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Author Topic: Being in Two Perspectives  (Read 628 times)
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« on: September 08, 2014, 22:22:01 »

Last night I had a very strange experience where I watching someone. This person had a younger cousin who she thought who was just scared of everything all the time. The first thing I remembered was her choosing a song from Rock Band. The next scene was of her trying to sing the sing but she couldn't hit the notes in the song. I even remembered what song it was. After that they wen't outside and they where on a military base. Okay, kinda odd. Her dad was to the left and the girl was climbing on what looked like monkey bars. The other kid was really scared of heights which she picked on him all the time for. After that a tank drove by on the other side and the girl jokingly said something about the tank being next to her room.

The girl's name was Cassey but I don't recollect her cousin's name.  

I had a feeling of being in two perspectives one was watching and the other was participating.
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