Sunday, April 24, 2016

What Did You Dream Last Night?

Last night, as so often happens, Robert Redford was in my dream! His visits are always such a delight. Last night I dreamed that we were at a street fair, and we stopped so that Bob (Robert Redford) could give a woman his autograph. 

In the process, somehow he managed to deface a stone marker, and a mob of angry people 
began to chase us. 

While Bob got clean away, I inadvertently became trapped in a chicken-wire enclosure covered with flowers and vines, just like Peter Rabbit caught in the gooseberry net.

As the crowd of angry street-fair attendants surrounded me. I managed to break free of the chicken wire and escaped in the nick of time.

Robert Redford and I met up with an old friend, Paul Gassenheimer, whose picture I can't find, so just imagine a short curly-haired guitar player with a mustache.

Some young guy that I didn't know offered us a tiny jar of creme because we all had become sunburned at the street fair, and I put some on my arm and said "Wow, a little of this goes a long way!"

And that was the end of that dream.

This all reminds me of one of my favorite Guster songs, "I Spy." 


Joanne Cage said...

I remember Paul Gassenheimer! Exciting dream.

Ramey Channell said...

Hey, Joanne Cage! Thanks for the comment. If you look at the "labels" for this post and click on "dreams," you can see all my former "What Did You Dream Last Night" posts!

Susan @ Blackberry Creek said...

Who is Paul Gassenheimer? I remember the name but not the dude.

Pam said...

Hello. I just found your blog. So funny about you and "Bob". I think he was/is
one of the most gorgeous men "think of "The Way We Were", but you have him in your
dreams, girl! Did you see the film with he and Jane Fonda? Nuts, I can't recall
the name, but they are elderly and widowed and she invites him to stay the nights
with her because they are both lonely especialy in the evenings. It's recent and so charming
and they both look terrific too!

Ramey Channell said...

Hi Pam - The movie you mentioned is "Our Souls at Night." I loved it! It's also a very good book.

Thanks so much for visiting The Painted Possum.