2020 Day 31: Delivering a washing machine through the multiverse

As I’m typing this, a Low’s truck with a new clothes washer is heading to my brother’s house. Originally, the delivery was scheduled for yesterday. However, my brother had received a letter in the mail stating that the mountain road was going to be closed most of the day. It ended up remaining open all day and had my brother not read the letter, the washing machine would have already been delivered.

Since then we have been looking at different options to take my brother and family to the airport with all of their luggage. We explored lots of different options. At one point one of their cars was going to be parked at a friend’s house near the airport. At another point two cars would be parked there. Now we are in a universe where no cars will be parked there. I just found out that the delivery truck is running ahead of schedule  and so my brother decided to delay his trip to the airport rather than have me drop him off return before the delivery.

Once the delivery truck gets here, there will be some more decisions to be made. The route to take for removing the old washing machine and moving the new one into place. Last night we measured different routes and finally found one that looks like an interference pattern of the other routes that were not ideal for one reason or another.

The replacement of the washing machine was a last minute decision when the current washing machine broke a few days ago. A family with 4 kids is renting my brother’s house for a month and they had previously told my brother how happy they were that there was a washing machine. So, leaving with a broken washing machine was not an option.

Renting to the family with 4 kids was also a last minute decision. The house had been offered for rent with no takers and I was planning to house sit it for part of the time they were gone. As he was taking the ad down, the family with 4 kids notified him that they wanted it.

From what I know about universe surfing and parallel universe interference, I suspect that there are more interesting universe collisions to come around this series of events.

Author: J. Sands Loch

Student and teacher of reality in all its forms. I self-published my personal experience of discovering and trying to understand and use a model of reality based on the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: Surfing the Multiverse: Finding Happiness One Universe at a Time Available on Kindle and from Amazon, and found in blog post form at: SurfingTheUniverse.com

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