Sunday, October 31, 2010


I met a monster in my last dream. It was an awful humanoid creature, very much like Gollum or Grendel. Creepy and somewhat evil. His skin looked quite normal, yet his body was all deformed and hairless. His behavior was pretty disturbing, and I thought he was mad.

The monster wanted me to follow him through a ruined house, and so I did, though I was afraid of him. We crossed a hole in the wall, and in the other room we met some men with guns. The monster yelled at them, and they shot him down. Then the men were gone, and really, I was relieved that they had killed the monster. He was starting to get on my nerves.

I looked around and saw a couple of little robots. They were only a few inches tall, pear-shaped, and they looked rather cute, with big eyes and long eyelashes, but I knew they were as evil as the dead monster. Suddenly I also knew that the monster had been their creature, and they had sent him to his death.

I left the house before the robots noticed me.

Happy Halloween!

G. E.

Sunday, October 24, 2010


In this dream I was a little girl, and there were two other little girls who didn't like me for some reason, so they started bullying me. The floor was made of jelly (I have no idea why), and the girls jumped and jumped until the floor trembled like an earthquake. I begged them to stop, but they wouldn't listen. After a while, they got tired and left me alone.

After that, I got my revenge. Somehow I became a small rubber ball (!!), and I started bullying those two little girls, who couldn't see me. It was my turn to make the floor tremble, and the girls were quite nervous about it.

Then I stole something from one of the girls, a piece of bread. I ran away with it and tried to hide myself in an empty room (I still was a small rubber ball, so I don't know how I managed to hold that piece of bread), but the little girl chased me until she found me. I started to cry (now I was a little girl again), but the other girl wasn't mad at me anymore, 'cause she had repented of her previous bad behavior. We hugged and became friends.

Another happy ending! Yay!

I still can't explain that stupid jelly floor.

G. E.

Monday, October 18, 2010


I have many aunts in real life. More than I like, actually (if you need an aunt, please take one of mine).

Remember my floating aunt? She was one of the aunts I liked, but she died some weeks ago :-( It was very sad, and I'm very sorry I couldn't do anything to relieve her pain. During her last days, she was feeling really bad and she could barely move.

In my dream, I was in a party with several relatives, and this aunt was there. I felt happy for her, since she was young now, and healthy as well. That dream was the closure I needed so much.

But... well, something else happened before I woke up. As I told you, I have many aunts, and I'm sorry to say that a couple of them are awful people. Even crazy. Not that they need medication or special care, but very often they act in a very irrational manner.

So, one of these aunts went really wild in the middle of the party. She started to scream and run across the room. Then I suddenly knew I was dreaming, and I said, "I must fall asleep in this dream, maybe I can find out what's wrong with her." Yeah, I know, that's the movie Inception, but if you've been following this blog, by now you must know that I frequently borrow elements from movies. I hope movie producers won't sue me for that.

Anyway, in spite of my aunt's screams, I managed to fall asleep right there on the sofa. In the dream within the dream, I was inside a giant clock, and my aunt was in another. Very proper, don't you think? My aunt was a clock cuckoo! Ha! Well, she still looked like a human being, though she kept yelling and jumping inside the clock. I got out of my clock and opened a little door in hers, to let her out. And she was cured of her craziness! Yay!

Don't you like happy endings? :-D

G. E.

Saturday, October 2, 2010


That's what I dreamed some days ago. I was happily levitating inside my house.

Look at me! I'm not touching the floor!

I didn't know I was dreaming. I thought I was levitating for real, so, as usual, I started to consider the possibilities of my fantastic condition. I'd save a lot of money in bus tickets! and shoes! And people would think I'm super cool!

Then I woke up.

Dang, it was just a dream!!

Yeah. My awesome powers of levitation were only my recurrent dream about levitation. Sigh. I was already getting used to it, but it was a dream. Not fair!

It seems I'm condemned to walk from here to there, like the rest of human beings.

Stupid law of gravity. I hate you.

I'm going to sue Isaac Newton for spoiling my fun.

G. E.