Amanda brought her cup to the kitchen to be washed. This
was the longest she had spent in her apartment in the morning, but she enjoyed
Todd's company. It was certainly better than the news articles usually read
while drinking her protein shake, which could sometimes be downright
While she rinsed her cup, thoughts about the dream
something on your mind?” Todd asked.
Amanda was a bit startled. She didn't see Todd walk over
and stand next to her.
Amanda regained her composure, “I had an unusual dream last night.”
She described her dream to him.
see who was speaking?” Todd asked after Amanda finished her story.
Amanda said. “That's just it, the voice seemed to have come out of nowhere.”
Todd nodded, and then there was a long pause.
should see a hypnotist,” Amanda said finally. “I did read that it helped some
people recover lost memories.”
Todd balked. “And perhaps have a few planted,” he added.
Amanda said a little indignant. She wasn't sure if he was just being facetious.
“Do you have something against hypnotists?”
honestly think it's nothing more than a ruse for entertainment at best,” Todd
answered, “Or a complete hoax to defraud any sucker for money at worst.”
Amanda shook her head, slowly.
"It's been over two years," Amanda sighed.
"The fact that anything came up at all gives me some hope that maybe, I
still have a chance to get some of those memories back. I thought that maybe it
could be something that might help work more out."
Todd sighed, "I know, and I'm sorry. But a hypnotist?
Perhaps they may encourage you to relax a little, but I doubt they'll do any
Amanda was silent for a moment. Then nodded. he was right.
There really wasn't any proof that a hypnotist would be able to bring out old