We went to see The Sandlot this morning. It was playing in the theatre just below our apartment. I’d never seen it before, but I’d promised my friend Hinda that someday I would. (It’s been 25 years since it first came out!) When we were looking for something to do yesterday, we discovered its 9am showtime today and figured why not?
What a cute movie. I don’t particularly enjoy films starring kids, but I did like when I get to watch camaraderie and compassion as it develops. There was plenty of that plus a good few life lessons in the midst of it.
I woke up this morning and I remembered something from my dreams. It wasn’t a specific detail or even a feeling, it was a number.
Note: imagine my surprise when I noticed that the number on Shorts’s house in The Sandlot was… 1556!
I remember that I’d woken up and scrambled for a pen beside my bed and then made a note of it on my notepad. Even in sleep, I’d recognized the significance of a number. In the dream, I *think* someone had told it to me and then handed me a slip of paper with the number on it, but I don’t know what it was related to.
I don’t actually know how much I believe in angel numbers, but I do find it a magical feeling when a number appears in random situation like a dream or even a day dream or when you start seeing the same number over and over.
This happened to us when we went on a road trip to Seattle earlier in the year. In both hotels we stayed in, we had the same room number, 302. Sure, that isn’t super spooky, but it is a funny coincidence. When I asked around to friends, Hayley came back with this:
I’ve know this number to be a sign that your angels are listening and providing guidance towards your higher purpose in life. A sign to pursue your passions and embrace who you are fully. An amazing confirmation number that to me says jump on into the deep end of your souls purpose…it’s time 🙏❤️
So, comparing the two, they have similar themes. Interesting.
We have our first fantasy football draft tonight and I’m a little excited about that. One, it means that football season is just around the corner (#RiseUp, baby!) and two, I always love an opportunity to make a game out of something.
Above all else, I am so glad this is a long weekend! How are you enjoying it?