound kosher. And were we to err on the side of caution, which side would that be?

Jav
BadJuuJuu (guest)
+8
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
This tale is mismatched to say the least. How can words written in fog on a mirror echo? You don't know the pains of birth cause some girl was in the room? As I understand childbirth, it hurts bad enough you're going to notice regardless of what's in the room.
If this was meant to be interesting fiction, fail. The story is too helter skelter. If you truly believe some mini-you is chucking rocks at your son, you might want to consider talking to a doctor. Do it for your kids if not for yourself.
510mot (3 stories) (262 posts)
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
[at] javelina- This is purely speculative, but maybe the spirits appearances is indicative of the negect it feels as Mia has moved more and more past their initial relationship. One I suspect that was largely subconscious, as Mia hasn't stated anything about a lost twin. Perhaps Mia was far more interactive with this spirit early in her childhood when they agreed that "Boys ain't no good". Over time the connections got weaker, that is until a Boyfriend appeared. Maybe this is a bit of a protest? Jealousy?
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
[at] 510mot,
Good catch, it hadn't occurred to me that it could be a twin lost at birth because of her admission that the girl was her once she was confronted with the old snapshot of her with her father. But, I can see how that might be a possibility. I guess we just have to wait for a reply. Interesting concept though, a twin lost at birth, somehow stuck at that age, in that dress. Of course the dress is now unkempt and the hair messy and tangled. 😕

Jav
Miracles51031 (36 stories) (4802 posts) mod
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
510mot - thank you for putting this idea out here cause I was having all sorts of bad thoughts about this story. I didn't even want to comment because of the thoughts running through my mind. Hopefully she'll come back with something to give solid evidence of a lost twin.
510mot (3 stories) (262 posts)
+5
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
Has the idea that little Mia might be the ghost of a twin ever crossed your mind? Perhaps you could ask your parents. If for some reason they refuse to talk about it (some cultures view talk of the dead taboo, like Seminoles do.) examine your birth record and newspaper birth announcements. Its not unheard of for a surviving twin to be attached to a lost sibling, having never known them. Please look into this and keep us posted. Did you ever have an imaginary friend or recurring dreams about "yourself"?
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
 
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
Vintage,
Also, what was the point of including this sentence, "My boyfriend and I were starting to get pretty serious and really put it out there for everyone to see." It makes no sense, like much of your story.

Jav
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
+2
6 years ago (2011-06-04)
Vintage,
I don't understand this story. You start off by telling about an experience that took place in High School with an old boyfriend. Then you move into this story...
You say your husband "wouldn't ever talk about the weird things going on, so we divorced". Then you talk about this little "you" attacking your own son by throwing rocks at his head. Ending the whole mess with a message the little "you" left written on your sons mirror that read "Boys ain't no good".
To which you then surmise, "After all... I never liked boys anyway as a little girl".
I'm sorry, but this whole thing is too twisted for words. And if any of this is true, you need to talk to your doctor and get a referral to see a psychologist or psychiatrist asap.
Maybe I read this wrong, but I read through it twice just to be sure I was reading it correctly. You need help lady, find it fast.

Jav

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