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Dreams
Lady was pregnant and I'm off in some foreign land. Country side flat land. A herd of sheep start running toward me and I see a baby dressed in sheep's clothing on the ground. We are by a wooden fence. I pick up the baby to save it from being trampled by the running sheep. I smile and we laugh. Then the earth multiplies. Mountains upon mountains grow. We're in slow mo time lapse and the clouds are moving while trees are blooming and everything is in abundance. Then I am in a living room trying to figure out how to put a cable into the back of the tv and how to rearrange a sofa set and this living room that now has two tv's. Back to the countryside I start worrying about where I left my purse. I start worrying about identity theft and all my bank cards. Then I'm somehow in a farmhouse and I'm being offered a job but it's only 30 hours per week. I start worrying about how I can survive only working 30 hours hours. I start thinking about the mundane... And then I wake up. 

Two days earlier...
I have the recurring dream. Scary. We're being watched through our devices. The world is apocalyptic. There's a hunger games - esque vibe. My son is terrified. He keeps appearing and reappearing. I asked him where did you go? He said I was on the other side of the dirt. The people are being tested and the ones that fail die or be tortured. This place.... I dream of often. Like I've been there before. 

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