Friday, May 19, 2006
In the first dream I was in a room with a man and possibly some other people. He was disshevelled, wearing baggy clothes, very hairy, and his fly was somewhat open, revealing nothing but hair. He was talking about odors. It was disturbing.
In the second dream, I was in the car with Stan. I was sitting in the driver's seat and we were stopped at a gas station to get gas. Stan saw something out the rear view mirror, so he gets out of the car and goes around to the rear of the car. He starts talking to someone we used to know, &@%d#. When I realize it is him, I don't want him to see me, so I slouch down in the car seat so that my head doesn't show. I try to get very small so that he doesn't see anything. I'm looking in the rear view mirror (I can see out the rear view mirror, even though I'm slouched in the seat...go figure...dream logic) and &@%d# keeps looking my direction as if he's trying to see if I came along with Stan. I can't remember if he figured out I was there or not; I think I woke up.
Posted by Ann on 05/19/06@09:27 AM CST ..::Link::..Whisper or Scream?
I don't think we have this Roxy video, do we Stan? Doesn't look familiar. Things to note: Phil Manzanera's bug-eye rhinestone-covered lenses...proto bling? Eno's gold lame gloves makes him look like something extraterrestial like from one of those 50s space movies (but in a good way).
Doesn't want to play on Safari...Firefox seems to work best.
Posted by Ann on 05/19/06@09:09 AM CST ..::Link::..Whisper or Scream?
Thursday, May 18, 2006
Posted by Ann on 05/18/06@10:32 PM CST ..::Link::..Whisper or Scream?
California House DREAM
I dreamt that Stan and I bought an affordable (say what?) house in Calfornia, somewhere outside of LA in the hills (not sure where). The reason it was affordable (to us, that is, which means that would probably buy you a storage shed in California) was because it was so 70s and no one wanted that outmoded style, especially the cheap, dark woodwork. Also, I think it was because we had to clear out all the stuff from the people that previously lived there, because it was closing day and it looked like it was still being lived in (although that was the same condition with our house and somehow they managed to move 17 years worth of stuff out of it before moved in the next morning).
This house, despite the fact it had that sort of cheap dark-brown stained woodwork, and despite the fact it was just one story with a basement was so cool! (I don't think they have basements in California, do they?) It wasn't a boring layout like my parents' which is living area/kitchen/dining on one side, and tiny bedrooms & bath down a skinny hallway on the other (like a double-wide, except w/all brick and a basement), instead it was more square in layout (as opposed to rectangular) which provided a little more interest in floorplan arrangement. It had three bedrooms with good windows for lots of plants. There was one bedroom because of the placement in the house appeared it could only have one side with windows, but it had two. This confused me, so I walked around to the other side somehow and discovered a little utility room between the bedrooms which somehow (now this is dream logic) allowed them to have more window space because some of the bedroom windows opened up into the utility room which was very sunny because its outside wall was nothing but windows. Stan and I were both so in love with this house, and I was thinking that if we move there I will restart my art career in California. Then as we were about to leave, the people showing us the house (even though we already bought it), who were a couple young guys, showed us something really cool on the ceiling. They were skylights that were hidden by wood panelling that opened like a camera shutter with a remote control. We were just in awe, and still amazed that this house was affordable with this feature and all the space and windows.
I watch too many "House Hunter" shows. it's creeping into my subconscious.
Posted by Ann on 05/18/06@09:15 AM CST ..::Link::..A Whisper Inside.
Monday, May 15, 2006
'My 17 Years as an Unauthorized Jew' (The Good, section 4: Land Visions part 3: Revisiting the end of the Dreams)
Wisconsin is a very beautiful land with forests, lakes and farm lands broken up by limestone plateaus and tree covered hill sides. Ann and I like to go for scenic rides on rural Wisconsin roads mostly in the summer. One of these roads Iíve sometimes used as an alternate rout to work at my previous job location. I had been traveling this road south of Madison for several years before I noticed that it goes by an interesting hill covered with trees and houses. this low mound rises out of the surrounding farm lands and looks very much like the place where my floating mountain dreams ended.
In the beginning of these dreams I was following a path which started with the image of a mountain in Colorado. This dream path ended on the other side of this mountain which turned into a low hill covered with trees and houses. In a scenic view form a rural Wisconsin road I could see the imagery again of the place in my floating mountain dreams where its path came to an end.
I think my reoccurring dreams as a young teenager lead to a place in Wisconsin very near to where we are now living.
Posted by Stan on 05/15/06@09:07 PM CST ..::Link::..Whisper or Scream?
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