Friday, October 16, 2009

my dream last night

My dreams are typically rather mundane and I don't usually remember them.

Last night was an exception. With every care to capture the exact nuance, I have transcribed it here for your enjoyment.


Thank you.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank YOU. It's a grand dream, indeed. Most dreams, when described are boring, but this one is wondrous.

David Miles said...

I wish my hand could talk too.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps a pink sock with googly eyes next time.

Graham Fisher said...

Makes perfect sense.

dwilson said...

Fantastic. If only people who felt invisible only needed to talk with Mr. Hand to be hear/seen.

Thanks for the posts, todays and everydays.

will kelly said...

I had a dream the other night that I dropped my MacBook in the mud. Not quite as interesting, but pretty scary.
Thanks for letting us in on your headless dream.

RAWLS said...

haha... A glimpse into the mind of Cory. ...scary.

theBictor said...

I about keeled over when I saw this. I hope to have a such a dream tonight.

Boyd Murdoch said...

Well I know what this means, it is because youve been thinking about the puppet that is being made of your Dragon. Puppeteers send their assemblage point or consciousness into their hands so that the puppet takes on life, and as a result their faces give no emotion away. It is your brains method of giving obvious reality within your dreams to a what is a rather abstract concept in waking life.

Boyd Murdoch said...

I had another thought, you are an illustrator and like most artists you probably communicate best on paper. you draw and paint with your hands, ergo your hand does the talking!

Cateris said...

I was basically gonna say what Boyd did.

As an artist, your hand is an extension of your subconscious mind.