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Nov. 24th, 2004

i had the dream again...

this time it was marked by a special preparedness - as if my brain was combating the forces trying to keep the subconscious me from passing school. this time i had quit my job and gone back to school full time; i had bought a special laptop for all my schoolwork. in the dream, i kept almost dropping the laptop or leaving it somewhere it could be stolen. i started working on school on a monday, and there were some adventures (going to the white house for example, where i saw a lone protester carrying a sign that said "nixon smoked pot" and several young african-american women entering the white house, whom i assumed to be jenna bush's friends). by wednesday, i was feeling pretty good, sitting in a coffee shop fiddling with my laptop - except i realized suddenly - i had not yet attended a single class. i ran around trying to find a computer on which i could look up what, where, and when my classes were, and started trying to think of viable excuses. i found a terminal and couldn't figure out how to log in. then i woke up, defeated again.



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Nov. 24th, 2004 04:38 pm (UTC)
i saw a lone protester carrying a sign that said "nixon smoked pot"

That's a million times more fun than the school dreams I have sometimes, mostly involving being forcibly dragged to an exam by some sort of police force/junta and trying to convince them that I did not, in fact, register to take Overthrowing Democratically Elected Governments 302.

It's interesting how much school comes up in dreams, and how differently it functions for people.
Nov. 24th, 2004 05:17 pm (UTC)
I had some rip-roaring nightmares starring several monsters right out of Stephen King novels last night! That sucked pretty mightily.

I've had to put the horror on hold for the time being.
Nov. 24th, 2004 06:24 pm (UTC)
Last night I dreamed about...Hugh Laurie. Because I'm a weirdo. And probably because that "we are going to stick a huge needle in your EYEBALL" scene in "House" last night nearly made me hit the ceiling.
Nov. 25th, 2004 07:58 pm (UTC)
My dream was that I overslept and was late getting up for work today. It wasn't until I was in the bathroom, fumbling through the medicine cabinet for my toothbrush that I realized I wasn't even in my house. Then I woke up, just in time to get up for work.


I think I might be working too hard.
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