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Day Three
Saturday, 2009 November 14 - 11:27 am
This month is turning into more of KaFluPoMo than NaBloPoMo.

When I was sick as a kid, I used to have two vivid recurring nightmares. In one, I was in one of those garden mazes, at night. Solving the maze wasn't the problem; the problem was, I had to traverse one edge of the maze to get from one corner to another, while being shot at by red laser beams. I knew that all I had to do was make a dash for the corner to get to safety, but I felt like my feet were stuck in molasses and I was scared I wouldn't be fast enough.

The other dream was that I lived in a charming little house with a charming little yard, like something you'd see in a fairy tale. It was very serene except the house was surrounded by giant churning gears that would crush you if you went beyond the boundaries of the yard.

The nightmare I had last night was that I actually had three different strains of the flu at the same time, and all of them were covered by different insurance plans. I had to make sure to have the right plan activated at the right time, depending on which flu strain was presenting symptoms at that time.

I think I'd rather have the lasers.
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Comment #1 from Cori (Guest)
2009 Nov 14 - 1:07 pm : #
I used to have the same dream when I had the flu when I was little: I was a tiny faerie trying to roll a giant boulder up a hill. When I would get to the top of the hill, the boulder would roll down the other side - and I would wake up sick.

I hadn't had stomach flu for 25 years, and then it happened again last year. Complete with the same fever dream.
Comment #2 from Phil (marsosudiro)
2009 Nov 14 - 6:58 pm : #
Get sell soon, dude.

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