craaaazyyy dreaaaammsss

by Ellen in

Do you know what it’s like to wonder?
Do you know what it’s like to be alone in love
With the one you adore?
Do you know what it’s like to hold her?
Do you know what it’s like to feel the way I do?
Well if she only knew

I’m gonna keep on hoping
She catches my smile
And I’m gonna keep on hoping
That she likes my style
And I’m gonna keep on hoping
That one day she’ll be mine

That’s why I’m gonna keep on kissing
Her in my dreams
And I’m gonna keep on
Waiting for those yellows to change to greens
And I’m gonna keep on
Hoping one day she’ll be mine

This song is by Jason Mraz and Raul Midon, a blind human trumpet. He's incredible, and so is this tune. Very easy listening, which I like.

Last night I dreamed that I was at Marth and Dud's new house, but it was in Italy, built into a bunch of rocks on the Sea. Marth was so proud to show me her house, complete with picture frames made out of antique chairs and 3 giant, prehistoric llamas on her sun porch. They were of an array of colors, and not trained quite yet, so a little dangerous as well. We tried to pet the giant prehistoric llamas, but they ended up throwing us into the Sea, and taking over the house.

Martha has a really unique style, and I feel like all of this would happen to her anyway.

AND I have a vague feeling I dreamed I was on a pirate ship where all the youth I work with were telling me where they were going to college, and I would burst into tears thinking about them leaving. But we were pirates, so it was OK.

AND, this isn't a dream (thank goodness!): Elise and I are moving! In the words of Uncle Will, we are excited to "come out of the closet" about it. We like where we are, but Luna the wonderpup is growing exponentially and she needs her own backyard. And her own hottub, too, because Will has one of those. We are really excited, and we hope that Will knows what he's getting himself into. It's all good stuff, of course, but when you say yes to the two (now three) of us, you get like, 5461256745153 of our closest friends. Maybe we'll find him a good woman. Anyway, we are excited for the space, the alarm system, and the safety of Will's manliness (hahaha.). Now there will be not only 2, but 3 people in one house that always have on their boogie shoes in order to accomodate their infinity of dancing rhythm. I imagine it will look something like this: