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A true encounter during the day, on a street where there were other people… so it wasn’t scary, but still a rather strange incident.
A lovely sketch out of a weird experience! I think I know how you felt. Maybe he was attracted by you and just wanted to share the walk on such a lovely day. The white horse of carousel and others in the last post is so nice, too.Yoko
Hello,Evelyn, Sketches are beautiful and so you are, that attracted a stranger! Next time, you have to tell that guy,"Come with me, there, my hubby is waiting." Cheers,Sadami
How weird...thank goodness nothing happened to you! Were you really wearing a red hat? Very cute ;D
I'm sure that wasn't a nice moment, at least there were more people on the street...Have a good week Evelyn! ;-)
Yoko, thanks. I think he was a bit crazy...Salami, thanks. No, he'd follow I think, but he'll be too weird. Kaori, thanks. Yeah, I got a new red hat in San Diego a few weeks ago.Lucia, glad there were other people around. Otherwise it would have been creepy.
You probably should have ran.... or if you kept a ninja sword across your back, that could have been fun.... or maybe if you had a pet dragon in your purse.... anyway, I'm glad nothing bad happened!!
Joe, I was actually too scared to run. I normally walk quite fast when I'm wondering alone in dodgy neighbourhoods (where this incident happened)... A dragon would be good, one I can climb on and would fly me around town. Cool!
Seems to me you did the right thing, ignore and walk on normally. Another topic for an e-book: what to do when.... for kids? If your ears are burning, you'll want to visit Kaori's Wednesday post... ;-)
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