Dream of: 17 March 1994 "Cleaning A Mirror"
My brother Chris
(14-15 years old) was sitting next to me in a wheel chair. He was sitting at a table
eating red grapes as fast as he could. I became a little
perturbed at him because he was eating all the good grapes and
pulling off all the bad ones to leave in the bowl. Suddenly the
bowl slipped and the grapes fell all over the ground. I became
very nasty and called him a "Dummy." Knowing he was unable to get
out of his wheelchair, I chided him, asking how he was going to
pick up the grapes.
I was with my second cousin Jeff at the House in Patriot. Jeff was tall and thin, and looked as if he were in his 30s. He was talking about a play in which he was taking part. I thought about how I would be afraid to stand up in front of a large audience. I would be afraid I would forget my lines. I asked him if he had forgotten any of his lines during the play, and he said he hadn't. He then quickly recited his lines, which consisted of three or four short sentences. Now I understood why it had been so easy for him to remember. I said, "Well, its not like Hamlet."
What I meant was that there weren't many lines to remember, like there would be in a play by Shakespeare. Jeff said the play was probably only going to last one more day. He said something about it having received headlines yesterday. I thought he meant that the play hadn't been well received and would be canceling.
I mused on what would happen to the people in the play. They would probably all disperse and perhaps never see each other again. I even had an image of them in my mind, about 20 people sitting together as if they were having a picture made. I saw Arnold Schwarzenegger in the group. I knew he had taken part in many different movies, meeting many people and then going on. I wondered what would happen if he ever had a homosexual sexual encounter with someone in a movie, if he would ever see them again.
I thought about my own situation. I might be leaving where I was working and not seeing Wheat and
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