The Dreaming – Installment #15

The Dreaming

She thought about how odd her dream was as she told Jenny where she had hung her “missing” sweatshirt in her closet. She kept her tone neutral, knowing the day would be smoother if they didn’t start it the way she was tempted to start it.

Her mind flashed over the day ahead while she stood in the shower, deliciously warm water sluicing down her body as she lathered with her favorite vanilla scented body wash.

She could hear her son, Jason, in the other shower, getting ready for the day. They would be zooming down the street to school soon. Not together. They were vetoing ride sharing lately. Her suggestion that they should keep sharing expenses was met with the answer that since they had jobs and paid for the gas they should be able to choose if they went together or not. Who could argue with that?

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Gina

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The Dreaming – Installment #9

Dana reached for the list, noting that it was not in English. She thought it looked like French and wished that she had paid more attention when various opportunities to learn the language had presented themselves. She looked at the list again, thinking that her extreme interest in food might help her understand the list.

Nope.

She wished the list was in English. She looked down at the list again. It was now in English.

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Gina

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The Dreaming – Installment #7

“A dinner bot will be here shortly to carry meals to the patrons. You will order the food here and give it to her.” The man did not smile. His tone was matter-of-fact. He was dressed in a flowing white robe, his arms covered to his wrists, the bottom of it sweeping the floor. She guessed him to be about eight feet tall.

The thought crossed her mind that he was too tall, and as it did he began to shrink. When he had diminished to around six feet she thought, oh no, no, stop!

He immediately stopped shrinking. His expression didn’t reflect that anything had changed.

As always, thank you for reading,

Gina

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