Oh my gosh, I hope you weren’t too frightened when that happened ;o; That sounds pretty confusing! But it also sounds like it takes a lot of talent and, as the kids like to say, ‘l33t skillz’ to navigate your house and lock yourself out while you’re asleep, so I feel like you should also be really proud of yourself. Good job!
I’ve never ever had any problems with sleepwalking… but I have this one problem where I’ve - quite consistently! - seen concepts in my dreams that I like. Mid-dream I think to myself, “huh, I should really draw this/write this down for later!”, and a lot of the times following that thought, I draw it in my dream.
WOAH I PUBLISHED THIS EARLY OOPS HOLD ON WORLD
patchiodatchio, that is really cool! I have a special spot in my heart for people who take the time and have the dedication to learn other languages like you have. You are great! Great great great.
I…… huh, I only know English, and I would hardly say I understand all of the weird rules that it has… oops I’ve taken Spanish classes to fulfill my highschool requirements, and I really had fun with that! One time my family went to Costa Rica, and there was a really nice lady who had this really cool coin collection. We stopped at her little work-station to ask some questions, and my dad remarked that her coin collection had a lot of history to it. She spoke English well enough for us to understand her, but she didn’t know the word ‘history,’ and became confused… so I had a little lightbulb and was able to be a temporary, very broken translator to describe what my dad had meant. I felt so cool for knowing like, three words. yay.
@indigobleau Yay!! Me too! I don’t know where your joints are hyper-mobile (or if they’re all that way?), but my elbows can bend wrong way. As you would know, it takes little to no effort, so some times I do it by accident and people flip their lid….. oops.