Michael and I purchased a lake house. It was on the edge of, or in, a campground because we saw lots of campers going back and forth walking by. It was a huge house. I counted 4 or 5 bedrooms plus it seemed like there were other sleeping areas. We planned to add additional beds in the bedrooms so more people could come and stay.
When we first moved in, I know Sandy was there, a bunch of kids (boys), and Hetz and CeCe. I was really excited that they came. I was trying really hard to remember the names of their kids (Adam, Seth, and Greta.) Most people had to leave and go to some sort of sporting event, but they would be back. Sandy stayed, but she stayed in bed most of the time. I just relaxed and didn’t have any agenda.
We purchased the house fully furnished, and I kept wondering what the story was from the people we bought it from. We didn’t know anything about them, and I had a weird feeling about it. We were staying there and hadn’t even changed the sheets on the bed. Michael started freaking out about the pillow shams, and I explained that he should take the shams off and use the pillowcases underneath.
There was a commercial on tv for a movie where people had purchased a vacation house a lot like ours. The storyline was normal, but every character’s face was like a monster’s face, but no one was acknowledging it. I thought it was really strange.
I also went to turn in some construction plans. Twice, people thought that my name was Carrie, or they thought I said I need to carry something. It was very strange, and I felt like it must have some significance for someone named Carrie that I knew.
I wanted to find out about the change request process, and Michael yelled and told me that the plans were now final and there could be no changes.
Clearly, this has something to do with my persona – both the people who looked like monsters on the outside but were living a normal (and parallel life) as well as the idea of the pillow shams with the outsides being dirty but the insides being ok to use. I’m not sure what the story is, but there’s something meaningful there.