Monday, July 1, 2013

7/1/2013

The following dream must be related to the discovery that happened last Saturday; after being suddenly reminded of Jeremy, I went to Sunset Mass, really hoping to seek some answers and some solace from the whirling mind but ended up running into Stephanie (or so I thought. I still remember her face, but I'm not 100% sure if it was her). 

Bleh, I returned home in a deeper wonder than ever.

Charlie will attest to that.

Back to business.



I dreamed that he had called me out for a drink and while I was in my room getting ready, my Mom had allowed him in and asked him to be comfortable and wait for a second.

He brought me to this drinking place, which resembles something like the revolving restaurant at KL Tower in real life. There were benches of three in each area (more to encourage socialization, methinks) and a long list of alcoholic drinks.

Socialize, I did. He was rather uncomfortable but kept a close eye in case that I'm being pounced on by some suspicious crook.



Shortly before heading down to an acquaintance's hair salon, I had a field time being surrounded by friendly puppies (yet again!) One of 'em knocked down an empty waste paper basket and curled up inside it, comfortably slept.

While my Mom spoke to the acquaintance over some final decisions, I collapsed on the couch at the seating area, waited patiently in silence.

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    1. Thanks, WB, but he's no longer a pup. He's a 9-year-old hyperactive doggie. =D

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  2. ok, this is too difficult for clueless folks like me to decipher, yeah. though the addition of puppies to any dream sounds nice :D

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    1. It enlightens the dream so much further, Sean. Just wondering what breed of puppies I'll dream of the next time. =)

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  3. Oooo...lovely puppies!!! My daughter would love to have one like that.

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    1. It's a lot of work involved, suituapui. The doggie in the picture was mine, and he's an active 9-year-old who behaves like a human toddler. =)

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  4. Interesting...dream. ;)

    It sounds like you had a lot of fun in your dreamspace.

    I get a lot of weird dreams (I mean, real dreams) that sometimes makes me wake up actually feeling angry or sad.

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    1. I've had my fair share of the sad/angry dreams too, Huai Bin. It all depends on what I'm going through in the real world... not just the happy dreams. =)

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    1. That's cool to know, Libby. It's good to hear that I'm not the only one who wakes up in the morning, with dreams still swirling in my sleepy mind. =)

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