missing my sis & last night's dream

Though I know I'm going to call her tomorrow I was missing my sister something awful today. Being 2000+ miles apart isn't easy. I ended-up breaking out her local bridal shower and her wedding tapes just to see her. Actually, there's another bridal shower tape as well, but that shower was held by my bro-in-law's family in Georgia for her. Anyway, it was good to see her... and listen to her without that Georgian accent she's picked up over the last decade. ;o)

In last night's dream two odd fragments happened. One being I drove a truck. Why is that odd? Well, I don't drive. I get panic attacks being behind the wheel. It wasn't always like that long ago but it is now. Anyway, in the dream I'm driving a truck -- a stick-shift no less -- up and down hills like I'm one of the family members of the Dukes of Hazzard. I seemed to have enjoyed flying over hills and landing down-slope with a satisfying front-fender crunch.

In the second odd fragment I got married. To a woman. Seriously. She was in her early twenties, blonde, blue-eyed, with long flowing hair. The wedding was in a beautiful park, a public one I think. Lots and lots of white flowers around. The decoration color theme was white and gold. Doves were released. It was a rather cool wedding actually. Mind you, it was a marriage of convenience from what I remember, but still, it was very odd to see a wedding ring on my finger.
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Nanoo! I have added you. Firstly because you know where Merced is, secondly because you are just so interesting. *Continues to read*
I read though your journal and although you mentioned going into Merced and Mariposa, I couldn't catch where you were living at, previous to moving to Oklahoma. Was it in one of the valleys around Mariposa? One of my friend's family had some property over in Hunters Valley. I used to go up there with my friend hauling hay bales, alfalfa pellets and other stuff in the truck for her critters then pumping water from the creek to the water troughs. All in all I used to have lots of fun.
I lived right outside of Mariposa actually. I lived there from age 12 to age 18 then I moved out here with my parents. I recognize the name Hunter's Valley, but I can place where it was.... Hmmmm.