I don’t always dream but when I do it’s absurd. It’s hard to explain the inner workings of the human brain. I don’t think I could if I tried.

For example, the other night I dreamt I was on the old Late Night Show with Conan O’Brien; Pre-Tonight Show and Pre-TBS. It was really bizarre insomuch as I felt like I was actually there but at the same time knew I was dreaming . Has that ever happened to you?

Anyways, for some strange reason Conan was made out to be an antagonistic character.  I spent the duration of this dream feeling very alone and was very anxious as I was on some sort of mission. It was an odd and very troubling adventure that did not make any sense whatsoever.

I wouldn’t have even remembered this dream if I didn’t have the wherewithal to write it down when I woke up. I feel like these kind of dreams happen all the time we just never give them any second thought.

My dreams don’t usually have any sort of epic conclusions they just end as abruptly as they begin. They’re often vague and ominous and more often than not puzzling.

So the question I now ask to you is what does this all mean?

Why am I flying down some highway going a thousand miles an hour with Judge Judy as my wing women?

Why does this even make its way into my subconscious?

The brain is so misunderstood you know, like a child that has something important to say but you write it off as nonsense, not relevant, insignificant clutter of the mind.

I think we should really start listening to ourselves more often and give our dreams the merit they deserve!

The fact that a intricate and complex instrument such as the brain chooses to associate its self with me is beyond belief.

I think Mr. O’Brien would make a truly menacing villain! He should really try his hand at serious acting i’d love to see that happen.

As for Judge Judy, I’d have to agree with my brain; she’d make a fantastic wing women lol