I had a dream. Not a Martin Luther moment. It was a real dream…
I travelling on a train without a ticket. Which already stressed me out, as I’ve never gone without one, (being the goody two shoes I am). Any who, an inspector suddenly got on. So, I thought I’d be up front and tell him straight away I didn’t have a ticket. But instead of him thinking I was a great citizen for coming clean he yelled at me to sit down and wait.
But I couldn’t.
The train door opened and I bolted. Fast as I could. I got away only to be followed by 2 friends who told me they got kicked off the train and fined because of me…even though they had tickets! Where is the justice I ask you??? In my dream land I felt terrible.
After I woke up I looked at what was happening in my life. I realised it was a sign that instead of reacting quickly and potentially f*cking things up for myself, I should take a second to be patient. Think before I act. Then I’d probably react differently. Hey, I might not but it’s worth a shot.
Funnily enough I’m reading Anna Kendrick’s book- Scrappy little Nobody atm. That girl has really grown on me (not literally). Anyway…she has a ‘sleep on it’ rule.’ No decision until the next day. Seems like a good concept. No overacting until the next day at least! Or maybe just no overacting.
Now there’s a concept!