Had an eventful night of dreaming ~ slept hard after going to bed around 3. But I can't say I remember a whole lot from the dreamworld, except for right before I woke up.
I was shopping for clothing. The place was pretty cool and I wanted so much stuff but I didn't have any money. There were a few little items that I grabbed - some warm socks and some trinkets for Keira. When I got to the register, I had to make up an elaborate reason why I didn't have money. I think I was going off about how my last $50 had been stolen or something. The cashier was unsympathetic and I wound up leaving with nothing.
I was waiting for Keira so that we could go downtown to participate in a huge OCCUPY protest. I was dressed in a skin-tight jumpsuit and had a camel-bak water pack on. I didn't bring anything else because I didn't want to carry anything. I did, however, have some signs for the protest. I dropped them in the street at one point and while I stooped to pick them up, some cheering broke out from some other people up the street. I cheered back and it felt really good to see that the movement was picking up strength.
On the phone, my dad (who was also Dan) said that he had Keira with him and that they were down at Home Depot, south, to pick some stuff up and that he would drop Keira off on their way back up.
I didn't know how long it would take, so I wandered to look for something to eat. I wandered into a shady little kiosk that reminded me of Pike Place Market. But I still didn't have any money, so I kept wandering.
I wandered into a fancy hotel and the dream changed. I was suddenly a character in a sexy murder-mystery that was going on. I was tempted to play along, but I really wanted to explore. I met a man (Rick?) and he wanted to show me something special. He walked me upstairs and then outside to the back of some buildings, where he pointed under some bushes to show me some mushrooms that were growing there.
"Good job!" I told him. They were wavy-caps, but had prickly, spiny stems. This didn't seem to bother me cause I knew what I was looking at and it was like seeing gold in the ground.