I don't proofread my posts before I publish them... cause I keep my thoughts au naturale.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

My Weird Dream: Three's Not Company

I have dreams almost every night.  Some are extremely mundane and others are very bizarre and detailed.  I had this dream over the weekend and was just telling my friend Christine about it and she said I should turn it into a book, but I decided to blog about it instead.

So in my dream, Christine and I were actresses along with the dude who plays Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) on General Hospital.  We were on this drama where the three of us lived together and were all in a weird polygamist (without the marriage) relationship because Christine and I were both dating  Steve's character.  She played a doctor and I was a freeloader.  Steve was a renegade, lol.  So on the show, Christine's character gets non-terminal lung cancer and the radiation makes her sterile.  My character becomes pregnant and her character is extremely jealous.

Outside of the show in our real life, it's pretty much the same scenario.  We are in the same relationship except we are all actors.  Christine can't have  kids anymore and Steve really wants children.  I become pregnant and Steve and I decide that we are going to go become a couple exclusively and ask Christine to leave, but I am afraid to tell her that I'm pregnant or that we're "leaving" her because she is already mad about it happening in the storyline.

If I were to interpret this dream myself, it would be quite easy:

1) I watch too much General Hospital.
2) Christine and I spend too much time together, lol.

I think I'm going to start  writing down my dreams because Christine told me I should.  And my friend Marc alleges that he will psychoanalyze them for me.


  1. Do you watch Big Love? Your dream is almost a seen out of that show. lol

  2. I'm so excited because I have my own LABEL on your blog now, and it's like... it's like I'm a REAL character on a REAL show! Yipee!

  3. I DO watch Big Love- and love it! lol...

    And Christine, you deserve your own BLOG!