I was working at EarthLink, but it was a different building that I had never been in before. I came up a very fast elevator and exited into a mall. There was a big arcade on the corner. I went into work, but then when it was time to leave, I couldn’t remember what floor I had parked on. There were 17 floors to choose from. I was standing at the elevator bank, and there was another girl with me. A different elevator stopped for us, and she started to say, “I’ll wait for the other one” but then changed her mind. We got in, and I decided to try the 6th floor. When I got in, I found out why she didn’t want to be on that one. It was much slower, and inside it had colorful fabric making it look like a tent. The fabric kept flapping around. When I got out on the 6th floor, it was the correct floor. I realized that time that there were two arcades, not one. As I walked through, I thought about what a good time the kids would have there. It wasn’t as big as Dave and Busters but there were lots of fun games from their childhoods. There was a guy that was blocking my aisle working at one of them – he was shouting something about games or tokens to the people who were around playing, and he was wearing a hat with antennas on it. (Like those springy kind on headbands that have hearts or shamrocks or whatever on them.) Once I passed the arcades, I looked around and there were lots of restaurants around too. I thought to myself that I would have loved working there when I lived in Atlanta and could have gone to the mall regularly. I got disoriented and couldn’t find the parking, but then I walked past a fountain and saw there were doors out into the parking garage. They had labels, and one was labelled EarthLink so I went through that door. I was walking around clicking the key fob on my rental car. Eventually I saw it to the far right side. It was covered in snow. I said, “How did it get covered in snow inside in the garage when it didn’t snow?” The people around laughed at me and said that it came from the roof, and I said, “Oh, that’s how I got such a good spot – everyone else knew about that!” They laughed at me. There was a young man cleaning it off very fast. It was done by the time I got there, and so I gave him $5. He had taken a lot of small items he’d found and set them out, but then they weren’t mine, so we set them in a basket to the side. Then I couldn’t find my keys and I thought he had taken them, but then I saw them where I sat them, so I tried to play it off like perhaps I had put them in the basket.