Vivid dreams continue to manifest this week. Some excerpts:
On Tuesday morning I was dreaming about spending money to buy a '66 Chevy Impala (of which my father approved) and being escorted over an walking obstacle course by Harry Belafonte... only to be told that the experience cost me either $7000 or $10000 depending on whether or not I
paid a deposit... I spent the rest of the dream worrying about where I could get the money and if I could put it on my credit card.
This morning, I dreamt that I was escorting my father around the department where I went to graduate school. The goal in these meanderings was to get to a conference room where I was supposed to re-give my Advancement talk (part of the qualification for degree candidacy at that institution.) When asked by various faculty why I was doing this years after the fact, my response was that not enough people attended the first time and that it seemed shame that more people didn't know about what I was talking about. When I gave the talk, it seemed to go well. In fact, even my father commented afterward that it very well received. Of course, the truly interesting thing about the dream is that several of the rooms I walked through have since been renovated out of existence... or at least substantially modified.
At least I haven't been dreaming about Thunderbirds Are GO. I saw that this week. While the model work is AWESOME (even by today's standards), the thought of dreaming about the Supermarionation Tracy family makes my stomach churn.
on 2004-03-19 at 7:49 a.m.
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