Another strange dream with Little House On The Prairie like setting but a strange plot :)

Dreamt that there were three characters, one of them a manipulative character who gave one of her daughters poison to inherit a small fortune she’d inherited.  The girl died as they drove out of town on a jalopy.  She was then arrested, and the money came back to town and went to someone I was hanging out with (in a setting that was a little like Little House in the Praire and a little like McCabe and Mrs. Miller).  The person (who I didn’t know) inherited a relative fortune of 5K in 1800s dollars, and was not going to have to work again, but their luck inspired resentment and jealousy in others.  I was thinking the person might be wise to share some of the wealth, that they could work part-time (instead of not at all) to avoid running out of money in their life time while shareing the wealth, which would not only be nice but would still allow the person to live a nice life while avoiding a fate similar to the person who was poisoned for that money; then, without my saying anything, the person had the same idea, and I said that sounded like a good plan.  People were smiling and happy about this plan as I woke up.  Much of the dream took place in a bar/saloon like place that was elevated on stilts but had an open feel inside, like a hotel bar.  All of the area was elevated, like that town in the inner passage of Alaska (can’t recall the name right now 🙂 ).

Once again, the dream took place in a perpetual dusk-twilight setting, as last night’s dream.  Am I dreaming in dusk like darkness all the time?  Be curious to see.. Maybe it’s because my office doesn’t have windows 🙂 

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Another strange dream with Little House On The Prairie like setting but a strange plot :)

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