Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Dream diary: Part 2

It's been an exciting few weeks, dreamwise. None of these will make my Most Awesome Dreams Ever list, but they're worth sharing.

The Case of the Shrinking Shoes
Okay, this is actually the most mundane dream I've ever had. All night, I dreamed that I was loading and unloading the dishwasher and trying on shoes. The only interesting part is that the shoes kept shrinking and expanding.

The Japanese Spy
We're about to leave for our vacation when Dad announces that a Japanese spy will be accompanying us. Mom and Dad are deeply concerned that we will be offended by her immodest outfit, but all I care about is the fact that the spy is requiring us to wear masks (masquerade ball type masks) for the entire trip. And apparently, Dad's plan is to drive me, Mom, and Kimberly to California, drop us off, and then turn around to pick up Tyrel. I was trying to explain to him the idiocy of this plan when I woke up.

The Moral Dilemma
I wish I could remember the specifics of this dream, but basically I was on this epic moral quest and old guys kept trying to get me to stray off the strait and narrow. But I CHOSE THE RIGHT. To be honest, I think it would have been a much more interesting dream if I had succumbed to evil temptations.

Domino's, Again
I'm checking my schedule at Domino's, confused for the 547th time as to why I'm still working there, and I notice that my manager has scheduled me to close the next day. In Indianapolis. (Which was in Ohio, for some reason.) I'm supposed to open in Payson the next day, and I'm only allowed to travel by boat. So I sail to Ohio and work for a couple hours, narrowly escape a knife murderer, and then head back to Payson. When I walk in the store, my manager tells me it was just an April Fool's joke. I was still mad about it a couple hours after I woke up.

Feast of Plenty
The night before Fast Sunday, I dreamed about drinking orange juice and eating brownies. Rude.