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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Where Was I?

I use my cell as my alarm clock. Actually, I routinely awake seven minutes before my alarm goes off, disable it, go back to sleep and then wake up eight minutes after the original target time. This morning I had a vivid dream during that quarter hour interlude. Unfortunately, now I only remember this fragment:

I’m standing at an entrance holding in my hand a laminated description of an event or venue. The description is in the form of a bulleted list. In the middle of the list is the item, “40 levels of assault.”

I woke up. Where was I?

1 comment:

Bill Braine said...

You were in the doorway of the cabin we're renting President's Weekend, abouut to enter and face your punishment at Risk.