The Weirdest Thing Just Happened in a Dream
As we start 2023 where we’ve talked about our dreams for the future, Kathy and Michelle talk about some of the dreams of the past. Recurring dreams, dreams that haunt you for days, or dreams that you share with others lead us to wonder what exactly is happening in our subconscious minds. While Michelle had some scary dream experiences, Kathy thinks that one of her recurring dreams might even be past life related. Where was she and how did that work? We also talk a little about foreign languages and how the mind works when using alternative communication methods. All this and more on this week’s WPMotivate! Share your dreams with us on Twitter or in the comments below.
Speaker 0 00:00:03 . Happy Friday, Kathy.
Speaker 1 00:00:06 It’s Friday. Yeah,
Speaker 0 00:00:07 It is.
Speaker 1 00:00:09 Although, when I woke up this morning, I swore it was Saturday and then I got this inspiration. I’m like, well, I’m just gonna act like it’s Saturday
Speaker 0 00:00:17 . And
Speaker 1 00:00:18 I’ve still been working, I’m still working and doing like all the things because I honestly, I’m one of those weird people that, you know, I’m checking the Facebook group and seeing what people are talking about. Mm-hmm. every day of the week, no matter what, because it’s like, yeah, compassion. But I’ve been acting like it Saturday and it feels good.
Speaker 0 00:00:34 . I was gonna say, so disappointing. Like I have to work on Saturday. Like
Speaker 1 00:00:43 It’s one of those things when you’re Yeah. When you like what you do, it doesn’t feel like work. And so like, talking about cadence, at least it just, yeah. It doesn’t feel like work. As long as they don’t have to sit through meetings or anything, you know?
Speaker 0 00:00:55 Exactly. Thank, thank goodness there on a Saturday, Sunday meetings at Liquid Web. I’m, I’m happy about that too. . Yeah,
Speaker 1 00:01:02 Totally.
Speaker 0 00:01:03 I have snow. I have an inch of snow on the ground.
Speaker 1 00:01:06 Do you really?
Speaker 0 00:01:07 Yeah. I walk up to the sa woke up to the sounds of the, um, bobcat. Like I live on a private road, so like, it’s a, it’s a condo association and so there’s a bobcat that gets parked here all winter long. And every time it backs up to the snow, you hear the beep beep beep. Right. And I’m like, so . So I am, I, yes, I’m disabled. That doesn’t mean I can’t get up and look out a window. So this is the lazy part of me. I open up my ring doorbell, cam , see what it looks like outside so I don’t have to get outta bed that early. And I was like, it’s like an inch of snow. Why are they plowing? Like Yeah, in the south, I get it. People dunno how to drive in the snow and, and your tires aren’t, you know, graded for that or whatever.
Speaker 0 00:01:50 But like up here in New York, like an inch of snow, like that’s nothing. Right. But nothing, yeah, nothing. My neighbor was telling me that it’s a really heavy wet snow, so it was good that they, that they got rid of it and everything. But, and there are a lot of elderly people who live in my, in my, on my road, you know, in my subdivision or whatever, whatever you call condo, um, subdivision. And so it’s good. It’s definitely good. I park in the garage. I wanted like three people in this entire neighborhood that doesn’t have their garage loaded with so much. Um, what was the word? Compost? . Really? That like, that I park in my garage. I’m like, we get snow. People like, do yourself a favor and park in your garage. Like I, this is the first time in my life I’ve been able to park inside and I don’t have to go out and try to scrape a car off in the, in the winter.
Speaker 0 00:02:37 And next Tuesday I’m getting an auto starter, like an automatic starter in my car so that no matter where I am, nice, I can start it and watch that snow and I start to melt before I get in it. So, anyway. Nice. I completely digress from my topic of that I wouldn’t talk about today, but yes, I have a little bit of snow on the ground. You were saying it’s cold where you are and I believe it, but I, I have not ventured out yet, but I will be wearing boots when I go out today because there is no, yeah.
