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I don't remember the beginning of my dream very clearly, but there was a part that took place in a museum and I either had seen a movie of my life or my life was like Groundhog Day, but I knew that some prisoners on a field trip were going to escape, somehow blend in and get weapons, and go on a murderous rampage that would kill my family. So I spent the whole time trying to avoid this situation and getting déjà vu and trying to change things from the way I knew they had been before. I only knew we were safe when the heroic happy-ending music began to play.

Later, I know that Mr B------ and I were sitting on our 540 prof's deck in the cold and talking to him through the window about our homework questions.

Even later, I was walking through Vichy and ran into SM and JA (from school) in the middle of town. They called me over because JA was having some problems with her ATM card and they thought I could help. So I came over and it turned out they were using one of the self-checkout machines from Meijer's (still, mind you, right in the open in the middle of town). Everything on this machine was backwards, so you had to swipe your card and sign (SM had to sign for her for some reason), then scan all of your food. Her problem was that she was starting out with everything already sitting on the weighing part, so nothing would scan. I taught them all about self-checkout machines and they were very grateful.

Then SM and I got onto the top deck of a double-decker bus and rode away, comparing our schedules for next semester. SM said he wished he'd gotten to know me better this semester, since we were only going to have 503 together next semester.

srah - Thursday, 27 November 2003 - 10:58 AM

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gravatar Mr. B--------- - November 27, 2003 - 11:34 AM -

Umm.... that wasn't a dream. How else do you think we got that homework done? :)

gravatar Jez - November 27, 2003 - 12:18 PM -

My God, woman, you're studying in your sleep! You need a holiday. Right now.

gravatar srah - November 27, 2003 - 12:37 PM -


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