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<< May 2, 2005 @ 02:16 >>

Did I mention this before on my blog or not? I don't know.

By the time I got home after meeting Di for the first time on that historical day of random BBQ'ing I had figured out why I was so unsettled by her dark hair, dark lovely eyes, and her smile that reminded me of Kirsten Dunst -- I had dreamed of meeting Di months before actually meeting her. I met Di in a dream before I woke up on New Year's Day, and I even captured that dream right here in my blog. (See sith, my dream blogging is useful.)

You're a sceptic? It was just some dark haired girl I dreamed about and my brain has retroactively turned her into Di? No way. The eyes and that distinct smile are beyond coincidence.

I decided to tell Di about this dream today... I was hesitant as I didn't know how she'd take it. Her response? She said she wasn't that surprised, that she's heard similar things before. That's when she told me this story:

Di and her sister were camping in Colorado and ended up stuck at a commune for a few days. Di and her sister were standing in the front hall when this stranger comes in the front door, catches one look at Di's sister, and drops all the camping gear he was holding and begins hyperventilating. As it turns out, he had just days earlier dreamed of meeting Di's sister and Di's sister's kid. Di's sister didn't have a kid, but she was pregnant. This man and Di's sister got married. I asked Di if maybe he just made it up as a come on, and Di was insistent that this man would never lie.

All right, so what are the damned chances that I randomly dream about a girl with Di's eyes, Di's hair, and Di's Kirsten Dunst-like smile out in the woods (camping), then happen to randomly meet a girl fitting this description of my random dream creation, and this girl who happens to fit this description happens to have a sister who happened to have somebody dream about her before he met her ... and out in the woods (camping) nonetheless.

I asked Di the obvious question, "So what are you and your sister doing in everyone else's dreams?"

She didn't really have an answer.

As a disclaimer, my dream of Di didn't carry any sort of theme or message or profound insight. It was fairly simple... pretty much just a presentation of an individual. Also, considering Di's probably looking for a lovely girlfriend, and the fact that I can't reconcile her opinion of me on even a daily basis, I don't have any misconceptions about fate or Di taking her sister's route and deciding to marry me.

Christy gave me Deja Vu. My girlfriend-of-three-year's new boyfriend (she's an ex-girlfriend now obviously) gave me Deja Vu. And then there's my unpleasant penchant for having Deja Vu about having Deja Vu.

On a related note, the numerology of the number 74: "It brings premonitions and intense dreams."

I think I might be losing my mind... I reiterate: What are the implications of being able to see my future?

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May 2, 2005 @ 04:17:01

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

And I shouldn't forget the story about the lady who called me an Indigo, either.

May 2, 2005 @ 07:41:07

suits.png74 (#074)

you need to lighten up zach. I dream shit that happens all the time too. I suspect that you, like me, also dream a lot of shit that doesn't happen. It freaks me out sometimes too, but when i realize there is no good way to tell the acurate ones from the inaccurate, well then i'm really just right back where i started.

May 2, 2005 @ 09:59:53

marilyn.pngsith33 (#999)

Yeah, I have dreams about all kinds of sick things involving Zach, but those won't actually happen until I finish building the chamber. Wait, what?

May 2, 2005 @ 14:08:53

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

"I knew you were going to say that."

May 4, 2005 @ 22:17:23

marilyn.pngsith33 (#999)

More blogging!

May 5, 2005 @ 16:31:37

cmonster.pngChristy (monster)

I always forgot to tell you this:

I read a few months ago that when you have deja vu, it's because you're living completely in the present, instead of worrying about the past or the future.

May 5, 2005 @ 16:41:58

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

That doesn't sound like me at all.

May 5, 2005 @ 19:24:04

cmonster.pngChristy (monster)

Well, not you specifically, obviously. Substitute all (but the first) instances of "you" with "one". (smartass)

My point was: maybe deja vu is an indication that the person is good for you, not because there is some big cosmic importance in the relationship, but because that person makes you forget about the transience and hardships that life is about most of the time, or less cynically, they remind you how great life can be, even if it only happens sometimes.

May 6, 2005 @ 00:21:53

marilyn.pngsith33 (#999)

Anything I could possibly say right now would get either Zach or myself in trouble. And I'm just too nice.

May 6, 2005 @ 04:36:16

coleco.pngxopl (#001)

Update: Ex-girlfriend's boyfriend is now her ex-boyfriend. The Deja Vu didn't pan out. I think the comment made by 74 might be the most insightful.

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