Speaker 1 00:03:03 Anyway. Wow. We had a day, well two days in a row. Mm-hmm. like Tuesday I think. Tuesday and Wednesday it was 80 degrees here. Oh my gosh. All the windows were open. Of course the cats and the dogs are just like, woo
Speaker 0 00:03:16 .
Speaker 1 00:03:16 Yeah. What’s going on? I just decided Wednesday, it’s just like, okay, it’s lunchtime. I’m going for a walk with the dogs at three o’clock. Nice. And it was so nice and so warm, but it was also like warm enough that I came home and like, I gotta close my eyes. It’s for minute. That’s sleepy
Speaker 0 00:03:32 . Yes. Yes.
Speaker 1 00:03:34 But it was so nice. So nice. It’s
Speaker 0 00:03:36 Nice. I
Speaker 1 00:03:37 Love it when, when the, when the weather’s nice in Texas, you have to take advantage of it cuz it’s gonna either, you know, be too hot to do anything or an ice storm is gonna kill people. So you, one
Speaker 0 00:03:46 Way or the other, there’s a happy medium only so often .
Speaker 1 00:03:51 Yeah, exactly.
Speaker 0 00:03:53 Well, as I was, I was, we, we do talk for a few minutes before we record of course. So I did give you a heads up, but I’ll tell everybody else my idea for their topic today is dreams. I actually posted something, I think it was last week on Twitter. Like, does anybody else have like, recurring dreams or really strong dreams that they remember for a really long time? And I just, I don’t, I I haven’t done like a ton of that like dream analysis to see like, what the heck is my brain doing while I’m sleeping? Right. Um, with the exception of one that has been a recurring dream for so long, not always exactly the same, but very similar. And so I thought I would share with you some of mine and I would love to hear yours as well. But I have two dreams from childhood now and where I lived at the time, I know this, I know I was five years old when I dreamt these dreams because of where I lived and where I was dreaming the location.
Speaker 0 00:04:46 So I , I sound like such an idiot when I tell you this part. I grew up terrified, terrified of ghosts and aliens. I never encountered them, at least not that I know of. But, um, , I was so afraid of ghosted aliens. So I have two dreams that I remember in this house that we lived in, in St. Louis, Missouri, in Webster Groves, Missouri. One was, and I had saw, to preface it, my bedroom had a, a door into the hallway, a door into my brother’s room, and then this like accordion door that opened over the staircase. And at five years old, I felt like I was the princess in the turret, right? Because I could look out over the staircase and like be Princess Michelle. So that gives you an idea. . And, and it’s pointed. So in my dream I woke up and I looked over what I called the balcony right over the stairs and there were these giant daddy long legs, like five feet tall.
Speaker 0 00:05:45 Like when I say giant, I’m not talking like, I’m talking like people size daddy long legs with these glass helmets on like you would see in like a Mars invasion type movie coming up the stairs. Oh my gosh. And that’s like the only part of the dream I remember, but I remember that vividly. Yeah. The other dream was also in that house where there were ghosts coming up the stairs to find us. And so I ran into my brother’s room and I woke them up cuz they shared a room and we climbed out through the window and went on either side of the window on top of the, um, on top of the porch roof so that the ghosts wouldn’t find us. And in my dream they looked like . They looked like Scooby-Doo ghosts. Like they were cartoons in my dream cartoon ghosts coming for us.
Speaker 0 00:06:29 So like, those were my earliest memories of dreaming was at the time. I looked back and it’s like so funny, right? Like Scooby Doos. Yeah. Like cartoons are after me, but they were terrifying. Like I woke up in a cold sweat, like these things were coming after me and everything, but those were like some of my earliest dreams. . But then, wow. Well, I I I, I should probably not even tell this part. I was a victim of childhood, um, sleep paralysis and, uh, I can’t remember what they called it exactly, of night terrors at two years old. And I remember these, and I did, but I don’t remember them as dreams. I remember them as actual events, which clearly did not happen. But at two years old, I remember my bedroom filling up with water, like I was going to drown. I remember on separate another night when the walls cracked open and the fire was coming to get me.
