Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

*side-eyes his subconscious*

I was concerned. I went to bed feeling, at some level, that my dreams would be disturbing. Woke up briefly during the night, and still felt that. So I told my subconscious: No. Please don't. And went to sleep.

And the dreams were, I'm glad to say, boring. Boring in an acceptable way, because at the time I preferred that to the alternative that my mind seemed to be setting me up for.

I still, generally, rarely have disturbing dreams. And I definitely didn't want any last night.

That happened after what had been a long, annoying Tuesday. Annoying days happen. So do disturbing dreams, but at least I headed them off.

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