I had a dream that I was very slowly turning into a zombie, and I had a few days to produce everything my dwindling intellect had to offer before I was to be shot between the eyes as an undead brain-eater. It was really bitter-sweet, because, while quite scary and depressing, I got off my ass and did some stuff.
Okita wrote:I barely remember what she looked like (I have a faint memory of long hair) but I knew, instinctively, surely through and through knew that she was perfect and that I wanted to spend my life with her.
I had this experience in real life. It was my brother's birthday, the whole fam was sitting around at this health-food co-op when she started walking toward us. I noticed how cute she was immediately, and then she started talking to my brother. Apparently they're friends. She said hello, and introduced herself to the rest of us. She was shy, and embraced the inherent awkwardness of the situation without making it seem uncomfortable. Afterwards I told my brother that I had immediately fallen in love with her. He agreed that she's amazing and told me about a fake protest she'd organized.
She, my brother and some of their other friends all stood around near a group of abortion protestors, holding signs that said things like:
Up Your Amount of Dolphins!
I no longer remember her name, but the desire to spend the rest of my life with her remains in full force.
(sorry,very much off track)
clockworkmonk wrote:While not in the strictest sense a dream, as I was awake. But this morning, for the third time, I experienced sleep paralysis. All times I was in bead, unable to move. And sum fuzzy blur was choking me. Or trying to. couldn't move, scream, or anything. Not pleasant.
Ugh. That's the worst. I've only ever had it for 5-10 seconds, and never had the problem of the unseen attacker (though I hear it's common), but it's still terrifying.