Speaker 0 00:07:21 And I remember a third night where there was a tiger circling my bed to eat me. Now clearly those things did not happen, but my memory is that they were actual not dreams. I know, I know. Otherwise I know otherwise, yeah. But at two years old, I, they put me on Valium, like, oh my gosh. Yeah. So if you wonder like all these years later, what is wrong with Michelle? Well, it was the two year old drinking Valium at night to go to sleep. Oh my gosh. Well, but yeah, I mean, back then what did they do? They medicate, you know, everything other than they, they didn’t know. Yeah. Yeah. It’s like a two year old can really have conversations for therapy. Either. I’m, I don’t white. I don’t know why I dreamt or had the night terrors or dream dreams that I did. There’s probably some trauma in my early childhood that I haven’t unpacked yet.
Speaker 0 00:08:07 But, uh, or a television program I saw or something that was, you know, um, triggering these kinds of things. But as an adult, let’s pr let’s fast forward a little bit, and then I wanna hear yours too. As an adult, I have recurring dreams about bridges. And in one dream that happens over and over again. I’m with friends. It’s, it doesn’t like, it’s the same dream, but it’s always like, the circumstances are a little bit different. But I’m always with friends and I’m in a car and I’m on a bridge that goes over a city like you can get from one side of the city to the other on this incredibly ridiculously high bridge. But I’m, I am afraid of bridges. I mean, I go over them. I do my best white knuckle. It, I’ve never not crossed a bridge, but I hate them. I hate them with the passion really.
Speaker 0 00:08:50 Um, but in this one, but in this stream, I’m always trying to get from point A to B and avoid all the city streets by taking this ridiculously high bridge. The other dream I have is Niagara Falls. And in my dream there are bridges across Niagara Falls, which of course there are across the Niagara River, but there’s footbridge footbridges that you can literally walk across the precipice of the falls. But like a balance babe. Like when we’re not talking, there’s no railings or whatever. And like, I always look down at my shoes, like, well, I hope these cracks will get me across, you know, as I’m like scaling across, across Niagara Falls. And in some of them I have to climb the rocks from the base of the falls to the top of the falls to cross the, the cross Denver falls. Wow. So, yes, I’ve looked up what it means to have bridges. It definitely means like you’re transitioning things in your life. So different periods of my life, these, these dreams are more prevalent than others, but trying to get from point A to point B, trying to accomplish things like that. But it’s, but it’s interesting that they’re so vivid and that they have been with me for so long. I’m 54 years old and I’ve had them for years and years and they’re still, you know, things that I think of at least on a weekly basis. So, interesting, huh?
Speaker 1 00:09:56 Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:09:57 What about you? Do you have any recurring dreams or vivid dreams that things that have kind of stuck with you over the years? Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:10:03 Well there’s one, when I, when I lived in Chicago right after college, everybody was just like, woo, move to Chicago. You know, and like, live by Wrigley Field, it’s what we all do. And so, you know, I did it too. Sure. And, uh, I lived in this, um, I lived in the studio apartment. It was 15 floors up and it was like a block off the lake. And so I had this lake view, but, you know, in between other buildings that had the butter lake view. But, you know, for a 22 year old kid, it was, it was pretty cool. Um, and I was working a job that was just like, all right, I’m just moving to Chicago. First job, I’ll just take, I’ll just do this and I’ll sure find my way. Right. And it was, um, not me. It was so not me.
