9.9.16

That one time I saw a spaceship



Okay, so. I have wanted to write about this for a while but then I took my obvious break from the blog and then quite honestly forgot about it haha. The title may sound silly but I promise you, I don't wear a tin foil hat on the weekends and I certainly don't go alien hunting. But I do have a story about something I saw and it's totally up for discussion as to what it really was.

Well let us begin! 

Last year a friend and I decided to have a girls night outside, the fire pit was going and we had blankets laid out and a ton of food. We were slightly intoxicated but lets not let that little tid bit derail our story because believe it or not I have never hallucinated or seen "something" that wasn't actually there while intoxicated. 

So, as the night went on we were laying on the blankets looking at the stars and seeing faces in the clouds that passed by, as you can imagine it was a super zen feeling. I mean how can laying on some blankets and staring at the stars not be relaxing? 

We started talking about life and getting into really deep conversations, we talked about our futures, our beliefs and about alien life. We got into a big discussion over the fact of whether we are controlled by aliens (lol) and how silly it is to believe that we're the only living beings in this ginormous universe. We talked about how cool it would be to see aliens and you can just imagine how much more alien talk there was, here's a hint: a lot. 

I would say it was around 11:30pm- midnight when we saw this thing hovering over us. It was a good 50-100 meters above my house, it moved very slowly and was a large rounded rectangle shaped thing. I'm not going to sit here and tell you it WAS a spaceship (but like, maybe it was?) but it was very very weird and shaped like something I have never seen before. Maybe it was a helicopter or a drone? I don't know. All I know is that it got a little too close for comfort and scared the living daylights out of both of us. 

I remember laying there and hearing, "do you see that?" and I could only squeak out a "yes". As soon as it left (which was almost five minutes later), we breathed a sigh of relief and I immediately grabbed my phone and went on social media to figure out if it was some sort of plane that was looking for something (or someone) or if anything weird was going on in my small town. I didn't find anything. 

So, did I or did I not see a spaceship? I'm going to go with a yes, I totally did! Do you want to know why? Because that story is so much more fun! I would rather let my imagination go wild and have fun with it than sticking with the realistic story that it could've been a very large drone or helicopter (that made NO NOISE?!).

The hilariousness of that night and how fun it really was is something I'll cherish forever. 

And not knowing what we saw makes it that much better.

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