Happy November everyone. I can't believe it's November already, feels like just yesterday it was last Christmas, in which I gave you my heart, and the very next day, you gave it away. Why would you do that? Anyway, if you follow me on Twitter (not having a Twitter account is no excuse not to) you might be aware I was pretty sick for a few days last week. I don't get sick all that often, besides a cold that never goes away and heartburn which are more likely caused by weight and will hopefully leave me the hell alone, but when I do, it's pretty bad.
I was laid up and asleep most of the time, but every time I woke up, I felt a bit better. As much as I hate sleeping I can't deny the good it can do you, especially when you're ill. I'm the same with baths. I don't really like them much, or water for that matter, but I can't deny they make me feel good, and occasionally smell nice. I've been having more baths since I started exercising more. It's either that or buy some sweat bands.
Anyway (again) while I was sleeping, I had me a weird dream. I don't remember my dreams all that much, but this was one of those times when the real world started affecting my dream. Because it takes me so damn long to get to sleep, I go to sleep listening to music, and I have been doing for as long as I can remember. This has lead to some strange dreams as the music influenced them but by far the weirdest thing that happens very very rarely is when I can hear the music in my dream, and no matter what I do I can't turn it off.
It can sometimes be pretty fun when it happens though, like I said it's incredibly rare. I can't remember too much about the dream, I went on a trip somewhere and came home to find 3 of my nieces at the house. This should have let me know it was a dream, as only two of them are ever there at the most thanks to something that went down not too long back. I love that moment in a dream when you say to yourself "Oh wait, this is a dream". Sadly though I'm yet to be able to take control of my dreams, even after realising it's just a dream.