Hawaii Statuesque Models Dream

All the women walk along Waikiki Beach like models on a runway.

Published by Michael Sean Erickson

I write, act, and produce films in Los Angeles. Everything else is conjecture.

3 thoughts on “Hawaii Statuesque Models Dream

    1. Yes, indeed, it was some dream. I found it surreal in part because of my mixed reaction. I love Hawaii and used to live there. I loved revisiting my old Waikiki haunts as the model women in my dream are walking beside the ocean. At the same time, I dreaded the impending doom and was as horrified as any sane man would be in seeing the creepy plastic surgeon step into my living room. My dream transitioned seamlessly from a pleasant, if quirky, travelogue to a nightmare. Is there a fine line between bright and sunny and dark and wretched? I have written a number of horror novels, and I still do not have a definitive answer to that question. My dream would seem to suggest that the answer is no.

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      1. We traveled out of the area for Christmas week. My sister had a crazy dream. Someone dragging her by the back of her collar across a room toward the door during which she had no fear. She took that to mean we had to pack up and go. We did, to arrive back in the city just in time to deal with a health drama with another family member that seemed to have started at about the same time my sister was being dragged by the scruff of her neck in her dream. It seemed that dream spilled over into real life. That was creepy.

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