Me: I think I should write my dreams in a journal.
Husband: You should.
Me: Why, so you have everything documented for when you go to have me committed?
Husband: No, I think the extra income from a best seller would be nice.
Me: You really think people would buy my book?
Husband: People buy crazy things and your dreams are just far enough out there...
And so it begins...
Cast (known to me):
Jim Parsons..................Sheldon Cooper
Johnny Galecki............Leonard Hofstadter
Simon Helberg.............Howard Wolowitz
Kunal Nayyar..............Raj Koothrappali
Imelda Staunton..........Bad Woman/Instructor
I guess it's only fitting that my first documented dream would have an All Star Cast. That's how I roll. I also mix a little Harry Potter with some Big Bang Theory, too. Just to keep you on your toes.
Things I remember:
- I was apparently in The Big Bang Theory as I spent time with Sheldon—my soul sibling—and his friends.
- I was working undercover for an unremembered/unknown reason as a student at a university, presumably Caltech since I was hanging out in Pasadena.
- As part of my undercover disguise, I was in a wheelchair; the difficulty of this was considerable during a street-chase where I was tracking Imelda Staunton—my instructor as well as my mark.
- The university had an incredible ladies room. I was touching up my makeup for (pre-street-race) pictures. There were huge saunas, individual dressing-rooms for each woman to do her hair and make up, claw-foot bathtubs just begging for bubbles and a book....the whole thing was the size of an Olympic gymnasium. It was incredible.
Quotes from Today
(My son was pouting in the car as we leave a store because I told him we didn't have time to stop and get him something to drink)
Husband: What's wrong with you?
Son: I'm thirsty!
Me: (driving) My hiney feels like it's about to explode! I'm sorry you're thirsty but if you had to choose, would you rather be thirsty or have an exploding hiney?
Son: (Still sulking) Thirsty.
Me: Me, too.
Me: I think the sphincter is the most important muscle in the whole body.