I dreamt that a friend came to a basement birthday party and wanted to show us how to make frosting in a new way. She painted my eyebrows with a liquid and lit them on fire.
I dreamt about an Oreo man, like the Stay-Puff or Kool-Ade man, made of an off-set stack of multi-colored oreo layers. His job title was “Oreo Color Coordinator and Oreo Distributor.”
I dreamt that I was swimming in a pool that had a long counter of coffees available. I swam passed, in ascending quality in my waking opinion, Starbucks, then Keurig, then Dunkin’ hot, then Dunkin’s iced, until I came to a refrigerator of sodas, and chose a Coke.
I dreamt that I was eating Triscuits, but didn’t want to.
I dreamt that my daughter and some of her friends were drinking at our home. Before they left, one of her friends in a white t-shirt took a full glass of red wine and threw it at her chest.
I dreamt I was in front of a thick and infinite wall of white post-it notes on the other side of which I could hear Trump asking for more meat from the grill.
I dreamt that a cannoli was following me.
I dreamt that Swedish Fish were flying around my head.
I dreamt that my daughter had to get lunch at school by playing Hollywood Squares. Every square had a boy from her grade in it and a whole pizza. If she won that square, she got the pizza.
I dreamt that a few friends and I were on a conveyor belt moving around and past all of the restaurant windows in Chinatown. Each restaurant had a panel of checkerboard-like windows in front with one kind of food pictured on each pane. I was demonstrating to the others how, as you travel by, to order food, you just use a mallet to break the windows of the things you want. One person asked me, “What do you do if you change your mind?”