I had a wierd dream last night and I’m not sure if my brain was telling me I have to do something.
I found myself in a small village/town which had been infected. This infection was much akin to the virus featured in 28 days later or resident evil. At first I was helping to fight off the infected, working my way through civilisation to get out. I found myself on a boat on a river/stream with four others, I have no idea where we were heading but eventually two jumped out and started swimming as they were infected. I dropped the other two off at the side of the river bank and continued on the boat to collect the other two. When I picked them up a police boat came by and we shouted “stay away, we are infected”. I found I was already infected but just to make sure, one of the two in the boat spat blood in my mouth. We then continued down stream, jumped out and walked through the village/town. I came across a young boy who said “want to see something?”, in which I replied “yes”. He had caught and caged a dog which had been infected. I’d seen these things before previously in this dream and all I could do was run but this one was caged so ‘happy days’.
At this point my dream completely changed to another. I have just quit my job recently at a pub in Newcastle town centre. This is where I found myself, for a birthday party I think. I seen one of the staff and they reckoned I could get my job back soon enough if I talked to the manager and started small shifts on the weekends again. I didn’t think much of this to be honest. I never liked working there in the first place.
I then found myself back in the infected village heading over a field away from everything, away from civilisation, into the country. As I walked across this field, with the two others that I had previously shared the boat with, I saw what I thought was an infected dog but it turned out to be a lovely alsation which soon settled with us and became quite freindly. As we walked further, a white dove came and sat on my arm which made me feel very comfortable to say the least. Shorty after another bird, which I can only recognise as a pigeon, came and sat on my shoulder. With two other people, a dog and two birds by my side we ventured off into the unknown, waving goodbye to all at the village/town.
Newcastle = Infected