|Posted: April 1, 2010, 6:20 am - IP Logged|
Woke up remembering this:
There were a crowd of military cadets gathering around the front of a building waiting to get inside.
Then I was inside the building at a bar with two friends. There was a bachelorette party there as well.
Since my friends knew I wasn't drinking alcohol they laughed and asked me if I wanted some coffee. I refused and began to tell them that when I was a boy my father gave me a sip of coffee and I disliked it so much that I never drank it.
The two friends walked away from where we were seated at the bar which had confetti, poker chips, cards, little square pieces of paper with numbers on it and people's drinks.
Two other men took the seats where my friends had been sitting and started chatting with each other. I was feeling alone at the bar.
Then a poker dealer walked by me and asked if I wanted to play and I refused. Suddenly, he threw a little square piece of paper at me anyways. The piece of paper flew into the air and it landed in my cup of water. He laughed then I laughed. The number on the little square piece of paper was 14. I told him that it was ok and that I could get another cup of water.