Saturday, March 03, 2007

Welcome To My Nightmare, Baw, Haw, Haw......

Good morning Bloggity Friends.

Before I start my day, I'd like to share with you some of the highlights of last night's dreams.

Please keep in mind that I still have the flu and am running a fever at night.

My son, Dave, looks out the front window and sees a gorilla. He decides to go outside and attempts to wrestle with it just for fun. Just as he's got his arms around it to try to slam it to the ground in one of those fake WWF wrestling moves, he realizes that he's no match and it's not going to turn out good. I see the fear in his eyes and I can't do anything about it.

The jackets that my sisters and I keep buying and returning for our dad for his birthday months ago are looking more and more "ghetto" and still don't fit him. We all wonder if he is getting smaller and smaller.

Capt head is turned around facing his back, I have to point this out to him because he doesn't realize it.

There is water pouring out of some attic entrance in my house and Capt's friend, who I don't even know, shuts the door and turns the power off saving us all from electricution. Meanwhile, his wife, a heavy set blonde, is laying on the livingroom floor taking a nap in the middle of a party.

Oh, and the party is being hosted by my daughter; hundreds of her friends are here. I ask why there is a party and what it is for and my son Dave tells me that it's an alternative dance party and he starts showing me the moves and looks quite good. So I try the dance moves and I look like I'm having a seizure.

The roof of my house is leaking so much that I don't have enough towels and blankets to sop it all up.

I time travel to my past and become friends with myself when I was eight. (I am in the middle of reading a book - The Time Traveler's Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger, so that dream is not sooooo weird).

Do any of you have weird dreams when you are sick?


Morning Glory said...

Oh my word, I think you'd better try to stay awake! Those are bizarre. Poor Capt. Doesn't know if he's coming or going.

I can never remember my dreams to tell about them, yet in my mind I can vaguely remember them. Weird, I know.

yerdoingitwrong said...

okay. These are hysterical!!! Don't the weirdest things seem so simply explained in a dream???

I loved this post. Made my night!!

My best dreams came when I was pregnant. wow, some of those were strange!!

Lala's world said...

I don't need to be sick to have weird dreams! I have strange dreams a lot! as a kid though I used to have reaccurring nightmares. they were horrific! and I knew what was going to happen and couldn't stop the dream!

hope you are better soon!

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