We had a guy who died up here and the family wanted him buried in Southern California (San Bernardino). They wanted me to drop him off at the church between 1:00 and 6:00 P.M. on Sunday and then pick him back up at 11:30 A.M. on Monday. They had an all night viewing, but I didn’t need to stay for that. On Saturday, I set my alarm for 5:15 and planned to get up get ready, go to the mortuary and load then head down. Well, my alarm went off at 5:15, I got ready and left for the mortuary. About half way to the mortuary, I looked at the clock in my car and it showed that it was not even 5:00 yet. I looked at my cell phone and it said the same thing! It took a couple minutes then I realized that my alarm clock is a “smart” clock. It changes itself for the time change, but it is programmed under the old time change schedule. So a couple weeks ago, I had to manually change my clock when the time changed and then Sunday morning, it changed itself. So in actuality, I ended up getting up at 4:15!!! At that point, there was no sense in going back home, so I just got ready and left as planned and just got down to the church an hour earlier than I would have otherwise!
After I dropped the person off at the church, I had the entire afternoon to spare, so I went to a movie. About 20 minutes before the movie started, the theatre started to roll and shake. It lasted for about 10 to 15 seconds. I thought it was a little strange, so I just walked to the doorway and looked into the foyer, but no one seemed to be bothered by it, so I just went and sat back down and watched the movie. I never felt anything else, so I started to wonder if maybe it was just something in the building, like a bunch of people leaving at the same time or something. After I got back to the motel and logged onto the internet, I saw that there had been an earthquake around the California/Mexico border and that it was NOT my imagination and that I actually felt and earthquake!!! It was actually kind of fun and pretty cool!!!