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    by , 04-01-2012 at 04:11 PM (416 Views)
    I had various dreams last night, but I forgot all of them except for this one, which I think I had right before I finally woke up.
    I was in my friend's house for some reason. I didn't know which friend it was, however. Apparently I was staying at this house for a sleepover. Suddenly, I wanted to go to my friend, Aaron's house instead. I looked up at my friend's parents, and asked, "Can I go to Aaron's house?"
    "But why?" they asked.
    "I figured I'd spend an equal amount of time here and there as well. We haven't visited each other in a while, so..."
    "What about Logan?" they asked.

    Ah. Okay. So this was Logan's house.
    "What about him?" I inquired.
    Logan's mom frowned. "Tell us about him."
    It's too bad my dream self didn't notice how odd this statement was.
    "Well, he's a great guy, I mean, he's pretty religious too. Does all this stuff for his church, the youth group, things like that."
    All of a sudden, Logan's sister walked in, hands on her hips. She looked angry.
    Something weird about this whole thing was that I've never actually met Logan's family up close in real life, I've only heard about them. So I'm assuming how they looked in the dream wasn't true.
    She glared. For the next 5 or so minutes, she lectured me on how people should act in the world, and how they could make their lives better. I took it all in, and it was actually quite useful advice. Afterwards, time seemed to fly, and Logan's sister and I were watching some anime. I then decided to finally go to Aaron's house, and got a glass of water before I did.
    Then the dream ended. I'm pretty dismayed I didn't remember the whole talk Logan's sister had with me, because I vaguely remember that what she said was actually pretty true and useful advice.

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    non-lucid , memorable