Dream of: 11 January 1992 (3) "Acrobatic Feats"
I was in a spacious old dilapidated house in Portsmouth. I was talking to a group of elderly women who had come to see me regarding a legal matter.
I had left the house and then returned, this time carrying a large monkey wrench. The women were still there. I was dressed in working clothes, and the women were obviously curious about what I was doing. I didn't want to stop and explain to them; I just wanted to do some work on the house, which was in poor shape.
I was with my father, who was talking with me about staying in Portsmouth and working there on a permanent basis. I already had a couple ideas of what I could do to earn money there. My father had a business where food was delivered to different locations, and he suggested I could work in that. But to myself I was thinking there was no way I could make as much money working in Portsmouth as I could in Dallas, where I was making over $10,000 a month. I was sure I couldn't do that in Portsmouth. Still, I wanted to think about the idea.
I had gone to visit a gigantic brick house which my father apparently owned in the affluent hilltop area of Portsmouth. Across the street from the house was a little brick road and a brick shelter with a high ceiling. I was standing in the shelter and practicing doing some acrobatic feats. I had a cane and with the cane I would propel myself up into the air, where I would float around.
A priest had walked up and was watching me. When I had finished my tricks, he commented on how well I had performed them. He was correct; I was proud that I had performed so well.
While in Portsmouth, I was thinking of raising some marijuana to sell. Since I now owned quite a bit of property, I had to be careful that my property wouldn't be confiscated if the marijuana were found. It might be best to buy an old abandoned house, and then convert one room into a place to raise marijuana. Helicopters could detect halogen lamps being used to raise marijuana; so I would probably raise small amounts. I would probably raise fewer than eight plants to start out with to see how it worked out.
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