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Zombies invading my home

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Ok, I have to admit...I love Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Such demented minds could only write the things they (King especially) do. I use to have the oddest, grossest nightmares. Things you'd read in a Stephen King book. It has been 6-7 years since I've had such nightmares. Until last night. Holy cow. Zombies were trying to get into my house, the dryer kept filling up with water, and of course everyone else in the house just went about their business like they weren't there. I'm not really sure where the midgets and rogue butterflies fit in, but I think since the butterflies were trying to eat my face they must have been the zombies pets. So what did I eat last night to bring this on? Umm nothing out of the ordinary. So I only got about 3 hours of sleep and I feel terrible this morning. Good news is it's sunny and will be 50 degrees. I am planning a nice long walk with my dog and i-pod. Hopefully I can walk these cob webs out of my mind. Actually in the scheme of things this nightmare wasn't half as bad as the ones I use to have. I should be grateful for that.
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  • BELLE0308
    Lions...don't see "The Ghost in the Darkness"...that is REALLY creepy. ; )
    2658 days ago
    whew glad I'm not the only onw who is nuts ! emoticon
    2659 days ago
    I think BELLEo3o8 may be right. Only, I dreamed of lions. Going about the house and chasing my family. emoticon
    2659 days ago
  • BELLE0308
    LOL!! That is so funny! It kind of isn't but last night I had a dream that my family were the only ones around who weren't vampires and we had to go on the run to escape them. This was pretty wierd since I don't generally read horror genre. I do take in the occasional Vampire was strange. I kept waking up too. Funny...must be something in the air. emoticon
    2659 days ago
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