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I’m up, and all I dreamed about last night was that I was trapped in a huge disorganized grocery store trying to find enough food for an impromptu party Jay and I were having, and I kept eating things off the shelf that I really shouldn’t… big pieces of cheese, bags of chips, and so on. I couldn’t get out of the grocery store… Right when I thought I had everything I needed, I would get out the front door and realize that I’d forgotten something vitally important and go back in to look for it. Of course, nothing in the place was where it should be in a grocery store, and I couldn’t ever find anything I needed right away, which was why I was getting so hungry and eating what I found. I intended to buy what I ate, but I kept getting lost in the store… it was so overwhelming. When I woke up, I just wanted to go back to sleep so I wouldn’t be lost in that store forever. I felt like I needed to get out of that store, and if I didn’t get out of it in my dream, I would be trapped in there forever.

Instead of going back to sleep, though, I forced myself to wake up and get out of bed. It was later than I expected it to be.

I should buy cat litter and food today. Maybe I’ll go through some books. Does anyone want the first 10 or so books of the Xanth series, hardcover book club edition? I don’t think I’ll ever read them again. I am not, however, willing to part with anything by Anne McCaffrey, Mercedes Lackey, David Eddings, Richard Bach, or Tolkien, and I’m not getting rid of any of my Survivor books. What does that leave? Not a whole lot… a few individual books, non-series books, or books that I only have one of a series and will never get the rest of anyhow… and the Xanth series. If my older brother was here, I know he’d want them…

15 Comments

  • johnboze

    February 20, 2001 at 9:40 am

    Hrmmm, how “hard” are they?

    I’m mostly into the “Soft” fantasy stuff: DeChancie’s “Castle” novels, Lackey’s “SERRAted Edge” books, Terry Brooks’ Landover novels, and Robert Asprin’s “Myth” series being favorites.

    Anyway, I guess I’m a “maybe.”

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 20, 2001 at 9:48 am

      Xanth is a cheesy, punny, silly fantasy series. It’s fun, but I think Piers Anthony went a bit too far with it (he’s at book 17 or so.) They are a lot of fun, but the whole world is based on Puns… if you can get into that, then it’s interesting. He’s a good storyteller, though. It’s soft fantasy, they’re just hardcover books rather than paperbacks.

      • ex_oki86

        February 21, 2001 at 2:26 am

        Heh… no doot aboot it.

        I might be interested in taking them up.. I liked the first few books,… but then he got way perversed…

        I guess I’ll take a look at them this weekend. =>

        • Jenny Lee Silver

          February 21, 2001 at 11:58 am

          I’ll have to let you know… my mom might want them, and she takes precedence, since she’s the one who gave them to me…

        • Jenny Lee Silver

          February 21, 2001 at 11:58 am

          I’ll have to let you know… my mom might want them, and she takes precedence, since she’s the one who gave them to me…

        • Jenny Lee Silver

          February 21, 2001 at 11:58 am

          I’ll have to let you know… my mom might want them, and she takes precedence, since she’s the one who gave them to me…

      • ex_oki86

        February 21, 2001 at 2:26 am

        Heh… no doot aboot it.

        I might be interested in taking them up.. I liked the first few books,… but then he got way perversed…

        I guess I’ll take a look at them this weekend. =>

      • ex_oki86

        February 21, 2001 at 2:26 am

        Heh… no doot aboot it.

        I might be interested in taking them up.. I liked the first few books,… but then he got way perversed…

        I guess I’ll take a look at them this weekend. =>

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 20, 2001 at 9:48 am

      Xanth is a cheesy, punny, silly fantasy series. It’s fun, but I think Piers Anthony went a bit too far with it (he’s at book 17 or so.) They are a lot of fun, but the whole world is based on Puns… if you can get into that, then it’s interesting. He’s a good storyteller, though. It’s soft fantasy, they’re just hardcover books rather than paperbacks.

    • Jenny Lee Silver

      February 20, 2001 at 9:48 am

      Xanth is a cheesy, punny, silly fantasy series. It’s fun, but I think Piers Anthony went a bit too far with it (he’s at book 17 or so.) They are a lot of fun, but the whole world is based on Puns… if you can get into that, then it’s interesting. He’s a good storyteller, though. It’s soft fantasy, they’re just hardcover books rather than paperbacks.

  • johnboze

    February 20, 2001 at 9:40 am

    Hrmmm, how “hard” are they?

    I’m mostly into the “Soft” fantasy stuff: DeChancie’s “Castle” novels, Lackey’s “SERRAted Edge” books, Terry Brooks’ Landover novels, and Robert Asprin’s “Myth” series being favorites.

    Anyway, I guess I’m a “maybe.”

  • johnboze

    February 20, 2001 at 9:40 am

    Hrmmm, how “hard” are they?

    I’m mostly into the “Soft” fantasy stuff: DeChancie’s “Castle” novels, Lackey’s “SERRAted Edge” books, Terry Brooks’ Landover novels, and Robert Asprin’s “Myth” series being favorites.

    Anyway, I guess I’m a “maybe.”

  • Anonymous

    February 20, 2001 at 10:35 am

    SANDRA SAYSA DREAMS

    SOME DREAMS ARE CRAZY HA.I HAVE WEIRD DREAMS TO.PEOPLE I NEVER SEEN IN MY LIFE THINGS THAT HAPPEN THAT ARE CONFUSING.WELL ANY HOW JENNY LATERZ.

  • Anonymous

    February 20, 2001 at 10:35 am

    SANDRA SAYSA DREAMS

    SOME DREAMS ARE CRAZY HA.I HAVE WEIRD DREAMS TO.PEOPLE I NEVER SEEN IN MY LIFE THINGS THAT HAPPEN THAT ARE CONFUSING.WELL ANY HOW JENNY LATERZ.

  • Anonymous

    February 20, 2001 at 10:35 am

    SANDRA SAYSA DREAMS

    SOME DREAMS ARE CRAZY HA.I HAVE WEIRD DREAMS TO.PEOPLE I NEVER SEEN IN MY LIFE THINGS THAT HAPPEN THAT ARE CONFUSING.WELL ANY HOW JENNY LATERZ.