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Many threads ago I wrote an account of a bizarre dream I had. Well that for some reason is not unusual for me, it happens now on an almost nightly basis. Presently it's 5:30am, nearing the winter solstice and still dark, I'm up and dressed with the windmills of my mind still turning over the possible meaning of this curious dream.

The location is Tasmania, somewhere in Hobart's hilly suburbia. It is pre-dawn darkness as I shinny down a tree in which I've just spent the night in its leafy canopy. My feet meet the pavement, I need to get dressed before daylight exposes my indisposition but my clothes and shoes are gone, stolen from the base of the tree where I had left them. I am mortified with embarrassment and the chill of an awakening dawn.

I am standing here as nature made me, contemplating the situation and what next to do. For some improbable reason, the only earthly possession I have in hand is my phone - I am ringing Sandra (who in reality is presently in Tasmania) to ask her to get in her car and rescue me, but of course she is not answering.

The dream fades into semi consciousness and I struggle to get back in the real world (is it?) - sometimes I wonder. Well, if among you there be one or more homespun shrinks skilled in the art of dream interpretation, then I would be glad to hear from you.

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