Jasper understood nightmares. Drowning, tumbling about in darkness, not being able to breathe – or just being afraid to breathe – these were all fair game in the realm of nightmares. The weirdest thing about this dream, though, was that he really thought he was wide awake. Of course, he’d had those before, too: the lucid ones – dreams so real they were just like being awake.
And he was pretty sure he was having one of them right now.
It isn’t very often that I have either dreams or nightmares that I can actually remember and so to be able to dream as lucidly and vividly as Jasper seems to, must be more than a little frightening at times. Mind you, Jasper and his sister Lily aren’t your average children, from an average family!
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