Lucid Intent? No
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I was walking around the schools in Kayenta. I wanted to visit my mom, but I ended up finding my brother. I knew my car was parked at the middle school. We walked to the Stupeys' house, and they let us inside.
They had two young daughters. One was about 11, the other 8. We went in their backyard and played with them. We told them stories and hug out for several hours. The older girl took me to her bedroom to show me some toys. We played a little bit and then went back outside.
The sun was setting. The girls went inside, and my brother and I hung out with the parents in the living room area. We talked about youth and what we were doing with our lives, among other things. The parents, who were the Stupeys, said their kids were adorable little angels. I said wait until they're teens. Then I said my brother was a teen not too long ago, and he was a handful. Then I did the math and realized that I was almost 29 and my brother's 26.
I walked back to the girls' room. The door was closed. The door was in two parts: It had a top half and bottom half like a barn door. I knocked on it a few times, but no one answered. My brother and I had to leave. I walked back in to the living room, and my brother and I walked back to the room. There was a little doorbell by the left side of the door that had a sign that said, "Half house," meaning it rang in the back half of the house and not the whole house like the front doorbell.
He rang the bell a few times, then he just opened the door, which was a normal door now. The older girl was in her bed, and the younger was on the ground. The older one moved a little, and I thought she was awake, but when I got closer, I saw that she wasn't. My brother hugged them and said good night. I hugged them and kissed their foreheads.
We left the room and told the parents we had to get home. They gave us sandwiches in bags that looked like they had mold on them. We ignored that detail. They thanked us for taking care of their kids for the day. I saw my shoes on a shelf near the door, but I didn't give it a second thought. My brother opened the door, and we walked outside. After we closed the door, he said something like, "Do you think we might get to marry those girls?" I said, "We'd have to wait 20 years. We'd all be very different people by then." I thought that was a strange question to ask.
My brother opened the back of one of their vans to load his things. Suddenly he had a few handfuls of large items like a small tabletop. I shook my head and said that wasn't my car. He asked where my car was. I said it wasn't here, even though I thought for a second that I drove it there. Then I remembered it was at the middle school.
I said we could just walk home, but I realized that I didn't have my shoes on. I remembered I saw them on a shelf inside, so I said I had to go inside to get my shoes. I felt that would be awkward. Then I woke up.
The Stupeys didn't have two daughters, and their kids are in their 20s now.