How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Oh, and dreaming stuff. Yes, I remembered a dream. Gasp now, get it out of the way.

I was standing in a group of four - six people. Two faces stand out, one earth-mothery type in a purplish tyedye, and Natalie. (Keep your mouth shut, I didn't consiously put her there)

Anyway, we're sitting and talking on Spring Street, between Hines and Paduah. And I see, circling us, a tiger... except it has the coloration of a marmalade tiger stripe domestic cat. In fact, it's basically a marmalade cat that's the SIZE of a tiger. I'm the only one who notices it, and it's not threatening. So I just watch it, and it stares very intently at me. After a bit, when I'm getting kinda edgy, it runs back towards Hines, and does some matrix type stuff, vanishing over the roof (the shape of the building was different than Hines, but it's hard to describe. The place was basically the same). It comes back a bit later, and then Natalie says something about it, and the dream ends.

Druid stick reading:
Current situation:
The way- travel, preparedness, and an ability to overcome obstacles.

Best tact:
Populus- a large gathering of people. You're going to get what you give.

Best way to direct the outcome:
Conjuncto- friendship, love, romance, union. Combining of opposites.
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