||[Oct. 10th, 2003|08:02 am]
I'm bored, so I'll write about my dream.
I had a very strange dream that I was a an art university, and my father was the teacher at one of my classes. His parents were also students. Well, everyone was drawing away (the drawings looked like scribbles to me), and then I noticed an aviary in a corner of the room that was packed with assorted birds of prey and house finches. Strangely enough, the large birds weren't eating the finches--they were all just sitting there. I thought, I'd better get the keys and rescue them, so I asked a little boy dressed like a police officer for help. He was really proud because it was Halloween and he was the only person dressed as a police officer, and said he would help if I let him keep the keys. So me, the little kid, and my dad's parents (who wanted to help too) all waited until my dad was asleep, and took the keys. We set the birds free, and then decided to go grocery shopping. As we were walking out, my dad woke up and started yelling at us. So we all went into the class next door. They were making little figures out of aluminum foil, so we proceeded to make them too.
Then when my father was gone, we went to the store (with me driving), and I found a little wooden box in which money appears depending on how well-behaved you've been. This was from another dream as well, which I'll tell later. I bought one, and when I looked inside of it there was an insane amount of money, which meant that setting the birds free was the right thing to do. I was happy, and that's all I remember.
Any comments, or ideas as to what this could mean?