~*Crushed*Glass*~ (crushedglass) wrote,
~*Crushed*Glass*~
crushedglass

dream- kittens and josh

I went to bed pretty early last night. Ryan was over and he and Steve were
in the office. It was one of the few times that I would have liked to have a
door to close. They weren't being loud though and it didn't take me too long
to fall asleep. Maybe a little longer than usual. I don't know. I had some
long and weird dreams. Most of it is all fuzzy now. The end part is more
fresh. I was with Josh (who was my first boyfriend ever, though this took
place now) at his house I think. I had my shirt off at one point but we were
going to leave and do something else maybe and I was getting dressed again.
All of a sudden I was finding kittens in the blankets in his bed. a few of
them looked a little sickly with yucky eyes. Then came a part that is a
recurring theme for me, though I haven't had a dream like this in a while.
There was some screen... or something. Some part of the window maybe? but it
was in segments and the kittens were all by this window trying to get out
and we had to get them all out of the way to shut it. Usually this kind of
dream is frustrating. I'll try to get the cats (it's always cats, and often
kittens) in or out of whereever and get the door or window closed but they
keep coming and even when I set one aside it will come back while I'm
getting another. In this dream we actually finally got them all in and the
screen (or window or whatever it was) closed. I do not know what this dream
means. Seems like it would mean something in particular to me since it pops
up often enough.

Today I am picking Mikale up from school. He gets out at 2 so I'll have a
bit of time for lunch and online (or offline maybe) reading.

It's a chilly, gray morning.
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