We have dreams that make us happy, dreams that make us sad, dreams that frighten us, and dreams that just flat out confuse us. However, while I took this project as such, I also viewed this project as dreams that we aspire to. For example, your dream car, or your dream home, or in this case, my dream job. I've felt that my passion and my calling is either helping people, or entertaining people and making them happy. These dream jobs of mine are acting or perhaps comedy. The problem with these jobs is that A) It takes a lot of time, patience, and hard-work to attain what you seek and B) They aren't paid very well (unless you somehow make it into Hollywood). This is why my auditorium is empty; This is a dream that while I want to come true, I know in my heart of hearts that it more than likely won't come true. I'm a performer without an audience.
Now then, let's talk of an actual dream that I had.
This is Puppy. Puppy has been my dog since I was little. I've had him longer than any other toy, and he's my oldest friend. When I was younger, I had this dream where I picked him up to play with him, but something was different. You see, he has these white dots in the top corners of his eyes, as a sort of light and/or pupil. In my dream, however, these white dots were gone. I only saw what you see before you; just dark pits staring back at you. As I continued to look at him, the room started to grow darker and darker, and I felt this presence that added immense pressure to the atmosphere of the room. Needless to say, this dream had turned into a nightmare.