meaningless wonderful coincidences – synchronicity

I was on a long drive coming back from a relative’s funeral on the NSW North Coast last Saturday. On the drive I had one of those weird experiences that you think should mean something, but does not.
I was cruising down the Hume Freeway at high speed listening to cool loud music on my iPod connected to the car’s sound system. I skipped a few less appealing tracks as I approached a truck, settling on a track just as I drew up behind a truck. I recognised the song as Suzanne Vega and looked down at the track title to confirm. The car stereo was saying LUKA. I looked up at the back of the track and straight at the letters LUCER printed on its rear. Look at that I said to my daughter sitting next to me pointing at the track title and then the letters on the truck. That is weird we said to one another, then I overtook the truck.

Author: Ronnie Strong

Ronnie came to writing fine erotica via his studies and career in professional writing. He grew up in East Doncaster, during the sixties and seventies. Ronnie then lived in student share houses in Fitzroy during the 1980s. He moved further north in Melbourne's suburbs over the years. He also had an interlude in a country town and Melbourne’s inner western suburbs. He is now very settled in a little pocket of Reservoir near La Trobe University. That is where he completed his PhD. Ronnie is a working parent with young children. His day job as a policy officer with a government department is a bit of a distraction, but does pay the bills. Ronnie loves music and has been a David Bowie fan all his life. He follows the Sydney Swans AFL football club. He also like reading and great movies and television series.

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