I had previously mentioned starting a blog series, but had yet to do so. Well, here it begins.
While Jay was on tour, he found a tiny black book, entitled, “Superstitions: Omens, Charms, Cures 1787.” Knowing me well, he brought it back. I find this kind of thing to be very fascinating.
For our first superstition:
If, in eating, you miss your mouth, and the victuals fall, it is very unlucky, and denotes approaching sickness.
Kind of a common place thing that, I am sure, happens to many of us every now and again.