I’m quite worried at how attached my Muse is to that bad girl idea. But before we talk about that, let’s talk reality.
Today was off to a good start. I had my WIA meeting, which only consisted of one other person. After that, I bought some Tabasco sauce and Egg Beaters at Meijer. I then realized that I forgot the apples, which I will get later.
I then bought an energy drink on the way home. I will be working from 2 to 6 at Little Caesars, so the grind continues once again.
As for my Muse, She has been acting a little….funny. A little more childlike than usual. This more and more reinforces how important it is to get inside her and get rid of the bad idea that’s infecting her. I actually managed to get to the Dream Realm of Imagination. It wasn’t easy.
Once inside, I entered her house, where she was sleeping peacefully. I tried entering her, but I bounced off a forcefield. One that is only visible when I bump into it. As I did, I noticed an image of a lock right next to her head. Upset and determined, I pounded on the forcefield. Upon doing that, a swarm of Muse clones flew out of her head. They all looked like five-year olds. So yes. I was chased outside her house by a bunch of girls.
I decided to wait outside her house, but one of them saw me there and began chasing me. She almost pinned me down but I woke up.
That’s when I forgot that I was still in the Realm of Imagination. Before the little girl clone could get me, I woke up again, this time to reality.
Muse: Ha ha! You can’t enter me! Nyah nyah!
I will, sooner or later….
Muse: Why bother? You’re only going to make mommy angry!
So what? I clearly know the truth, and I know that you’re putty in her hands. Don’t deny it. You listen to her every word.
Muse: That’s because I love my mommy. And we have all the bestest of fun together!
Whatever happened to acting like an adult?
Muse: Adult? What is an adult? I forgot how to act like one. Tee hee!
I think you know.
Muse: Actually I don’t. Mommy told me a secret, and I’ll tell you this one. Tee hee! I was born a child, and will remain one forever. Mommy told me. This is as old as I will get!
But we’re all born as children!
Muse: That’s true, but mommy told me that I’m special. I never have to worry about becoming an adult. Isn’t that great? Tee hee!
Then why aren’t you a child now?
Muse: I’m practicing. Tee hee! Mommy told me to wait a little longer. Just you wait. This will be the funnest game ever!
That idea will remain a child forever. That’s why it wants you to be like her. It’s a like a parasite, infecting you from the inside out.
Muse: You’re just jealous that your mommy’s not like mine!
I wouldn’t want one like yours! Now go! You’re starting to creep me out!
Muse: I know something else too! It’s about your old Muse, but I won’t say it. Tee hee!
You don’t have to. I have other ways of getting information.
Muse: It’s time for a yummy lunch, and then my nap! Tee hee!
*sigh* I need to contact Remedy. I’m really worried about what’s happening to my Muse.
Today’s high is going to be 69 degrees and the silver lining will be making more progress with my resume updates.
To all of you who have to face emerging problems, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: When mommy? When? Very soon? Okay! Tee hee….