All I need need to do
All I need to do is go to drill. The thing that is crazy is that I have dreamt of this landspace before, and even this scenerio. The reason, I'm not sure.
There is a Spacecraft that leaves from Cleveland at a movie theater, in the theater. I get there on time. The theater is actually a giant Rocky Mountain side. After watching the film (nameless)I see the spacecraft leave, early. I missed.
I'm with Shamus and one other person. There is a younger crew. We decide to go to the airport (which is designed in a crazy way) to rent a zip car.
We get the car and drive to the zoo. The zoo, you have to run up a stair case, on the rails, covered in lizards, as fast as possible, without disturbing the lizards.
I struggle doing it, because I freak out everytime a lizard yawns or leans its head out or tries to bit me.
Finally, I get to the top of the stairs to get to the bus (which is right outside the 1 story building. Doesn't make sense).
Ben Stiller is driving the bus. As I walk, he shuts the door and drives away. I run, jump onto the door, punching it to get his attention. I have blades to make it easier. He tries to ram me off the bus door, while talking to me that he doesn't notice me.
I wake from the R2-D2 alarm, smiling, because the alarm is hilariously obnoxious and I've seen my dream landscape before. No control yet, but aware of it. Very exciting.
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