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Another weird dream

Updated on May 5, 2013

Flying mid-high

She is in front of a hotel and has just finished getting a massage at the spa. It is fall, the leaves have changed into beautiful orange and red colors. Kids are outside with their parents playing in leaf piles. Sarah was watching from afar and wanting to play with them as well. The wind comes blowing and she starts to take flight. It starts blowing harder and wonders why she is the only one in the air. Everyone is on the ground and nobody failed to notice her. It is like she is gliding with the wind. People are trying to poke her with a stick and guys are trying to hit on her as well. She wakes up and realizes how weird it was and to never eat spicy food before she sleeps again.

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      Nellieanna Hay 4 years ago from TEXAS

      We each have our 'pet' grammatical heresies! :-)

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      kevina oyatedor 4 years ago

      @Nellienna Thank you for pointing out the double negative sentence. I tend to do that sometimes.

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      Nellieanna Hay 4 years ago from TEXAS

      Wow - that's what I call a really S-H-O-R-T story! Yet you masterfully set up the scene, the characters, the action, the reaction and the surprise ending, though the title sort of betrayed it (wink)!

      ps - You've a 'double negative' in one sentence, "nobody does not notice her'. I get the meaning; that it is because everyone does notice her; but double negatives are frowned upon grammatically. It could be said as 'Nobody failed to notice her' to keep the subtlety in it.