My dream last night

I wonder if the strange dream I had last night has to do with going inpatient. It was so different than dreams I usually have.

I dreamed that I was in someone's very large, very rich house. It was huge, and mostly white. I had to go down a long sloping hallway where the 2 owners of the house were beckoning me to come see what they had. I was afraid of them because they were strangers, but finally went to see what they had.

They had treasures they had bought around the world that were worth a lot of money. The lady was very wealthy, dressed very fancy. She reminded me a lot of Oprah. I sort of felt like I had landed on one of Oprah Winfrey's "My Favorite Things" episodes where she gives everyone in her audience presents!
The lady kept describing her treasures (one was an intricate gold box) and how she had hunted all over the world for it. She was going to give each of us there one. There were perhaps 3 or 4 other people besides me. She said she would give us the treasures, and we could do what we wanted to with them: keep them, sell them, or give them away or throw them away, when we left their house.
I was in awe of where I was and that I was being given this opportunity.

GEE..... about going into the trauma program, ya think?

We drove past the treatment center today. It doesn't look too hospital-ish. Going to go in on Tuesday night.
Day after tomorrow.

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