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Routine Ramblings of an Occasionally Interesting Housewife

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Are dreams more vivid during naps? More strange and unusual? More real-feeling?

So, last night, a puppy came. Wandered in from the cold rain; he found a soft warm spot in my heart.

Tigger has named him Flood. You should see our creek right now; it's well past its banks.

Call the papers; call the vets; put up signs. Do I hope to find the owner, do I hope we don't? There's a little niece of mine who wants to be a vet when she grows up; but I don't know how her parents feel about taking on another dog -- losing their last one to diabetes was quite traumatic.

In my dreams, the lady and her daughter didn't lose Flood. Then why were they here, and why was the little girl so sad? And our garage was built of brick, with cracks patched and anchored once already. And what did the music mean; or was that the radio, insinuating into my dreams...

Gotta wake up.

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My nap-dreams lately have been so realty-laden its only because the dreams are scarier (darker, more loathsome... the things I truly fear coming to pass, but with just enough 'truth' to make it seem sooo possible) that I am sure they are just dreams.

I think we are closer to this reality when we nap is all. We allow this world to intrude upon our dream-world refuge.

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