Let me start off by saying that despite not posting for almost a month, I have been having a ton of dreams. The problem has been that I'll have one, wake up when it's over in the middle of the night, think it over, and decide that yes, I'll be able to remember this in the morning. Then I end up waking up and not remembering it at all, or remembering one tiny detail that is useless without the rest of the dream, and so not worth writing up.
Luckily, I had two dreams last night, both of which I remember.
The first one was about and epic trip to Scotland. But a Scotland that was located much closer to Canada than England. Let me draw you a map.
Anyway. I was at home and hanging out with Elliott and Gary. We decided that we wanted to do a ten day trip to Scotland, and kind of bounce around cities and sights and maybe do a little sightseeing in Canada too. So we plotted out a route. Somehow though, word got out to people. And then EVERYONE wanted to go. Let me list just a few of the people who were involved in this dream: Kevin, Erik, some more SciOly kids (mostly just the guys), Stephanie, Sydney, Aline, Sheree, some other random SWE girls, Juliana.....and there were probably another 20 people.
Originally we (Elliott, Gary and I) were planning on just staying at hostels. But once the millions of people decided they all wanted to come, we had to switch to hotels. But then that got expensive, so we decided that we would camp and drive around in RVs. So then we had to gather up camping equipment and food and stuff and pack. But my dream skipped over this part and straight to being in Scotland.
It was night time, and time to set up the tents. However no one wanted to do it, and so it was a pain in the butt to make people do what they were supposed to be doing. I feel like Erik was supposed to be in charge of organizing people to set up tents, but he was too busy playing with a computer, because I remember yelling at him about being distracted.
Then, once everything was set up and people had eaten, Juliana waltzes (literally, she was dancing) in, carrying a super elaborate wedding-looking cake. Apparently it was her birthday and she got a super fancy cake* and was bringing us (Stephanie, Sydney, Aline, Sheree, other SWE girls) the leftovers. It was really good cake though. Then I assume everyone slept, because the next thing I remember, we're trying to get everyone to pack things up so we can all get in the RVs and go to the next place we wanted to visit. But then people were complaining about not knowing where to put the plates and that they lost something and couldn't find it.
It was at that point I got fed up with people and woke up.
I debated getting up for good, but I was still kind of sleepy, so I decided to go back to sleep.
In my second dream, Jake and I lived in what I assume was an apartment, although it could have been a house, because we were having other people move in with us too, we had just been the first ones to get there. We had already set up the living room to have bookshelves EVERYWHERE, and had already put most of our books on them. Our new roommates were Aleeza and Thomas. In my dream, I'm pretty sure Aleeza was single and Thomas had a crush on her. Anyway, Aleeza moved in next, and claimed her own bookshelf. Between the three of us, we pretty much had all the shelves filled. Then Thomas showed up** and wanted to add his books to the collection, but there wasn't an empty bookshelf for him to claim, so he was going to have to spread his out on all the bookshelves and use the empty shelves that Jake, Aleeza and I weren't using. Then I started freaking out about what if someone gets confused and moves out and steals all my books?!?! So then I tried to find some sticky notes to label which shelves had whose books on them, but none of the sticky notes were sticky enough, and so I finally woke up because I was angry at the sticky notes not working. :(
*The cake kind of looked like this but it was square and kind of a shimmering gold with pink flowers on it and no bow on top.
**Thomas also came with some 11x17" artwork that he wanted me to frame and put on the walls, but there was like, no wall space in this room.