phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
I had this almost done, when I clicked on one of the bookmarks on my toolbar instead of another tab, and discovered that Dreamwidth apparently doesn't save drafts like Livejournal does.  Darn it. 

Cut for length, because I am getting this thing up anyway. )
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
So, if anyone's actually following my "dream diary" entries on here, you're getting a biased picture of my actual dreams.  Most nights, I don't remember my dreams, and some nights beyond that I only remember shreds of them.  Night before last, I had a really interesting dream that I'm pretty sure had a plotline, but the only parts I remember are looking at a transparent clock on a rocky shore somewhere, and talking to a younger friend at my old high school who was two years ahead in math and had run out of math courses my high school offered, and was debating whether to take AP Stats or just three history classes. 

However, I realized there was a really interesting dream I had last spring that I never wrote up on here.  I summarized it on Facebook as "Dreamed I was an extra on Doctor Who.  Not fun."  Here's the real story... 

Dun dun dunnnnn! )

phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
So [livejournal.com profile] sophronia_chaos pointed out that I haven't been on LJ much. I think my subconscious decided this could go on no longer, because I had a succession of weird dreams last night, after not being able to remember any dreams at all for weeks.  

(Also, I'm going to try to be better about using pseudonyms for identifiable people and places now.)

Cut for tl;dr )

phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
The major dream that I remember from last night was set in a world where people who were turned into vampires as children continued aging, physically and mentally, at the normal rate, until they turned 18 (or possibly 21), at which point they physically reverted to the age they were at turning.

Cut for length )

There was also a subplot, earlier in the night, which might or might not have been connected to the other dream. I went to visit my friends from middle/high school and church youth group M and A, who in the dream lived next door to each other. On the way over, I saw a bunny about every 20 feet or so. When I got there, A had gotten into Harvard for grad school early decision, and asked me when I was taking the GREs and I had to say "actually, I'm planning on not going to grad school, at least not for a couple of years" and then we couldn't talk anymore because she had to mow the lawn. Then I went over to the next yard to talk to M, who had the biggest, fluffiest bunny of all (it was about the size of a very large, very fluffy cat), but the bunny wouldn't let me pet it, it just snuggled with her dog on the lawn.
phantomcranefly: Pilot from Farscape, with text:  "I don't get out much so I read." (Farscape)
So, as of three hours from now I'll have been back at school for a week.  It feels like longer. 

My job's going pretty well- at least I'm less nervous than I was before, and we got free food on Friday, which was nice.  I'm glad so many of my friends are still here, otherwise I'd be a lot lonelier.  I got to spend most of Saturday hanging out with a bunch of cool people, including[livejournal.com profile] harpofisrafel who's moving away soon.  ( :(  )

Cut for dream rambling )
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
I realized I haven't been keeping up with my dream-diary entries; here's a more cheerful one from the middle of last week.

Sorry I keep forgetting the LJ-cut... )
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
I wasn't expecting to get much sleep last night, because I usually can't sleep after game, but I actually went to sleep pretty quickly after going to bed at 2:30 or so, and I didn't wake up until seven-and-a-bit.  Aside from the first session of Dark Heresy I think this is the most sleep I've gotten on a game night. 

Amusingly enough, I dreamed that I stayed up all night after game, although it was hanging out with people rather than lying awake with my brain spinning, and then we all went to Chase-Duckett for breakfast.  Then I had to do my laundry by putting it in a big wooden tub with an oar-thing to stir with, and someone wanted me to play sudoku on the computer, which they had set up to project onto the wall.  I was busy with my laundry, though, so I had to call out to them which numbers to put where, and they kept getting it wrong. 

Also:  MAGICAL LARPERS.  Words cannot express how much awesome this is. 
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
[[I forgot to crosspost this when I put it up on LJ, so I'm experimenting with backdating.]]


I wasn't expecting to get much sleep last night, because I usually can't sleep after game, but I actually went to sleep pretty quickly after going to bed at 2:30 or so, and I didn't wake up until seven-and-a-bit.  Aside from the first session of Dark Heresy I think this is the most sleep I've gotten on a game night. 

Amusingly enough, I dreamed that I stayed up all night after game, although it was hanging out with people rather than lying awake with my brain spinning, and then we all went to Chase-Duckett for breakfast.  Then I had to do my laundry by putting it in a big wooden tub with an oar-thing to stir with, and someone wanted me to play sudoku on the computer, which they had set up to project onto the wall.  I was busy with my laundry, though, so I had to call out to them which numbers to put where, and they kept getting it wrong. 

Also:  MAGICAL LARPERS.  Words cannot express how much awesome this is. 

phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
My first attempt at writing a journal for Iris fizzled and died after a paragraph and a half- this one turned into a ficlet about her hermit period.  I guess that's progress?

(Some background in case you're interested, [livejournal.com profile] bibliothekara :  This is my character from Vampire:  the Masquerade, the painter from 1912, a few months after breaking up with her girlfriend.  She's since moved to a tiny island in Canada to paint and be a hermit.)

Title:  Lines
Rating: G
Word Count: 450
Warnings:  Gratuitous cuteness, repressed angst.  (Although it's really well-repressed...)



February 1970 )


In random other news, I had a dream about Firefly set in the Star Trek mirror universe.  (There was a different theme song, although I'm not sure if it was a mirror episode like Star Trek's been having or an entire spinoff series.  Regardless, I was aware it was TV.)  Simon was the main character, Inara was a rebel spy, Wash was somehow indentured to the ship and Book was in charge of all the ship's gambling (oh, ha ha, subconscious :/ ).
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
Cut for rambling )
I'm amused that the twins' names were Mary and Elena, and that there was a wiki involved.  I think this almost counts as a Vampire:  the Masquerade dream, even if there were no actual vampires. 
phantomcranefly: The Tenth Doctor, with text:  "Why, oh why do I never learn to ascertain my time-space location on arrival?" (Default)
I dreamed about Changeling for the first time this morning (apparently Changeling dreams are a common occurrence). It was a really good thing, actually, because the dream was so cool that the residual happy carried me through most of the day, when I'd expected to be freaking out over my Computer Graphics midterm. I wonder if my subconscious did that on purpose...

cut for rambling... )

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