The sky was dark, and there was rubble in every direction. Destruction had (somehow) taken over the earth. And all you could see was gray. Remnants of what used to be. There were only three of us left. Me and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (both dressed in formal clothing,) and a creepy taxi driver who was our tour guide in this apocalyptic life. She was driving us to locations we had known in our previous lives. We were talking about dropping acid. We were well aware that this was our new 'normal.' There was no going back. Now it was all going to be gray.
This was a dream I had a couple nights ago. And try as I might, I couldn't put the pieces together. I don't know why Mr. Gordon-Levitt made a guest appearance. And I'm not really sure why we were talking about hallucinogens. One thing I do know is that my dreams have always been really vivid. Even as a small child.
I love to dream. My dreams inspire me, and sometimes I dwell on them for far too long the next day. Peppy doesn't remember his dreams, and Gage doesn't remember many of his. But Owsley? As soon as he wakes up he will tell me what he was dreaming about. "Went to Mickey Mouse's house!" "We bought new babies at ToysRus!" (At least I am assuming this is what he was dreaming about, and not his personal agenda for the day.)
When I was a server I would regularly have server nightmares. I would go to sleep at night, and be waiting tables (in horrible situations) all night long. I know server dreams are pretty normal among people who wait tables.
And don't even get me started on the dreams I would have when I was pregnant. Man, hormones do crazy things to you.
So let's talk dreams. Do you remember your dreams? Do you have work related nightmares? Regular nightmares? Do you have recurring dreams?