Superstitions are funny things.
Some people have a bunch. And, actually admit to them
Some people don't have any. Or say they don't.
Some people are just plain neurotic.
I can't say that I don't have any (as I toss a pinch of salt over my shoulder) but I don't spend a lot of time dwelling on them. I fall into the category of not so much superstitious as neurotic.
In life I think we all need to find a balance that we are comfortable with. That balance of hopping over that crack (my mom's getting old. She doesn't need a broken back) and freaking out because you can't remember if you made this years elections for your health insurance (which means you might possibly have committed your family to go to the local shaman for a year until the next open enrollment). See? It's all about balance.
What I'd really rather think about is Stevie Wonder. BTY, he was awesome at the White House Gershwin Awards this year. You can watch it on the PBS.org site.
Here's a little Stevie:
How's that for dodging the subject, Jen?
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