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Dream Journal: Multi “false-awakening” sequence; 1991
I had been living with my girlfriend, My first real love, for about a year. We’d spent that year (and much of the year before) inseparable from each other. We hadn’t even considered the notion of not being around each other in that time. It was intense.

We’d had nights away from each other, but they always coincided with a focus of activity; i.e. girls night out / band practice, etc. We always ended up crashing together for the night.

The first time I stayed in and went to bed early (maybe I was sick, or had to get up really early for some reason) and waited for her to come home, I had no less than four dreams about “waking up” to her coming home and sliding in bed with me and telling me about her night. Complete with the taste of Cape Cods on her breath and cigarette smoke from the club in her hair (she didn’t smoke tobacco herself) and also her drunken, slurred cooing and wet tongue in my ear.

And all but the very first one of these dreams involved me telling her (in COMPLETE detail) about the previous dreams(s).

None of them seemed anything but 100% real at the time, but when she finally did get home (and EXACTLY the same thing happened) it was somehow decipherable as the “real” reality, which I’ve been in ever since.

Or have I?
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bombo:

Gyro captain

The Road Warrior was the first ‘R’ Rated movie I ever saw in the theater. At ten years old, I identified most with Max. Now in my 40s, I would most probably be more like this guy, if I were ever to survive any kind of apocalypse. And lucky enough to have a gyrocopter.

bombo:

Gyro captain

The Road Warrior was the first ‘R’ Rated movie I ever saw in the theater. At ten years old, I identified most with Max. Now in my 40s, I would most probably be more like this guy, if I were ever to survive any kind of apocalypse. And lucky enough to have a gyrocopter.

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