Friday, 15 March 2019

Cornwall's Streets Are Filled With Money Waiting To Be Picked Up!

A pile of UK money coins

A different sort of post today - so no photos of Cornwall's wonderful beaches, cliffs, harbours and so on. Just a pile of money instead.

The coins in the photo are just a few that my wife has found. She finds them on a regular basis when we are out walking (in Cornwall). I never see them but she'll bend down suddenly and it'll be another coin found.

I put this down to the fact that she expects to find coins - so she does! My wife's father died when she was only four but he had a saying that the streets are full of money just waiting to be picked up. So perhaps he's sending her a reminder that he's still about - who knows!

Oh, and another thing, the coins usually arrive in batches of three. Many people say 'things' come in threes. If she finds two, she says that she'll find a third - and does. It's that word expect again working the magic!

I think on a much bigger level that we often tend to get from life what we expect to get from life.

6 comments:

  1. I believe that what you've said is true! It's always fun to spot a coin on the ground so a collection of this size tells me that there has been a lot of pleasure on your walks!

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    1. Thank you Ann. Yes, it's fun to find a coin, even if it's only a penny. Karin even found a coin when we were high in the Austrian Alps and there was thick snow on the ground!

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  2. Great story, Mike. 😊👍👛💰

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  3. Well, this is a very different post from you Mike. I too seem to see lost coins on the ground when out walking but not so regularly as your wife seems to. Interesting.

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    1. Thanks David. Interesting that you find coins as well. I find it strange that my wife sees the coins but I don't. Perhaps her eyesight is better then mine!

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