Speaker 1 00:10:42 And I kept having these dreams and I’d take the l from like that neighborhood, I’d take it downtown. And I, I was definitely having these like feelings of like, I, I live in a box, I go to work in a box and then I sit in a cubicle box and I’m just like box to box to box. And then I was having these dreams of being on the L and then I’d be like taking the L and I was taking like, it would go underground. And so like when you get down to the loop, it was underground. Mm-hmm. But I was on the elevated part of it. And um, it would take a turn and it would go off into the lake and I’d be like, terrified that I’m going into the lake. And while like, we’re going in the wrong way. And I constantly, the entire time I had that job and I knew it was like, I don’t belong here, I shouldn’t be here type of thing. Mm-hmm. , I kept going into the lake and it was the weirdest thing. I mean, I would sit at nights sometimes cuz like, it was so funny. We, my friends from college, we’d get together and be like, remember in college? And you’d come home and you’d have like, and this is like dating myself before cell phones. So we had answering machines,
Speaker 0 00:11:42 . Yes, yes. You’d come home,
Speaker 1 00:11:43 You’d go to class and you’d come home and there’d be five messages. Everybody wants to hang out in college. And you’d come home after work, like, and it’d be like zero messages, , zero friends. And so I’d just be like, okay, well everybody’s busy. And I’d just sit and I’d look at the Lake , I’d just sit and look at the water and watch the moon. You know? And I just was very enamored and I’d like, I was really active back then. I was like running miles like, boy, wow. It was crazy. Me. But I, I was like, you know, lakefront was like amazing to run on because you had like the juxtaposition of like this massive, beautiful, great lake that mm-hmm. more like an ocean cuz you can’t see across it in Chicago. Yeah. And then like, man’s greatness with these like huge tall buildings and then running in between it. And so I was like enamored with the lake Yeah. And loved the lake. And so all these dreams and I, I just could like, okay, somebody’s trying to tell me I am not on the right tree. , I’m not on the right track. So I didn’t stick with that job, you know, I was like the first job outta college. I didn’t know what I was doing anyway. And like, who wants to listen to a 22 year old kid? I sir, don’t . Hello. These days I’m like, some 22 year old kids are pretty smart.
Speaker 0 00:12:53 Pretty smart. Yeah.
Speaker 1 00:12:54 Mm-hmm. . Yeah. I like, I don’t know, but back then I didn’t have much, I don’t know, self-esteem was different. . Yeah, I hear you. Um, so that dream. And then the other dream that I kept always having was, and this one I’m pretty sure like is past life stuff because it was so vivid. It seems real, but I was, again in Chicago, except it was Paris and I was also like living on the lake, but it was Paris and it was like, everybody’s like wearing the berets and wearing like, it’s like I must have,
Speaker 0 00:13:25 There’s a mime on every street corner, , like
Speaker 1 00:13:29 It was in cafes and just everything. Now the funny thing is like, I don’t, I can’t, French is if like you ask me to speak any language, French will be the last one I try. I just never like German. I can pick that up. I can speak enough. I bien Deutch, and Italian. I picked up like really easily. That one, I still pick talk Italian. I can understand them all the time, even though I don’t really speak it that often. And, uh, yeah, no, Instagram thinks I like Italian stuff. So they’re just like, and I’m like, oh, that’s so funny. And my daughter’s like, what? I’m like, it goes, nevermind. She’s trying to learn Italian now. But French, I have, I personally don’t feel any connection to it mm-hmm. , except these dreams are just so vivid and I keep showing up back there again. And then it’s funny, I think it was just like, there’s like one major aspect of that lifetime if it is a past life mm-hmm. or, or the archetype of whatever my unconscious wants me to know about it that I just need to figure out. So mm-hmm. , I think I figured most of it though. It’s been a while, but yeah, all my stuff is in Chicago, so I think that’s why I left a while. It’s
Speaker 0 00:14:34 Just like going
Speaker 1 00:14:35 On here.
