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Sunday, October 28, 2012
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- Two brooms crossed and hung on a wall or nailed to a door, or a broom placed on the ground by the main door is a sign of protection.
- Brooms should be placed bristle up, not only to help them last longer, but also for good luck.
- People place brooms outside their main door to ward off evil.
- Placing a small broom under your pillow will keep away nightmares.
- Yorkshire belief states that if a young girl accidentally steps over a broom handle, she will become a mother before a wife.
- If you drop a broom, you will have company. (I've heard this for dropping cutlery, too.)
- To bring rain, stand outside and swing a broom around your head.
- It is bad luck to loan your broom to anyone, even friends.
- If you place a broom on the floor with guests over, it indicates they have been there long enough. Yet if you sweep right after they leave, it will bring them back.
- It is bad luck to move a broom. A new house requires a new broom.
As his ship plummets toward Earth, Cael believes his life to be over. His last ditch effort to save himself ends in a fiery crash. When he wakes up, he believes he’s entered the afterlife, but his surroundings indicate otherwise. He made it to Earth. But who saved him, and what do they want with him?
Jessica Subject started writing to encourage her daughter to read. Now she writes to keep herself grounded. Although she reads many genres, she enjoys writing Science Fiction Romance the most and believes everyone in the universe deserves a happily ever after. She lives Southwestern Ontario, Canada with her husband and two kids and loves to hear from anyone who has enjoyed her stories.