Saturday, April 5, 2008

Dream Date April 5, 2008

Vincent, my blogging buddy who lives across the Atlantic, moved to the United States. He moved into the house behind where I lived in the dream. Only, he had no idea that it was me he was moving behind and I didn't know he was planning on it either. I found out about it while I happened to be "spying" by looking through binoculars into the windows at night. I saw him standing on a ladder while he was painting the ceiling. I was surprised to see it was him. I thought I'd play an innocent little joke on him, like make him think I was psychic or something, by calling him on the phone and asking him how he liked painting his ceiling. He'd be surprised that I knew what he was doing, since he didn't know he was living right behind me.

8 comments:

Vincent said...

Well, well! I think you will have to interpret this yourself, Sophia. It sounds very much like an incident from that book you were reading when we first met online: Sophie's World. Interesting. I'm still thinking of that website idea we discussed.

Siegfried said...

Well, well, dreams can come true. Or come thru.

Struggle For Justice said...

Wow, Sopham you still love the world of dreams and I have a few to share. There is still so much mystery surrounding them and I wonder if we'll ever understand.

Struggle For Justice said...

Make that Sophia. I have a Dell and the keyboard is the pits. Sorry

Sophia said...

Hi Vincent,

Can you believe I never finished that book? It was unintentional that I stopped reading it. I think the next time around I'm going to just get the audio book. Yes, I remember the dream-like quality of the events in that book!

I don't know what the dream could mean, but I must look-up to you, since you were standing on a ladder. :) You're a likeable kind of guy!

Sophia said...

Siegfried,

I was reading a web site about dreams the other day. It's from the "Heroes" t.v. show's website. Someone posted their dream, and someone else commented, saying, "How do you know we're not six billion people sharing the same dream?"

I thought to myself, "How do you know we're not one being dreaming we're six billion people?"

d. chedwick bryant said...

Ok this one rings a bell--I have had similar dreams --being playful with friends, joking... it's nice.

Sophia said...

D.,

I'm glad we can have a sense of humor in our dreams!