|aoi yume wo mite nemutteiru
||[Aug. 29th, 2008|05:07 pm]
well, not really.|
But I did have a strange dream last night.
I was put in charge of caring for a baby lion. It was really cute! And rather talkative, kinda like the kitty that fell asleep on Crystal's lap at the Humane Society. But I digress. It started to get hungry, but I didn't have any lioness milk to give it. So I started looking around for milk, but couldn't find any of the other employees at the zoo that I apparently worked for. After running around with the cub in my arms for a bit, I finally found a guy who said he could get some, if I waited a bit. I accepted his conditions, but the cub kept on getting hungrier, so I ran off again, and, in desperation, bought whole milk at the grocery store (which let me carry in the baby lion, for some reason). I went back and warmed it up, and then the guy showed up, but it turned out that he only had regular milk with a little bit of sugar in it. I tried feeding the warmed-up milk to the cub, but it dribbled out whatever I tried to feed it, so I was forced to look elsewhere. I remembered seeing Heather Tsuffis riding around on either an antelope or giraffe earlier on in the dream, so I called Jessie up (getting more and more desperate, since the cute little lion was getting weaker and weaker, and responding less and less) in a panic to ask for Heather's number. I misdialed once, then called again, but she didn't pick up.
The cub was almost gone by this point, but somehow, I was the one who blacked out. While I was blacked out, someone came and took the cub from me, and the me in the dream thought it was someone from the zoo I worked at who'd finally come to take the cub to it's mom for feeding time. The me who was watching the dream could see what was actually happening, though, and it turned out that people I didn't recognize had taken the pup and was carrying it toward a scary-looking dog... and I woke up afraid and convinced that the cub was going to get eaten.
T_T and wishing that I could go back in and fix the dream so that it had a happy ending.