Do you remember your dreams or tend to forget them upon waking? Do you have any recurring dreams or nightmares?
Well, anyone who knows me, knows that sleep time for me is more like an extreme sport than a restful slumber. There are vivid nightmares and dreams, astral travels, book writing episodes, and sometimes I even get out of bed and get involved. And I often incorporate the stand by light on my television. Once it was a beacon in the middle of the desert that I could never quite reach. I must say I can't ever remember waking up feeling rested. I'm usually exhausted.
But last night was a bit special because I experienced smell. And I don't remember ever having done that before. It was an awful strong perfume scent. These three ladies walked past me and I could smell the perfume. It was very overpowering. Mind you not that I had much opportunity for dreaming last night due to the snoring coming from Daz. I think I really did come close to putting a pillow over his head.
A few years ago I was having some real doozies so I was writing them down each day. So I shall leave you with a little dream I dreamed on 13/6/04. It was a Sunday.
I was a police detective and my partner and I were in an underground car park chasing a woman doctor. (Reason unknown). I saw a woman crouching on the ground and I shot her across the side of the head. Blood was everywhere and very red. My partner told me it wasn't the wanted doctor but another police detective. Oops. Next thing I have the doctor and she is a specialist in period pain and I was asking her how to make mine better and she keeps saying she will tell me tomorrow. She keeps trying to touch my stomach and I keep slapping her. Then she reaches behind me and touches the back of my knee and tells me I have to be careful I don't get any lumpiness back there.
Woke up and had some naprogesic.
QotD: Dream Weaver May 14, 2010