further adventures of a sad bunny

you don't really want to be reading this, I'm telling you, so please "switch off your *technology* and go and do something more interesting instead". . .

*insert word of your choice*

rather than the promised truth, I'll spare you the more gruesome details of my most recent 24 hours, but what I will tell you is that at one stage during the early morning I had a nightmare

I dreampt that a cup of (very decent, it has to be said, coffee) that XCH brought me when he popped in yesterday (without my POVSs) for all of a ten minute chat, had been spilt on the floor in my bedroom here in the hospital. . .

I was trying to mop it up, when it turned out instead to be water leaking in copius spurting quantities from the drain of the bathroom next door. . .

I was trying to mop that up, when that turned out to be water from a flume from one of those fancy swimming pools of which the youth of today (and some fully grown adults) are so fond. . .

I was washed down the flume, head under water, gasping for breath but swallowing gallons instead and choking on said gallons, clinging on to many and varied people who were rushing past me and apparently actually enjoying the experience on the way. . .

I recognised one of my old boyfriends amongst them - someone I haven't thought about for years, the guy who introduced me to the foul and disgusting habit of smoking, to which I am now addicted. . .

I was wearing my PJs, but everyone else was in very skimpy bikins or speedos. . .

I won't bore you with the rest, but needless to say I woke up in horrible sweat and very very distressed

despite that,
I wish you all a happy Sunday
and hope that your day is full of love,
people who love you,
some relaxation or an interesting persuit
and nothing too upsetting

23 comments:

Steg said...

I'm no interpreter of dreams but what does strike me is what a nightmarish concept "speedos" are on your average man. I mean, for pity's sake, I won't even appear in public in a pair of shorts!

Good morning, by the by.

I, like the view, still said...

good morning. . .

. . .I'm in full agreement about the concept of speedos (and also your average man in board shorts, to be perfectly honest)

I prefer my man in a swimming pool naked

Dave said...

*makes note not to go swimming with ILTV*

I've just woken from a drug-induced sleep, so the day can only get better. As, I hope, can yours.

Steg said...

I can't swim, so am unlikely to be found in a swimming pool, in a state of undress or otherwise. I assume it's the lack of flesh over my bones that results in a lack of natural buoyancy.

Mel said...

What's up with that? I scored -23 on the 30's wifey test.

k........there's no real surprise, huh?

I'd get a higher negative score for being in a skimpy bikini.

I'da been sweating and distressed if that had been my dream.
But today is headed into some very good moments, no doubt.
I'll trust that and send lots of warm, peacefilled thoughts.
Thinkin' we could all use an abundance of those......

*huge hugs*

I, like the view, still said...

hugs, mel, dearheart

:-)

I'll strike that from my list of *things to do with dave* then, dave

:-(

the more I learn about you, the more I like you, beetleboy

;-)

Steg said...

"beetleboy"?

Are you, perchance, referring to me?

I, like the view, still said...

if you're the skinny one, I sure am. . .

(I'm on new drugs today - can you tell?)

;-)

Steg said...

They seem to be agreeing with you!

"The skinny one"? Oh yes, that would be me.

Rimshot said...

Your dream sounds a bit like that Lewis Carrol story about a rabbit hole or some such (can't say I've read it).

I, like the view, still said...

shot I think you're thinking of Alice in Wonderland (as opposed to Through the Looking Glass)

my dream was a lot scarier than that

I've read the book and seen the Disney cartoon and various other films of it. . .

apparently he spent a lot of time using various drugs to enhance his mental state

probably not prescription ones like mine tho

I ended up (in the dream) in a swimming pool from which the water drained out, leaving me holding some kind of hosepipe that then turned into a flamethrower and then I found myself lost wet and cold in a multistorey carpark in the middle of the countryside in the dead of night

it was a little more complex than that, but not very enjoyable at all

tonight I'll try and stick to schnitzel and noodle and crisp apple strudel and wild geese with the moon on their wings

X

Dave said...

So what else is on this list?

Does it include surfboards, wetsuits or balaclavas?

I, like the view, still said...

dave sweetie, it can include anything you fancy that you're comfortable about (and I'll even let you slip in something rude, if you fancy, as a special treat)(!)

how about I start knitting you a blalclava, from the top of the head and keep on going all the way down to your toes - kind of like a wet suit - you provide the surfboard?

;-)

I, like the view, still said...

(apologies for ECT induced typos)(I'm sure you know what I'm trying to say, even if I'm not)

Dave said...

Will you need to measure my inside leg?

Dave said...

I think the phrase 'I'll even let you slip in something rude' is rude enough by itself.

I, like the view, still said...

one of the things I like about you is that some of the time you are very easily pleased!

how about I knit with some kind of stretchy yarn, so I don't have to fanny about near your crotch?

Mel said...

k....is 'fanny about' anything close to 'faff about'?

LOL JUST askin'....
If I get answers here, I can pull it out and use it on himself and blow his socks off.....

I, like the view, still said...

mel I used the word "fanny" in a kind of a double entendre way

"fanny about" does indeed = "faff about"

but, as The Brit will inform you*, here in the UK a girl's "fanny" is not the same part of her body as an US girl's "fanny" would be. . .

hence we laugh about your "fanny packs" (which we call "bum bags")(and yes "bum" also means a low-life)

but I was being very cheeky and referring to - or alluding to the reference to - a fanny being very close to dave's inside leg

oo-er, missus!!

*and if he's never shared that one with you, I guess it might blow his socks off, depending on what kind of socks he is wearing and/or how you manage to slip the word "fanny" into a conversation. . .

;-D

I, like the view, still said...

boy-oh-boy, these new drugs are gonna get me into a helluva lot of trouble

given the chance. . .

Steg said...

Hence I can never hear ZZ Top's "Legs" without chuckling - "She's got legs, right up to her fanny"!

I said those new drugs seemed to be agreeing with you. It's a great opportunity - you can say whatever you want and blame it on the medication.

Mel said...

<--knew about the 'fanny' deal ONLY cuz that was one of the first blunders I made with himself when we were doing long distance.

<--was REALLY glad the blunder was with him and not with THE mum.
OMG, OMG, OMG!!!!

LOL

katherine. said...

even with all the comments I am unclear what "fanny about" really means...

I did feel sorta swept away by this story...