Sunday, 17 January 2010

I had a dream...

and it was WEIRD.
Picture the scene. I am sitting at the front of a plane and in the seat behind me is Prince Harry with a toddler on his knee, Apparently William was there too but I didn't see him. Then I was in a place with really big buildings. I don't know where it was but it did look familiar in places. Then I had to cross a bridge that was really a river and I had to step on stones to get across. Then I was back on the plane and I had to fly it even though I wasn't in the cock pit. I pulled the nose up a bit quickly which was a bit scary but managed to flatten out and we were okay. Then I was sitting down again and there was a woman sitting beside me. She turned to me and I saw her very clearly. She was probably in her 60's with a friendly face and long grey hair. I think she was wearing pink. I couldn't hear what she was saying to me but she was smiling so I hope it was something nice.
Then I woke up.
Maybe I shouldn't have had that cheese before bed.

8 comments:

Suzanne Jones said...

That does seem a very odd dream. I'm sure there's a story in there somewhere.

XX

Colette McCormick said...

I know Suzanne, I've been desperatly trying to think of a plot. Not quite sure who the toddler on Prince Harry's knee is going to be.

Captain Black said...

I hope you made notes and that you can use the experience for your writing.

Colette McCormick said...

Sure did Captain.

Olivia Ryan said...

Dreams can definitely be the inspiration for stories, Colette! Hope you can make use of that one ... it sure does sound weird! x

Karen said...

Intriguing. I'm sure a dream analyst would have a field day. In the meantime, if you could fit all those elements into a story I'd love to read it!

Colette McCormick said...

It'll be a challenge Karen. The following night I dreamt someone was tied up at work. I remember getting up (that might have been in the dream or real - I'm not sure) then thought to myself that if she was still there in the morning David would untie her. Very odd.

Colette McCormick said...

Oh it certainly was weird olivia - and so vivid.