dreams: August 15, 1999
I'm with Mom in Mimi's house. Mimi doesn't live here anymore but still owns it and leaves it open for friends. A sort of party is happening now. It feels very comfortable, nurturing and luxurious here. There are lots of sweet, yummy snacks. Mom and I are sitting on the couch together.
sweet comfort in Mimi's home
I am outside when I see a big bubble tent thing. Inside are tons of sweets, but they look a little old, like they've been sitting around for awhile. I take a sandwich that looks like it has chocolate sauce on it. In actuality, it's simply Momier's applebutter.
my tight uniform and an old friend
Then I'm at 808 Beach Street. Mark and Ginger drive by in a HUGE bus (like a Greyhound) that is full of people. They all pour out, all wearing identical suit uniforms, black, white and red, with tails and bowties. They look like a band. I say I'm going to go change into mine. John says something like "Yeah, make it tight." It offends me and makes me feel uncomfortable.
Then I'm in a restaurant with Noli. We need to exchange addresses.
Then I'm in a laundromat. I run into a plump older woman with white greying hair. She asks me what currency I last used. "Pounds," I say, although I know it's actually the Cuban currency, yet I can't remember its name. I'm bartaring for Cuban cigars, picking out which ones I want. The woman looks sad and very familiar. I realize I know her. We re-greet each other and hug. I feel so much love for her. I feel sorry for her and want to assure her that Phoebe and I still love her. We used to know her, and she used to be important in our lives (like a co-mom), but somehow she got pushed out. Her name is Edie (?). I tell her we love her and miss her. I say that Phoebe does too; I point her out sitting across the room.
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