George Amberson (Jake Epping) Thinking About His Time In Jodie Texas

This dream was inspired by the book 11/22/63 that I am reading, and it involved George Amberson (Jake Epping) thinking about his time teaching in Jodie, Texas.

I am not sure if he was still in Jodie, Texas or not, I just saw and heard some of his thoughts and memories about his time there, and I also had some of my own thoughts that I thought about during this.

Some of his memories involved some of his time helping other teachers with problem students, and sometimes watching over the students during break times or something.

I remember a female teacher with light-color skin bringing a male student with light-color skin with dark-color hair dressed like and with his hair like a greaser who had possibly stabbed someone or threatened to stab them with a mechanical pencil, and so Mr. Amberson (Mr. Epping) talked to him.

There was another incident involving someone playing around dangerously with a pencil, and he had to tell another male student with light-color skin to stop that.

He seemed good with the students and like he liked the job.

I had a real life memory after and / or during this where back in 5th or 4th grade I accidentally stabbed myself with my lead pencil, and the lead broke in my thigh.

I was not exactly sure if the lead was in there or not, and so I never got it checked.

It was not until years later in college or after my failed attempt at college that I finally got the piece of lead out of my thigh one day when I went to check it again after all those years, and there really was a piece of lead in my thigh all those years.

I wondered what impact did that piece of lead have on me, my growth, my development, my education, and some of the problems that I developed over the years during that time and what would have happened if I had gotten it out sooner.

In the dream, I was possibly thinking about returning to college or possibly was already in the process of going to college, but I can not remember.

That is all that I can remember of this dream.

The end,

  • John Jr

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