I stopped talking about this pretty quick when I noticed I was irritating those around me.
I have lived in Nipomo for one and a half years. In that time period the Social Service's office has been in the front right corner office space of a open facing U shaped complex. I have been there at least six times. Several weeks ago I was directing my staff who was driving me to the office to this office space. On the sign above the door she said it was State Farm Insurance. I was completely taken back. I may be legally blind but I can recognize shapes of buildings and where they are set from the road.
My worker drove clear around to the back of the building. In the very back separate from the horse shoe shaped complex was Social Services. When I went inside they said they had been in the front at one time but had been were they are now for the last six years. I wanted badly to talk to someone about this, but the few people that were around me ( I have no close friend here) either became irritated or accused me of just forgetting where it was.
I understand their reactions. They are uncomfortable when their pretend world wobbles in any way.
This is the second time something like this has happened to me. The first time was the change in the Mt, Saint Helens Volcanic explosion timeline. (In the state of Washington USA) With that one things became so messed up their were different articles about the 'major' explosion each with completely different years. The reason I KNOW the dates are wrong is because I was a child then and had spent the year of the explosion out of state. I had missed the whole thing. But then suddenly all the dates where when I was home.
So my question is two fold. Can I really base when I KNOW the volcano exploded on what 'I' remember or is there a chance my memories are screwed up too.
My second question is, like with the Social Services office, who else has experienced this and in what way. Its not really important but I am really curious and am wondering if it is gaining in frequency.