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Hi there! Welcome to the KLP Blog, a journal about all the things that I love about life. Stay a while and say hello!

Hi, I'm kayla.

It’s Friday the 13th. Unlike many, this isn’t a day where I binge horror films or anything like that; for the most part, this isn’t something that usually even registers with me. I am not an ultra-superstitious or fear-loving person. It’s just not my style.

However, I thought for today’s blog it might be nice to touch on a few of the superstitions and fears that I do kind of adhere to…

  1. I DO HAVE THINGS WITH THE NUMBER 5

If I am checking something, I check it five times. Is the door locked? Let me turn the knob five times. Did I turn off the stove? I look at the stovetop and count to five. I don’t know where this started, but I know I’ve been doing it since college. I just feel better and sure that I didn’t make a big mistake if I count to five or check five times.

  1. PICKING UP THE PENNY

As a rule, I don’t necessarily believe in good or bad luck. However, if I see a penny laying head’s up, I’m probably going to pick it up. If there’s a penny head’s down, I might see if I can flip it somehow and then pick it up. It can’t hurt.

  1. KNOCK ON WOOD

If you’ve ever been on a consultation call with me, I am known to say “knock on wood–even though this is from IKEA and is probably only 5% actual wood.” If it’s around, I will knock on wood to reverse or prevent back luck. Again, it can’t hurt

  1. RABBIT RABBIT

The rumor is if you say “Rabbit Rabbit” as the first words of a new month it will ensure good fortune for the duration of it. Seems a little of a stretch, but if I remember to do it, I will.

  1. BAD LUCK COMES IN THREES

This one…it seems legit. In my life, problems come as a trio, so I do at times find myself waiting for the bottom to fall out after something not-optimal happens. Maybe this is real, maybe it’s just a self-fulfilling prophecy, whatever it may be, it seems legitimate in my life. Likewise, though, good things also seem to come in threes, so I guess I’ll take it. 

Are you superstitious? What superstitions do you believe in?

 Via t

Kayla Lee is a Minnesota-based wedding and elopement photographer. She provides services to elegant, authentic, sentimental couples who not only choose their own adventures, but also live them to the fullest! See more about the KLP Wedding Experience!

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