Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Jedi Hobbit

Well, to quote the great Fred Willard, "'Ey, Wha' 'appened??!"

A disjointed night's sleep's wha' 'appened, that's wha': I'm positive I turned off my bedside lamp last night, but either I didn't or I turned it back on at some point, because I opened my eyes around 4:30 and yep, there's light right next to my head, and I don't sleep as deeply when that's happening. I did sleep, and had a detailed dream where I was watching a film with Sean Astin as, um, Sam Gamgee, Jedi Hobbit. Partnered with Samantha Mathis, so, hey, there was cuteness, too, and there also was, of all things, the pocket watch from Harlan Ellison's "Paladin of the Lost Hour." (Here, the big significant thing is that Mathis was able to set the clock back, and if you've heard that story, you know why that's significant.) My dreams are involved, y0.

But great, this could mean more loopiness today, at least until I get myself fed and, to a certain extent, caffeinated. Not too caffeinated, mind you, because my body and caffeine have a kind of contentious relationship.

In nicer news, tanuki_green drove past my building last night so I could drop off my pictures of Sooj's concert, so those are on their way to Sooj and 'K. Yay!
Tags: dreams, harlan, star wars

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