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(A real) DREAM dreamed by Diane Havens (with Rajiv Hasan as Rafa)

Diane Havens on July 03, 2012 12:23

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    I rarely remember my dreams, even more rarely dream about celebrities, and most of what I can recall of my dreams are very surreal, so it's no wonder I remembered this one in such detail. I told this dream to my family (before breakfast, mind you, so ....) and it was around this time that SKIVE magazine, skivemagazine.com , compiled by author and publisher Matt Ward, was coming out with a real dreams issue. So it was fated to be included, or so that was my analysis. The analysis of the dream is easier -- my son Ian plays tennis, we were watching Rafa play that day, I was thinking about my own career direction and future choices .... the pencils? Well, I was always fond of a good Dixon Ticonderoga No. 2.

    When Matt suggested that we dreamers record our dreams to post as audio, I was hesitant, since the dream, being real and pretty much un-embellished by much dramatic license on my part, might not make compelling listening. So, I immediately thought of a collaboration, and since Rafael Nadal is not really a friend of mine, I thought of someone who is -- and just happens to be a gifted voice actor, expert at linguistics and accents, and a master of impressions. Rajiv Hasan. He delivers the Rafa lines and that alone makes it worth the listen. (And twice the fun for me!)

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      Matthew Glenn Ward on July 05, 2012 13:49

      Great readings, both of you, really enjoyed it :-)

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