Happy Monday! I'm not sure if it's entirely legal to say such blasphemy, but there it is.
I'm typing this from my iPad, so apologies for any formatting issues. Since my car battery crapped out on me this morning, my husband is up and occupying his laptop. Speaking of car troubles...
I watched this awesome movie once, and I can't for the life of me remember the title. I know it was a Korean subtitle horror flick.
Anyway, the opening scene showed this woman in her car, where it had died in the heavy snow. She's on the phone with her husband and a man stops to see if she needs assistance. She's creeped out by him and says no.
So then she gets off the phone with her husband to wait for the tow truck and sees the weird guys can parked in front of her. She's like, 'Huh?' When she turns on her headlights, he's standing there with a crowbar and nabs her.
Now, this story may not seem like much, but it triggered a massive fear I have that relates back to the whole looking out a dark window. Back when I was working the evil day job, I left at an ungodly hour and my neighborhood doesn't believe in street lamps. I was so terrified to turn on my headlights for fear of what might be lurking in the shadows.
Have you ever felt like you're being watched only to find no one is there?
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