I was having a dream. I was sitting at the kitchen table with my husband and looked out the patio door. The entire field behind our house was burning. I heard a knock at the door, and it was my daddy, my mother and my sister. My daddy told me to get the baby; it was time to go. I knew then it was the end of the world. I got the baby and looked at my husband and said, “Let’s go.” He said, “I can’t go with you.” I walked out the patio door with my family and turned around and looked back inside the house. My husband was sitting at the kitchen table crying because he couldn’t go with us.
I was walking on a beach and saw a lighthouse with a lot of weeds around it. I walked to the lighthouse and went inside. I climb a narrow, winding staircase to the top. When I got to the top, there was a man looking out the window. I turned around to leave, but I couldn’t find the stairs. I asked the man, “What happened to the stairs?” He said, “There’s no way down. You’re trapped.”
I was in a huge mall somewhere, and I was suppose to meet some of my family and friends for lunch. I walked around the mall looking for the restaurant, but I couldn’t find it. Finally, I saw a cousin of mine and her husband. They couldn’t find the restaurant either. We walked around the mall looking for a little bit then decided to leave. I noticed when we walked outside it was very dark. I looked at my watch, and it was only one o’clock in the afternoon. We got in a car together and started to drive away. My cousin’s husband was driving, and I was in the back seat with my cousin. Suddenly, I heard my cousin let out a blood-curdling scream, and she was pointing her finger. I looked in the direction she was pointing, and there was a huge black tornado in the distance that was heading our way. We drove faster to try to get away. Then I noticed that the tornado was heading towards the mall. I thought I should warn my family and friends in the mall to get someplace safe. I picked up a cell phone and started dialing. I tried dialing several times but kept hitting the wrong numbers. I was panicking, and the tornado was getting closer to the mall. Then I noticed I had someone else’s cell phone and thought maybe that was the reason I couldn’t dial the number. My cousin said, “I’ve got your cell phone” and handed it to me. I grabbed my phone, but when I opened it up, it fell to pieces. That’s when I woke up.