Monthly Archives: May 2006

Which Sesame Street Character are You?

Which Sesame Street Character are You?

You Are Ernie

Playful and childlike, you are everyone’s favorite friend – even if your goofy antics get annoying at times.

You are usually feeling: Amused – you are very easily entertained

You are famous for: Always making people smile. From your silly songs to your wild pranks, you keep things fun.

How you life your life: With ease. Life is only difficult when your friends won’t play with you!

I kinda figured that would be me LOL!

Very weird dream this morning!

Very weird dream this morning!

So, there I am, an employee at this … circusy type place. Only it is in a set place, not travelling. And the place is a mansion with acreage. HUGE place.
The day is over. I put up my stuff, all the while being beset by a little BRAT of an owner’s grandson. I even TOLD him he was a brat. He told his dad I said that but he was such a little liar, his dad didn’t believe him.

So I got on my elephant and headed out to the gate. But I couldn’t *get* there on an elephant. So I asked the owner’s son how to get there. (This owner’s son looked a lot like Perry Massie on the Outdoor Network.) He led me around to another door. When that door opened and elephant & I went in, he slammed it shut behind us, and we were faced with water and ice… the ice we could get up on, and the water had a malevolent critter in it.

About the third piece of ice I got up on, I realized I was apparently just PRETENDING to have an elephant and was actually walking myself. I looked at all the other people there, and realized he’d been doing this to workers who were trying to leave for quite some time.

I’d been having some quality time with his brother (a much younger guy, but I can’t remember his name, now) and thought maybe he’d help, so I yelled a couple times, and those other people said not to bother ’cause nobody would hear.

I went down into a barnlike area off the edge of the pool of water/ice. Off to my right was a big huge barn door, with three locks on it. One of them had lockpicks stuck in the lock where others had been trying to get out.

I told them I should be able to break down the door with my elephant… which I realized I apparently didn’t have, after all, when I hit the door. Then the door came back at us, and we could see under the crack that there was a nasty tempered wild cat out there waiting in case anyone got through.

Then the phone rang, so I woke up. VERY weird dream.

I have a high threshold of pain.

I have a high threshold of pain.

I’ve always known this, but I’ve just been ruminating on that.

I had a dream this morning that I’d developed a hole in my right side just under my ribs, and it wasn’t bloody or anything, but I had a piece of ‘tube’ and, at the end of the ‘tube’, an organ (not sure which) that kept trying to come out. Once it DID come out and I had to push it back in. After that, I was more careful to not let it come out, and at that point it started to occasionally get bloody.

Yeah, it was weird. I wonder, though, if it isn’t gall bladder related. I’ve had an ‘achy’ gall bladder for a couple days, not *painful* but achy… on a 1-10 scale, it’s been around a 2, probably. I wonder if that was what brought on that very strange dream.

What’s your mothering type?

What’s your mothering type?

Your type is: enfp

 —The “Kids R Fun??? Mother

“Whatever I enjoy—playing tag or singing in the car—I can do it with kids around. And it’s totally legitimate!???

  • Playful and energetic, the ENFP mother finds her children to be good company and enjoys being with them. In fact, she says being with children justifies her own “being a kid again.??? And children say she’s fun to be with — spontaneous, hearty, and imaginative.
  • Naturally drawn to introducing her children to the joys of life, the ENFP is something of a free spirit. She is less concerned with rules, routines, and schedules, and more inclined to give her children plenty of free time to play, explore on their own or with her, and have fun together.
  • Tuned in to her children, the ENFP mother enthusiastically encourages each one’s individuality and unique potential through a great variety of experiences. She is also quick to identify with others’ feelings and thoughts, making her an empathetic supporter of her children, not to mention her mate and many, many friends.

Horrible, terrible dream!

Horrible, terrible dream!

I was dreaming along about this nice big house and the kids and all, and in the dream I was taking a bath with the baby, and I hopped out to check on something and got interested in something one of the other kids was watching on tv, and when I got back to the bathroom, the baby was lying in the bottom of the water in the tub. It was horrible. In the dream, I pulled him out and was frantically trying to get the water out of his lungs.

Out of the dream, I was frantically trying to WAKE UP! and finally managed.