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Tiny flying magpie... [Oct. 5th, 2003|03:52 pm]
Miss Von Trapp
[Mood |draineddrained]

I've slept from 7pm yesterday to 5:30am this morning...and then from 7am right thru till 3pm...

Just been up to Plymco for milk etc...I'm still tired...the more I sleep the more I can sleep. I could sleep for england lol!!

Had some very peculiar dreams tho...vampirism and dehydration...my own face moving in a mirror without it being under my control (I think I was yelling 'cause a cat was having the same problems)...air lack and under-duvet trappage I suspect was the cause...

...and a really tiny 1 inch tall magpie trapped flying about in my fridge when I went to get a drink...

Oh dear. This kind of thing always happens when I sleep to long without enough liquids/air...

*rubs face*

I need a cup of tea...

[User Picture]From: vimster
2003-10-05 08:02 am (UTC)
A chap dressed as a skeleton flew out of my window, leaving a stylised plastic skull, attached to which was a plastic bag containing a medicine bottle and a form with the words "Kill Keith" stamped on it. I wasn't sure if I had to poison myself or what. Dreams eh? :)

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From: perfectblueness
2003-10-05 11:02 am (UTC)
Ever wonder why it is the more you sleep the more you feel like sleeping? Ahehe*Your dream sounds like it would be more someones drug trip=o}
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From: wildgift93
2003-10-05 02:53 pm (UTC)
What are you taking...and can I have some?
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2003-10-06 04:02 am (UTC)
Probably too much carbon dioxide and not enough oxygen the way I go underground in my duvet...

Me and Dali in a surrealist nightmare painting showdown??

I'd win and you know it hehehehe!!!
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