RE: Writer's Notebook Reply on November 5, 2017 06:06 PM
I should do that, although my dreams are not stories much anymore. Once, I dreamed I was a teacher in an old-fashioned one-room school, circa the 1800s. The ghost of a former janitor wrote in chalk on the blackboard, "I did not kill my wife."
Now, dreams seem to be about my former job, friends who have passed away, and going somewhere to play video poker. Not very interesting stuff.
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