I dream of...murder?

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  1. Gina B

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    Although the one murderess may have been named Jeannie for all I know!

    What is your latest, totally off the wall dream?

    Before I share mine, let me explain that I've had a fever and am on medication. :smilewinkgrin: I'll spare the details of the dream and go with the basics!

    Theme: Quest to obtain Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory apples.

    Complications: Having to come across and run away from numerous murders and murderers during this quest.

    Tip learned from dream: When hiding from a murderer, do not hide behind a clear shower curtain that just happens to be in the middle of an alley and happens to have a mirror across from it. Even if the bad guy (girl in this case) doesn't see you at first, you'll be seen in the mirror as she walks away and you gesture to your friend that she's gone.

    Possible insight into either how much I love chocolate or a deep, deep, character flaw that calls for years of therapy: I saw someone murdered and my first thought was "Well he's dead, wonder if anyone would notice us taking the bag of RMCF apples and candy from his car?"

    One thing I learned: Dreams can have instant replay! During a part of my dream, I stood across a street and watched as the owners of a restaurant (also the owners of RMCF but they'd expanded) watched a video of me at their store earlier that day, ie earlier in the dream. That was cool, especially since the camera, like in real life, didn't capture the entire scenario, so on the video in the dream, I saw things coming in from the sides like you would on tv when someone walks into a room or the like, yet knew why they were there, where they had come from and such because of having lived it (in dream world) earlier (in the dream).

    I never did get my apple. *sigh*
     
  2. Melanie

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    Golly Gina!

    My best one that I can remember was all about flying....it was magnificent, I lifted out of my body and flew over the house and the suburb and then out into the great universe....I walked on a asteroid of the Pleiades, and watched for a while a nebula star creche. It was very beautiful and I felt very safe and free.

    The down side was I was incarcerated in a hospital with mental illness so was classified as a macademia nut. When I was ill I had very vivid dreams and surprisingly well retained in my mind. Now that I am "OK" my dreams are mundane,pedestrian and dare I say mostly beige.....normality is so boring!!:tongue3:
     
  3. Gina B

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    I'm jealous of your dream! That sounds really beautiful.

    As for Macadamia nuts...they happen to be my favorite!

    Normality is indeed over-rated by many. :flower:
     
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    My fav also....bit expensive over the ditch, so get a mix of macademia and cashew......yummy!
     
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    I think they're expensive anywhere! When we went to my daughter's Bass Bash concert, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory was in the same town so not only did I get my apples, but a beautiful Macadamia nut candy. It was Macadamia nuts layered over fresh caramel, then the entire thing was dipped in white chocolate. (they also had them dipped in milk chocolate or dark chocolate, but I'm a purist when it comes to regular chocolate...leave it alone, right?)

    I spent two days nibbling away at that one piece of candy! That's the tough thing with having five kids and a husband though...if I don't hide something, it is gone so fast! Leave it alone, and I've taken up to a month to finish something special, which is what leads me to the insane act of wrapping things in my personals in my dresser drawer. ROFL It's the ONLY way to make sure nobody wants to touch it! :saint:
     

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