Dream of: 03 March 1994 "Fainting"

When I arrived at the Commerce Street Office, while walking through the hallway, I noticed that the attorneys in the office next door were remodeling their office. It appeared that some wallpapering was being done. In the process, they had pushed the wall of their office out into the hallway, so that I couldn't get into the door of my Office. Instead, I squeezed through the door of the neighboring lawyers' office, thinking I could go through their office and through the conference room to my Office.

On the way I met one of the neighboring attorneys. He was friendly and asked me if I had keys to the new doors. He also mentioned something about parking lot keys. I told him I didn't have the keys. As he looked for the keys, I headed towards the conference room, where I saw several people sitting. I noticed that
Wheat and his wife Melanie were among them.

I quickly learned that Wheat's assistant, a man, had quit. I thought that was strange, because I had just been with the man the night before. I asked why the man had had quit, and Melanie said something about his having wanted to get more experience. I thought to myself that people were quitting because Wheat wasn't spending enough time with them, training them. They wanted to get more experience someplace else. I also thought they were quitting because Wheat wasn't paying them enough. Wheat had only been paying the fellow $5 an hour. I told Melanie that if people continued to quit, it was just going to cost them more money to retain them. If they didn't pay their employees well, it would end up costing them more in the long run.

Melanie and I started to walk from the conference room toward our Office. I was only wearing a tee shirt, but I suddenly began feeling very hot, as if I were sick. Melanie was right next to me, and I asked her if she could feel my arm, to see if I was hot. I felt as if I were burning up.

Just as she grabbed my arm, I suddenly felt very dizzy, as if I was going to fall over. I thought to myself that I had never fainted in my life, but that I was going to now. I fell over to the floor, pulling Melanie down with me. She fell down right down next to me. As I fell, I was still basically aware of what was going on around me, but I couldn't control myself. I hoped Wheat wouldn't think anything strange was going on between Melanie and me Melanie because she was lying beside me. If he did, there was nothing I could do about it.

I was lying on my side, with my legs bent up. One arm was between my legs. The other arm was under my head. I was aware of what was going on, but I couldn't do anything about it. As I lay on my side, I could hear people discussing whether an ambulance should be called. I tried to talk. I was trying to say, "I'm ok," but the words wouldn't come out. I just made a mumbling sound.

I thought I would soon be all right. But suddenly I thought there was a severe pain in my left side, even though I couldn't feel it. I screamed at the top of my lungs. I couldn't actually hear the scream, but I knew that sound was coming out. I thought now they were going to have call an ambulance. I really didn't want an ambulance, but thought now it was going to be necessary. I felt a pain in my left side.

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