Monday June 21 2010

Waking up around 12:50 p.m. because I have to sell equipment mats to a guy.

Back to sleep.

DREAM: Being taken out into the ocean by some fairy-like woman on a nice size raft. She’s showing me different islands where no man has gone before. Each time we arrive at one, I see a map of the land in my head – waterfalls, cliffs, mountains, trees, beach. We stop at one in particular which is the farthest away from the shore. I have a device with me that’s making loud noises because it detects danger in the brightness of the sun. The fairy woman tells me that this was expected and we shouldn’t be out here for too much longer. Right as she says this we see a big wave coming in the distance. Out raft is no match for it. We brace ourselves but everything seems to be fine. We get closer to shore. I pull the raft in and join the party that’s happening on the beach – a lot of people I don’t know, people older than I am. Sitting down in the sand, I start to hear somebody making a rhythmic noise with their mouth and then other people join. I pick up two pencils and clang on a row of different colored jars. Everybody stops at some point and I’m the only one left making noise. Feeling pressure as the others watch me but I feel they are judging me.

Getting out of bed around 3:45 p.m.

Breakfast: Toasted Bagel with Butter and Blackcurrant Jam. Orange Carrot Juice. Zinc, Vitamin E, Alfalfa Grain.

Conducting a mystery shop for McDonalds. It’s been awhile since I’ve eaten fast food. I knew there was a reason why I quit.

Lunch: Fish Sandwich. French Fries. Sprite.

Practice at the storage unit with Kal and Chris.

Dale, the manager of the place, shuts us down because she fears our safety from the RatPak man. Her and the RatPak man aren’t on good terms.

Smoothie with Yogurt, Peaches, Strawberries, Blueberries, and Honey.

Art and I pick up Becca from the salon and meet Ken, Hope, and another friend of his at Waffle House. We share and discuss each other’s recent dreams. I explain my idea to build capsule hotels in the house like they have in Japan. Ken and Hope tells us about a Filipino delicacy called Balut: “A balut is a fertilized duck (or chicken) egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell.” Then we talk about the mud cookies that poor Haitians eat to relieve their hunger pangs. On that note I eat a Waffle.

After Ken and his friends leave, Becca, Art, and I play a few card games: Egyptian Ratscrew and Texas Hold’em.

Selling stuff online.

Eating an Egg and Miso Soup.

At the unit practicing and working on songs.

Eating Bread with Nutella Spread.

Sleep around 7:10 a.m.

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