In the second weird dream that I had last night, I dreamed that I was walking around my neighborhood when I suddenly realized that I was in a dream and that I needed to wake up. So, I decided that I should commit a crime because I knew that, as soon as the police arrested me, I would wake up.
So, I walked up to a car that was parked in front of a house and I looked inside. I saw that the door was unlocked and that keys were still in the ignition. I got in the car, started the engine, and drove off.
As I drove around for a little bit but I didn’t see any police. So, I decided to go to Northpark Mall and do some shopping.
At the mall, I was not only having a great time shopping but I was also happy to see that whole place was decorated for Christmas! As I walked around the mall, I suddenly noticed that there was a huge amount of people in what appeared to be an antique store.
I stepped into the store and I saw that there was a long line of people waiting to go through a door that led into the back of the store. I also saw that my friend Amy was standing at the back of the line so I walked over to her and asked her what was going on.
She told me that the antique store was actually an embassy and everyone was waiting to have their papers checked. She told me that everyone in the back of the store was a political prisoner and that she was there to protest the embassy’s human right violations and that the store was a dangerous place to be.
“Are you sure you want to be here?” she asked me.
I shrugged and said, “It’s just a dream.”
So, I joined Amy in line. One-by-one, people were allowed to enter the back of the store. It took forever but finally, Amy and I reached the door. Looking through the doorway, I saw a room that had one table, three chairs, and a lot of uniformed men.
“Are you ready?” Amy asked me.
I looked at the men in the room and then said, “No, I change my mind.”
“What about the cause?” she asked me.
“What cause?” I replied, before walking out of the antique store.
I had spent so much time in the antique store that Northpark Mall was now closing. As I left the mall, I found myself wondering why I hadn’t been arrested. What if this wasn’t a dream? What if I had really stolen a car and then abandoned my friend in a foreign embassy?
Standing outside the mall, I started to get worried but then I saw a police car pulling up.
“Thank God,” I said.
And then I woke up.