Lucid Intent? No
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I was visiting Fremont because I was going to be in the area soon. It was either because I had gotten a job in Toledo or I was interviewing there soon. I drove down fifth street toward the Kroger. I wanted to stop there and see if that store had any Skyline Chili. Then I figured I could drive over the bridge crossing the river and either try to get my old apartment back or visit Vince.
Kroger was on the opposite side of the road it really is. I went inside and couldn't find the groceries. It was enormous and had numerous sections like a department store. I walked through clothing areas first. Then I got to what I thought was groceries, but I couldn't find anything near the aisle I needed.
Then the area I was in was a gym. There were only women working out, so I walked through that to a walled-off area that was for men. It was crowded, so I hugged the wall and stepped over weights. There were at least four large gyms inside that store. I gave up on finding the chili and went back to my car.
But it wasn't the car I had rented, and it wasn't my real-life car. It was a Ford Bronco. The window on the passenger's side was open. There was text or some other indicator on the passenger door that said that side was for Sam, one of my former supervisors at Cedar Point. I got in the driver's seat, and it started raining. I pulled on to the road and waited at a stop sign to turn back on Fifth Street.
One car passed on Fifth, and another was going slowly, so I just sped up and quickly got out of there. I climbed a large hill before the bridge. People were walking in the street because the rain flooded the curb and sidewalk. I slowed down so I didn't hit or splash them.
Then I was in someone's living room. I thought about surprising Vince, but it was nothing like his living room. Some former Wildcat co-workers were with me, and so was Dan. We sat around just talking. Janelle was on the couch. I think that place was hers, but that was never clear. She got up to go to the master bedroom where her husband was.
Then the phone rang. Dan picked it up and used a high voice to answer. He said, "Hello?" and we held back our laughter. Somehow I could hear the person on the other line. It was Janelle's sister, and she started talking. Dan got up and walked toward where Janelle was. I was in a bedroom next to hers. Dan said one more thing, only it was insulting or stupid, and it angered the woman on the other line. He handed the phone to Janelle.
I went back in to the living room because I thought we were going to play video games, but everyone was gone.
I have an interview in Toledo in a little more than a week, so it's on my mind. I lived in Ohio from late 2006 to fall 2008.
Janelle's not married.