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August 10th, 2009

Meet Kaxma & Weird Dreams

My dear friend, Emily, has wanted to start her own blog.  So I fired up the old blog-making gears and got her all set up.  Please go & check her out at kaxma.com and welcome her to the world of blogging!

So last night I had the strangest dream that my brother got back together with his ex-girlfriend (my niece's mother) and they had another baby.  This little girl they - for reasons unknown to man - named I-n-Tai'.  I even saw it spelled out in my dream.  It was pronounced "n-tie" and I was livid, insisting that they could not burden this poor child with such a heinous name; especially not one with all of those punctuation marks in it!

"It has two dashes and an apostrophe!" I remember ranting to Baret.

At work today, I was outside having my after-lunch smoke when a co-worker came and told me that she had dreamed about me last night.  We're friendly but haven't hung out outside of work, though I think she's totally cool, so we both found it wild that she'd dreamed about me.  In the dream, she said I had quit and had written this long poem and sent it out to everone, stating at the end my decision to leave the job.  She said everyone was all shocked because no one knew I was quitting.  Wonder what the message is in that?

That's really all I had to say for the moment.  There is lots more in the news I want to comment on, believe me.  Finding the time to sit down and write is something else altogether.  Never fear, for I will - sometime this week, I promise!  Check back and I won't disappoint.

One Response to “Meet Kaxma & Weird Dreams”

  1. Ventego
    Ventego says:

    I added your blog to bookmarks. And i'll read your articles more often!

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    안전한놀이터 says:

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