Speaker 0 00:14:37 Oh my gosh. That’s, that’s, it’s really interesting though, right? Like when you, and if somebody says to you, do you have a, like, do you have a memory of a vivid dream? Like yes I do. Like, boom, it’s right there, right? Like you could, yeah. You could just talk about it. And it’s nothing that ever, I mean, past lives notwithstanding, but it’s nothing that we’ve experienced in re in like current life. Like this will come as a giant shock to everybody. I have never walked a balance beam across the precipice of Niagara Falls, and yet I dream about it all the time. Right. So it’s like, it’s so weird. It’s just so weird. Yeah. Wow. I, I do remember it is funny that you talk about the, the, um, French and everything. I remember taking French in high school and, you know, you start to learn words and, and all these things. And I, and I had a dream in French, like the seven words I knew like, you know, whatever. And the rest of ’em were probably just made up. But I remember in the dream, I was trying to explain to one of my French students, classmates, right? Like the, in my French class with me, we were on a boat with a cake. And I remember going sau, like there’s a cake on their boat. Right. Because they rhymed. That’s, I remember that dream knowledge. You just unlocked that for me. So thank you. .
Speaker 1 00:15:55 Too funny.
Speaker 0 00:15:57
Speaker 1 00:15:58 ,
Speaker 0 00:15:59 I’ve been taking Spanish lessons for almost 800 days, almost 800 days straight now on, on Duolingo. And so when I start, when I, whenever I recall French, it screws everything up with my pronunciations and the way that I am trying to learn to speak Spanish, because it’s all in there, all jumbled up together.
Speaker 1 00:16:18 Yeah. . Oh, that, yeah. When we went to, um, word Camp Europe in Berlin mm-hmm. and I was with my son and we went to an Italian restaurant and those are the two language. I took German in high school and had friends who are German and mm-hmm. , um, who don’t speak very good English. Very, very adorable soccer player that I met in Chicago. Mm-hmm. . Anyway, , he didn’t speak a word of English. And I’m like, at this bar and my friend is like, I think he really likes you. And I’m like, that, that guy, no way. But he really liked me. So we ended up, we’re still friends today, so anyway. That’s nice. Yeah. Much English and I, all the high school German came back, so, but anyway, we were in, we were in Berlin and we went to an Italian restaurant, all the Italian and the German together. It’s just like, I don’t know who I was. It was so
Speaker 0 00:17:12 Funny. It’s, it’s like language soup in your head after a while. It’s like, it
Speaker 1 00:17:15 Is, it’s like I’ve got this one place that’s like the other language and it’s just like German, Italian, little bit of Spanish sometimes, but
Speaker 0 00:17:25 Yeah. And mostly, and my brain will sometimes throw in sign language too. Like I’ll be trying to explain, I’ll like when my, my, my dad’s second wife. Our third wife was from, um, the Dominican Republic. And when I first met her, she didn’t speak English and I had taken French in high school. Right. So did what we would spend the whole day together and somehow we would understand. But there would come a point where I would be like trying to explain something and instinctively like my hands would try to make a sign to explain it. Like she speaks Spanish. That doesn’t mean she understands a s l like, but it was all somehow in, it’s that language center in your brain just connects everything through it. A very strange way. . Yeah. Yeah. Very strange.
Speaker 1 00:18:06 Very odd. Yeah. It’s interesting how the brain just is such a fascinating thing because just
Speaker 0 00:18:13 Like
Speaker 1 00:18:14 How languages happen, how do dreams happen? How do symbols, like just the symbols of, oh, I was outside walking and there’s a crow. I wonder now that crow’s circling my head, like, what is this crazy place? Yeah. And what is, what are you trying to tell me?
Speaker 0 00:18:29 Yeah, for sure. It’s, it’s just, it’s interesting stuff for sure. And it’s like, I don’t even know that I could write it down. I can speak it, but I don’t even know that I could write down exactly what happens in a dream. And I often will wake up remembering my dreams, but then forget them very, very rapidly. Of course. You know? Yeah. And, and like, I, like I should have a little voice recorder next to me. But then again, if, if I forget it that quickly, maybe I’m not supposed to remember it. Like maybe that’s, yeah, maybe it’s good that it was fleeting, you know? I mean
Speaker 1 00:18:57 That’s right. Or how about those dreams that you have that it’s like the whole next day you feel like you’re still there. .
