I love coincidences. Coincidences are fun for me (I know, I know, I should get out more).
Take this coincidence:
One of my oldest friends ended up moving to Seattle to attend grad school at the University of Washington. After working as an environmental engineer for several years, she decided that she wanted a change, so she decided to go to massage school.
At the same time that she was starting massage school in Seattle, a friend that I met here in Colorado decided that he needed a change, so he moved to Seattle to attend massage school — the very same massage school.
Coincidence? Yes ... but it's still interesting, no? Oh, I think it is.
So here's another one:
Today is the birthday of five of our friends. Five.
And of those five, three are triplets and the other two are twins.
Yes, we know a set of triplets and a pair of twins who share a birthday. What are the chances of that?
I have no idea, but it sure does make it on to my list of interesting coincidences.