Morning of November 21, 2013. Thursday.
In one of several of my recalled dreams of this morning, I am a bat-like being (more bat-like than usual relative to this recurring nighttime flying theme) and fly about in a "cloak" which in this dream is actually more like a set of four webbed membranes of some kind - yet somehow they still seem a bit cloth-like (thus man-made) at different points. There are two for the arms from wrist to ribs and two from the hips out and back to the legs and ankles. There are four open arc-shaped spaces between where the thinner but tougher membranes or sinew are attached at the eight points. I have not ever, to my knowledge, seen anything exactly like this in any fanciful imagery in real life, though probably the closest I have seen is only very slightly like one aspect of the Marvel Banshee character (he does not have the two extra parts that come out for the legs - somewhat butterfly-like).
As usual, I do not flap my arms or make much effort related to directional control, but just glide along at night, simply and willfully - mostly by thought alone. I sometimes form a sort of hourglass shape. It is not nearly as vivid or enjoyable as my other recurring "late-night flying in a cloak" dreams, and does not have the same sense of subtle bliss and comfortable "endlessness" as that type.
At one point, an unknown slovenly woman follows me around, annoying me for a time, and I ponder on how she has the ability to fly (though not as well as I do). She may represent someone from a factory I worked at years ago and who had a drinking problem (but was going through treatment - have not been around such people at all for over twenty years). I land in a tree (remaining near a cluster of larger branches near the trunk) and she lands in the same tree (though about six feet away, farther out on the branches) and I become really irritated, with my sense of privacy feeling violated. Maybe she has mistaken me for someone else as drunks tend to do. I do not speak to her or express my anger and frustration to any degree. This same event repeats about three times before waking.