I just dreamed that I woke up and saw the living room light on. Then next thing I know the dogs are in bed with us and hubby said he couldn't sleep. I thought I couldn't either, but I really was asleep. So I got up and noticed he had turned off the t.v. and he told me he couldn't sleep and I said "Well you could put the dogs up"- I thought they were jumping on the bed. So I got up and turned the bedroom t.v. on and turned my light on. He was actually in bed asleep and said "What are you doing?!?!" I told him I thought he was awake watching t.v. and he said he hadn't left the bed. So now I'm up and it's 2:30 a.m. and the experience was so real that now I can't sleep. Has this happened to anyone else?The last thing I remember dreaming was I was walking through Target with my biggest dog, Jet with another person who also had his dog. I was trying to help him find a sign for his yard. Target was expanding and there were people laying the floor. I told them it looked great, but was surprised they didn't use linoleum instead of vinyl. WTF????? (I'm a BP2 snd this is very unusual for me). ARGH.
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