What superstitutions, if any, plague you the most and how?
My superstitions are self-imposed and are tied to my boys and their sports. If they hit a homerun, score a touchdown, get a pin, score a goal, sink a 3-pointer . . . then I am driven to park in the same spot the next game/match. Not always easy. A friend said, "Amy, do you really think you have any control over their games?" The answer, of course, is no. No to having control over anything!
1. spinning things on a flat surface always give me the creeps. I just heard it was bad luck and I try not to do it.
2. Crossing my legs or anything when I'm getting a haircut. I feel like this is also bad luck and will somehow negatively effect the outcome.
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