I have landed in the Phillipines with my friend and our little ones. She takes the girls somewhere for a long period of time, we have a connecting flight to catch and I am worried they are lost or have been kidnapped. They finally appear the next day and I’m…
No more fu*king tea!
I am in a large house visiting a friend in Bhutan. A family we share the house with has come home from a trip to China and my friend introduces me to the father who's name is Hokkien, last name Noodle. My friend disappears into another room with the mother and little girl and I decide I want a cup of tea and walk to the dishwasher for a mug. As I reach into the dishwasher, I realise I probably shouldn't have another cup of tea as I've been drinking tea all morning. Hokkien is behind me and asks whether I'd like a cup of tea and I turn around and scream 'NO I DON'T WANT ANOTHER FUCKING CUP OF TEA!!!' He is highly amused by my outburst and I laugh explaining my recent thought process about tea and that I must be affected by the altitude. He laughs good naturedly as altitude jokes are rampant amongst foreigners. Then I look out the balcony doors and see that we are situated in the mountains and there are scattered villages and houses across the valley. The scene is so vivid but I can't see the peak of the mountain due to cloud cover.
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Dream notes and associations
My friend is working in Bhutan and often talks about the beauty of the place.
My feelings throughout the dream and on awakening
Anxious to be introduced to someone new. Amused by my outburst and subsequent camaraderie with Hokkien. The dream felt very vivid and real towards the end. I felt my mind and consciousness expanding on awakening.