Monday, July 30, 2007

Henry Wants To Know Why I Don't Have Normal Dreams

Last night, just before going to bed, I was working on labeling some old posts and making sure all the names were changed (to protect the innocent, of course.)

I guess I was still thinking about the blogosphere when I drifted off to sleep...

And then I ended up DREAMING this

My memory starts with Ryan hearing me contemplate ways I can blog about things near and dear to my heart without the information being received by readers in an unintended way. His reply to me was something like, "yeah...cuz I don't really understand all this glyconutrient stuff you talk about."

I answered something like, "Really? Well sometimes you have to receive the info like a child and not like an adult."

I then proceeded with, "Can I help you see this from a child's point of view?"

Then I took out my magic wand and tapped him on the head. He turned into CAPTAIN! So I sat him in a high chair next to me and started drawing diagrams and talked about the "good guys" that make up our immune system and the "bad guys" that come in the form of viruses and bacterias. That's when Ryan/Captain started chewing on the paper I was using to draw diagrams of human cells.

I realized at that point that I had made Ryan TOO young so I tapped him with my magic wand again and turned him into Grayson "You'll Be Grinnin' When You Buy From McKinnon" Russell. Thankfully, that was a good match and he was able to listen to and understand exactly how glyconutrients help the immune system. After hearing my explanation, he nodded and ran off to the backyard to swing on the swingset.

Next thing I remember was a very crowded kitchen. Henry said, "Look! That's a lot of people for supper. Do you want me to start the macaroni and cheese?"

The last vision I remember of this dream is of the two boxes of Annie's Organic Macaroni and Cheese sitting on my kitchen counter. The boxes were orange so I obviously dream in color.

Crazy, huh?

4 comments:

Ryan said...

That's odd, but in about 10 years, can I borrow the magic wand? :)

Jen said...

You are weird. :)

Anonymous said...

I always have the weirdest dreams when I'm pregnant. No magic wands yet, but some pretty weird dreams none the less. Charlotte

Stacy said...

Yeah, Char, but I'm not preggo. It doesa get worse when I am, though...