Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh


I woke up from one of my dreams last night. That dream had turned annoying, and I awakened surprised how annoyed I was about it. I also was worried I'd have trouble falling back to sleep after that — it was approaching 5 o'clock — and considered just getting out of bed then.

But I did fall back to sleep, and dreamed again, a new dream: completely different circumstances and plot, this time about helping Mom with an event for my employers, um, Beyoncé Knowles, Solange Knowles, and Jay-Z. Yes, the dream was that specific. (The earlier dream wasn't.) In my dream I was needing to take care of an errand, and it hit me: both dreams were about me trying to be useful at a job, and the earlier dream was annoying because someone in it was actively preventing me from being useful. (And was bring a jackass about it, too.) In the later dream, I was figuring out how I was going to be useful, and I was being allowed to do the useful errand. Which I started to do, but didn't finish before waking up out of the dream.

Makes me wonder how Beyoncé, Solange, and Jay-Z are as bosses. The kind of bosses who let you do your job without making it overly difficult, I hope. I hope. ( an issue for me. I may have told you before.)
Tags: dreams

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