I've had a number of things chewing over in my mind recently, and maybe as a direct result of this, I woke up at about 4am this morning having had an extremely vivid dream:
It is late at night and I am in the living room at my parents' house. Everyone else has long since gone to bed. The phone rings (only it isn't a phone, it is coming from my laptop). I answer and there is a moment of silence at the other end before a slightly reluctant voice speaks. I recognise the voice at once, even though I haven't heard it now for something like 5 years. It is my friend Justin. He wants something but he doesn't want to tell me what it is and asks me to go and get my older brother. I go upstairs to the room where my brother is sleeping and try to wake him up but he's soundly asleep and he barely stirs. I go back downstairs to discover that Justin is now quite agitated and can no longer wait for my brother to get up and talk to him. He has something he needs to say and it now looks like he will have to say it to me. He tells me that he needs someone to look after his parents' luggage. They are in the airport and about to go to Eygpt, but for some reason they have to leave their bags behind and need someone to look after them. As we speak, Justin tells me that he has already sent them to my mum and dad's house and wanted to make sure that they would be taken care of.
...but my mum and dad have just moved, I tell him. The bags will be going to the old house, and there will be noone there to receive them.
And then I woke up.
What does it mean?
Answers on a postcard please.
Tuesday, 21 August 2007
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I have no idea...did you eat any of that excellent cheese just before bed?ReplyDelete
You're still processing what happened (or didn't, really) with Justin: You're carrying emotional "baggage" which needs unpacking but hasn't arrived at its final destination. Give it time...it'll settle itself eventually.ReplyDelete
You're worried that some part of your past is going to be left behind when your parents move from the family home.ReplyDelete