Speaker 0 00:19:02 Yeah. Those are weird like so vivid that Yeah, for sure.
Speaker 1 00:19:06 Yeah, for sure. I am I here? Am I there? Like, you still feel it’s so vivid that it’s like, yes, you were just engrossed in like the most impactful movie of your life and you can’t come back to this reality. Yeah.
Speaker 0 00:19:19 Did I ever tell you I, and I can’t remember who I’ve told what and I can’t and if it was even on the podcast or not, but did I ever tell you about the dream that my daughter and I had the same time?
Speaker 1 00:19:27 No, that’s cool.
Speaker 0 00:19:28 Yeah, so she was five at the time and actually the room that I’m in right now that we’re, I’m recording in when she was young and I was going to school for my M b a, she and I shared this bedroom cuz this condo was my parents that I’ve bought since. So where I’m sitting right now was where her bed was , my bed was over there. Wow. And at some point in the middle of the night, she had gotten up and climbed into my bed. I didn’t even hear her. Didn’t, it didn’t register well, I woke up from a horrible nightmare that I was at the local theme park, which is called Darienne Lake. And I had taken her to the theme park and I looked down and she was gone. And in my dream, I am literally running everywhere. I’m looking at the bottom of the, the pools at the bottom of the slides to see if she’s drowned.
Speaker 0 00:20:08 Like every parent’s worst nightmare. Your child’s missing. Yeah. Are they dead? Are they alive? Are they just wandered off? Did somebody take them? Like, I am frantic in this dream trying to find my daughter and I literally wake up and the sweat is coming down off me. Cuz it was that, oh my gosh, I intense of a dream. And I didn’t even realize at this point yet that she was right beside me in bed because I’m still like processing what’s awake and what’s real and what’s not. And she wakes up and lets out a blood curing scream. Oh my gosh. And I’m like, oh my gosh, Leo, are you okay? What’s wrong? It’s wrong. You’re, it’s o like, it’s, it’s okay. You’re right here. I’m mommy’s right ear. Right. And she’s, and so first of all, I had been to this theme park because I was, you know, a 20 something year old mother.
Speaker 0 00:20:46 She was five. She had never been to the theme park yet cuz I wasn’t taking her to a big theme park until she was a little bit older. Right. Yeah. But she’d seen it on tv, like the commercials for it. So she wakes up with this blood curling scream and I’m like, what’s wrong? What’s wrong with songs? She said, I had a dream. I was at Darienne Lake and I couldn’t find you. So we were having the exact same dream at the same time from our own perspectives. And I said, well where were you? She said, I was by the Ferris wheel and I couldn’t find you. I’m like, well I was by the water slides, that’s why you couldn’t find me. Like literally we were having this dream the same years later. Like we, and we both still remember this vividly cuz we’ve talked about it over the years, years later we’re telling my mother about this. She was probably 17 at the time. We’re recall, we’re recalling this, we’re talking 12 years after the fact and she says she stopped. She goes, wait mom, when you were having this dream, was it like normal lighting or was it kind of like that hazy blue lighting that you get in like tv like when they’re doing I go, no, it was the hazy blue. She goes, me too. Like, so like literally having this dream at the Santa. How weird is that?
Speaker 1 00:21:52 That is, that is a trip.
Speaker 0 00:21:55 That is a psychic connection if I It’s never happened since. Yeah. Not that we know of anyway, but yeah. Really crazy. Wow.
Speaker 1 00:22:03 That’s amazing. Yeah. Timeline, timeline shifting around
Speaker 0 00:22:07 . Like which one,
Speaker 1 00:22:07 What are we on
Speaker 0 00:22:08 Now? Exactly. Which brings me to less, which which reminds me, I watched that new movie last night, everything everywhere all at once.
