Now I'm itching to work on my draws. The scenario was a guy just walked in my front door. I don't know how he could have done that as I always keep the both locks locked. But the guy just walked in and looked at me like he knew what he was already going to do. He came at me. I knew I was carrying and its like I was just waiting for the perfect time to draw even though I knew when he came through the door that he was a bad guy. Its almost as if I was waiting to be certain that I could draw and I wouldn't be in trouble for brandishing. The guy moved around behind me and put me in a choke hold and it was only then that I drew. My mind was saying "Ok now because he cannot see the side of your body. Your gun is away from him and your strong arm is free". What in the world?!?! :mad0079: While those are all perfectly fine considerations that I must have, the biggest screw up was that first move I failed to act as soon as that guy walked in the door. I didn't make space! :hammerhead: Anyway, I know where Dream Shorts went wrong as I go over each step of the dream. In reality, I didn't make space and I was well within my right to draw as soon as I saw an uninvited person open the door. I'm just surprised how my mind worked through the scenario to get to the point that I could draw. I think even a small part of that hesitation to draw was because I didn't want to scare some person who was there to work in the yard, or the house or the normal city workers that come around the neighborhood all the time. I suppose my subconscious is working overtime. Not all bad as its confirmation that I am aware, even at home, of who is around. But it is unnerving. I think this dream was finally triggered by a comment my cousin in law made yesterday as I was walking her out the door. I unlocked both locks and she said "Oh you do that too?". I told her, "Yup, you just never know. I hear so many news stories of people being robbed and killed in their own house". Right after she left, I locked the door, went uptairs to get cleaned up for the day (we had taken the dogs to the lake) and then strapped on the heater. :gotme: Fellers, DON'T just bust in my front door. Ring the doorbell for your own health!