SCENE 1, INTERIOR. MORNING, CLASSROOM. The class is taking their seats before the tardy bell rings and announcements start. As the teacher begins to take attendance, a fifth grade boy approaches him and whispers quietly.
JOEY: I had a dream about you last night.
TEACHER: You realize that I don’t normally make home visits during the school year, don’t you?
[The boy grins].
JOEY: You were chasing me.
TEACHER: Well, lots of people have dreams with other people in them.
JOEY: But did you know that there’s a lot of kids that have dreams about you where they’re hurt, stressed out, or that you’re chasing after them?
TEACHER: And just what was your dream about? Why was I chasing you?
JOEY: You were trying to sell me on the Internet…
TEACHER: I was trying to sell you?
JOEY: Yeah, it was a nightmare.
TEACHER: Well, one boy’s nightmare is another teacher’s dream.
JOEY: So, you dream about me, too?
[Fade to black].
By the way, I posted over at Four Perspectives if you hadn’t had a chance to see it yet, also you still have two days left to add a photo to the current Weekly Kodachrome if you feel so inclined.