Daydreams and Nightmares

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When I was young at the age of six my biggest nightmare was the wicked witch of the west from The Wizard of Oz. I was in bed covering myself with bed spreads with only my half face outside. She came on top of my bed and using her hands to try to get a hold on me, and I have figured she wanted to do something mean to me. She started to say “I’m, gonna get you my dear, if it’s the last thing I ever do!” and she keeps on laughing that annoying laugh. I look at her with a scared look and face, and then suddenly I wake up to see there was nothing there. Well, that was my first nightmare, and most people do have nightmares from one time and then. My daydream was when I started to play around Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, and eats all his desserts of every kind, which this is just a daydream. Nightmares are horrendous when we experience them when we are sleeping, and can’t ever get out of it. Some people punch on pillows dreaming of bullies from their pasts. Nightmares seem to want for us not to function normal on real life, but it is just something imagining, and it’s not like it’s really going to happen for real. The same goes with daydreams, and our daydreams are different. I already told you my first daydream and nightmare, but you don’t need to tell me yours. This is just something that happens in our lives when we rest in bed by sleeping. We grow at a certain age trying to avoid reading horror novels, so we won’t get nightmares. But, to tell you the truth  some people like to get scared. When I was young I have watched fantasy, action, and horror movies, and loved to get scared. I don’t get scared at all, maybe at one moment when someone surprises me, yeah. I think that dreams take us to places where we are never expected to see and do. We can’t control our daydreams and nightmares, but sometimes we do want to punch the pillow while sleeping, just be careful when someone tries to wake you up. But, as an adult you should sleep normal and wake up normal. You are to old to be kissing and punching the pillow like a kid would do.

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