Speaker 1 00:22:16 Oh,
Speaker 0 00:22:17 Trippy. Yeah. Very trippy. But it reminded me of all of this dream stuff. So you get an opportunity, you have to pay attention cuz it’s in Mandarin with subtitles occasionally. Right. So, but mostly it’s in English, but then they’ll like, the family will. So if you’re not watching, you’ll be like, wait, what just happened? So you literally have to pay attention to it. But it was very, very, very interesting and it was a really good movie about parent-child relationships and things like that too, in a very interesting, weird way. But yeah, if you get a chance to take a look at it, I think all of this will, well you’ll be like, oh, this is exactly what we’re talking about.
Speaker 1 00:22:51 So amazing. I love that kind of stuff. Like, um, the movie, what Dreams may Come, the one with, uh, Robin Williams. Did you ever see that one?
Speaker 0 00:22:59 Yes, yes.
Speaker 1 00:23:00 Loved that one. That was so good. Yeah. Yeah. I love, um, I’ve always been just kind of fascinated with just, I haven’t, like in, in high school I had this teacher and he started talking about like all this like real trippy hypnosis and um mm-hmm. other worlds and stuff like that. And I was just like, you know, better new us history . He, and ever, ever since, I have just been absolutely fascinated by that kind of thing. It’s just, yeah. So interesting to me. So I’ve always kind of been on the Trippi side, which part of the reason when we had the opportunity to move Mount Shasta where they say there’s Bigfoots and there’s aliens and there’s like supposedly a city underneath the mountain and all of this stuff. I’m like, tell me more . And, uh, I never,
Speaker 0 00:23:45 Who are, yes, I had friends who .
Speaker 1 00:23:48 I never really had any like, I mean, up on the mountain there’s definitely, I don’t know if it’s like lack of oxygen or the elevation or whatever. I definitely had some trippy experiences up there, but I never like met any like aliens or stuff like that. Yeah, yeah. My son though would go like, hang out in downtown Mount Shasta and he’d be like, oh yeah, I met this person. He like, he’d meet all kinds of like, just out there kind of people. So yeah, I just, I don’t know some people who are just like a little too out there . Yeah. It was always entertaining and different, you know, just yeah. Uh, a neat experience.
Speaker 0 00:24:20 It’s, our brains are interesting things that can connect and conjure and remember and create in such amazing and uh, and unique and individual ways. I just love it. Yeah. So, me too, if you’re listening, we wanna know, tell us about your dreams. So te you know, dms or you know, reply on Twitter. Um, tell us we’re, cuz you know, you’ve probably found this cuz we posted it on Twitter. Um, fi find us and tell us, we wanna know if you ever had a very interesting, vivid or recurring dream, something you’d like to share. We wanna hear about it.
Speaker 1 00:24:56 Definitely.
Speaker 0 00:24:57 Yeah. All right. Well keep dreaming. I hope you get, have lovely dreams this weekend. I, um, well I’m gonna try to dream of 80 degree weather in Texas and not 30 degree weather in New York. . Yeah,
Speaker 1 00:25:10 It’s cold again now. So we’re,
Speaker 0 00:25:13 We’re both dreaming about 80 degree weather in Texas then
Speaker 1 00:25:15 . Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. One of, um, somebody I work with is going to, uh, Mexico and the down by, uh, Cancun and whatnot. Oh, nice. I’m just super ju like the water there. I just like, just wanna float in warm ocean water.
Speaker 0 00:25:30 Yeah, I understand. Me too. Or a hot tub. I I’m not picky
Speaker 1 00:25:38 Anything. Yeah. At this point,
Speaker 0 00:25:39 . All right. It’s always a pleasure, Kathy. Look forward to connecting with you again next week. And for everybody else, we’ll see you online.
Speaker 1 00:25:49 Bye .