I was sitting in a waiting room with my ex and there was a normal looking lady sitting in some chairs adjacent to us. I asked my ex for some money so I could buy the kids some groceries. He was giving me a hard time about it and pulled out his pockets and a piece of plastic bag floated out. He was like, see, I don't even have any money, I'm broke too. I was irritated and huffy and the woman sitting near us said, "Here, I'll give you some money for groceries." I felt awful and I said, "No, no - he has money, I can't take your money." She was digging through her purse and pulled out this pristine, crisp bill that was in impossibly perfect condition, and handed it to me. I didn't want to take it, but something about the bill caught my attention, so I reached out to grab it so I could look at it. It didn't look like money at all. It was the most beautiful piece of paper I have ever seen in my life. I asked her what it was and she said it was Cherokee Indian money. It had this gorgeous yellow floral scroll decoration all over it. It was the most beautiful color of yellow I have ever seen. The font was the most beautiful script font I have ever seen - but unique - not a font I had ever seen. I mean, most scripted fonts look similar, but I could tell this was some special rare font. I just keep saying how beautiful it was. I totally forgot about the money. I couldn't stop looking at the paper and I asked her if I could keep it. Then I remembered it was money and I wondered how much it was worth. It had a 350 on it. I said, "Oh no, I can't take $350!" She said, "No, it's not worth $350!" I assumed it was worth $3.50 so I agreed to take it. I was so happy to have this pretty paper that I could have cared less about the groceries I needed. :) It was like the whole world disappeared when I looked at that paper.
I woke up with the vision of the most beautiful design I had ever seen in my life, I wish I could copy the picture that's in my brain before I forget. It was amazing.