Friday, January 30, 2009

Animal Dreams

What do vegetable farmers dream about?

Apparently this one dreams about being chased by farm animals. I wouldn't qualify this one as a 'bad' dream. I might say it was a 'funny' dream (alot of funny 'strange' a bit of funny 'haha'). In fact, when I woke up at the end of the dream, I remembered it well enough to think to myself - "Self, that was both weird and oddly amusing. You should blog about that."

My thought this morning after getting more sleep was, "Self (I call myself 'self'?!?), how could you have found that dream to be amusing? It's just weird and not worth sharing."

Suffice it to say that the whole thing started with cats on the roof I was trying to put on a building, followed by lots of turkey chicks being let out in the yard by some unknown individual who meant to cause me grief. Of course, the next part has me trying to deal with turkeys that had grown to be bigger than I was. I found I could herd them by leading them and found myself running through a maze of fencing with turkeys and numerous other critters following. The appearance of a car commuter lane on the right really added to the ambiance.

For those who might care - NONE of the animals were goats.


  1. This dream clearly means that you should get some goats.

  2. Sigh....the very conclusion I was hoping people would NOT come to....

  3. At least this was only a dream. Last weekend I was heading to Minneapolis in the evening. I got to the end of my driveway and figured I would check to see if there was anything exciting in the mail. The two bills didn't quite qualify as exciting in my book so I was about to put them back in the mailbox when I happen to look up and find that my front yard and house were being ambushed by a herd of beef cattle. What makes this even worse is that they are my steers. Needless to say 3 bags of bread and an hour later I managed to coax them through the gate and back into captivity.

    -mike anderson :)


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