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    The Voices....

    by , 01-14-2015 at 10:02 PM (484 Views)
    I'm posting something from back in October 2006. A comment by Verre (about my recent micro nap dreams) made me think about this and go look it up again. I have heard "the voices" quite a few times in that transition between wake and sleep. But I don't think I have ever had it happen as much at one time as it happened this particular time.

    Here it is:

    I had another night with a blur of dreams. I woke up a little disappointed. But I decided to lay in bed and try to squeeze out one little dream before I got up. It ended up I wasn't tired enough to go fully asleep and have a full dream. But I got to the stage where I was hearing "the voices". I'm sure most people know what I am talking about--that stage where you think you are awake, yet you get funny little snips of conversation that you know were not part of your conscious thoughts.

    Well, I decided to write them down. After each, I lay back down and did it again. I got a funny little list of these "voices". Here they are:

    Someone talking about an invisible roommate: "You won't see her, 'cuz that's what's expected of her."

    "Your brother is so weird."

    Ladies voices:
    Lady #1: "Your mother said no DNA."
    Lady #2: "Your mother told me, too."

    "The kids and the military will be glad to be back."

    Old man's voice : "I can't believe you're not going to give me a cent."

    Many voices together: "It's gone!"

    Four black ladies sitting around a desk talking about my friend: "He wants to split the groups..." Laughing....

    Girl's voice: "And if you're lucky, let me know."
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    1. Tihiti's Avatar
      In the void! Having you tried talking to them while in that state?
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    2. Twoshadows's Avatar
      Alas, no. It's always too dang fleeting.
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