Me? Rational? What?

19 03 2010

Vivid dreams have never bothered me… I’ve always had them, so unless they’re something incredibly-vividly-vivid or something that could happen, they don’t freak me out.
Last night’s dream found me awake in a panting, sweaty mess; freaked out.
When it came time to roll back over, I was still scared. But then I thought about it.

Okay Stephanie…. let’s think about this. Could you actually be a side-kick to a Jason Statham and/or Arnold Schwartanegger?
Also, would anyone in their right mind hire you as a bodyguard?
And when’s the last time you were able to carry two 6-8 year olds, one under each arm, AND run up an elegant marble staircase? Without tripping…
So, remind me, what are you afraid of?

And Just Like That, I was back soundly asleep.
Well, after giving up the fight of DogAndManAndBlanket vs. Stephanie, I grabbed my emergency* comforter and was back to dreaming of high-speed trains and countrysides.

* Requested Christmas Present. Steve and Bailey often take up 97% of the bed and 99% of the comforter. So I asked for a quality comforter I could keep on my side of the bed for such occasions.

Now playing: Technotronic – Pump Up The Jam
via FoxyTunes



5 responses

19 03 2010

i have a ‘deputy assistant adjacent back up blanket’ for the same reason…

19 03 2010

I love it when I can *really* remember my dreams. I know I dream every night, but most of the time I only remember a foggy feeling of the dream. It’s way better when I can remember exactly what I did in the dream, the people in the dream, the places I went in the dream… I wish I could remember the details more often 😦

Only once can I ever remember being afraid from a dream. I was probably around 7 or 8 years old – I dreamt that a volcano erupted underneath our house. I wonder was subconscious thing my mind was trying to tell me that night? LOL!

20 03 2010

Vivid dreamers are lucky. I know I dream, but never remember them. Wonder why that is?

20 03 2010

I only have a chance at remembering my dreams if I’ve had enough sleep and am into overtime. Doesn’t happen that often 🙂 Or if it’s a rare one that scares me. Thankfully that doesn’t happen often either.

However, if I want – peanut butter & jelly before a nap for vivid dreams!

21 03 2010
Stephanie of Stopbouncing

daisyfae: All hail the extra blanket!

Jill: sometime it takes DAYS to remember a dream and then I can’t remember if it was something that really happened or a dream….
A volcano eh? I do have some volcano insurance I can sell ya.

Becky: mmmm, PB&J.

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