I was at a strange house. I was not allowed to go inside the house, I don’t know why. I was digging things out of the trash. I was suddenly at the movie theater. I was with Will. We couldn’t get in because I didn’t have enough money. Suddenly, J appeared. He said we should all go to the water park, since it was opening that day. I said okay. He introduced me to his new wife, who was not a good person. She gave me dirty looks. We all got into a car, J and his wife in front, Will and I in the back. J kept talking about a new waterslide they had opened. We got to the park, and the wife of J took Will to the wave pool. I’m not sure where J went. I got in line to go on the new waterslide. The stairs going up to it were ridiculous, there were so many. It went up really high in the sky. it was swaying. There were so many people, it was so crowded. I would have conversations with the others. It was unnaturally hot for April. The sun seemed abnormal, it was shining too bright. I finally got to the top, and went on the waterslide. It was boring, and didn’t think it was worth it. I ran into J, and told him about it. He didn’t believe me, so we got in line for the slide. Will’s teachers were there, and they were talking about his progress. One of the women handed me a piece of paper. It had strange scribbling on it that I couldn’t read or understand. The woman explained it was a paper to see how Will was doing. We passed them on the stairs and got to the top. J said I didn’t take the quiz on my phone, which is why the slide wasn’t fun to me. I was really confused. The woman on the top that was letting people get on the slide was evil, and was dressed like a Nazi, with sunglasses. She wouldn’t let me get on it. J was allowed. As I went down the stairs, which were confusing me as some were going up, some were going down, I watched JM coming down the slide on some kind of sled. I was very annoyed, and wondered why he was on a sled. I was carrying a backpack and didn’t have a swimming suit on. He came to me and said it was the most exciting thing he’d ever done, that it felt like the Olympics in a hurricane. I asked why I didn’t have a sled when I had gone down earlier, he said I hadn’t taken the quiz. The sky was strangely bright, and the wave pool had turned into a lake, which parts were flooded, other parts were just puddles. We decided to go home because it was so hot. We got on a massive interstate, which had a lot of lanes. Some areas of the interstate were flooded. J wanted me to call C, I didn’t want to. We went by a massive nuclear power plant. It looked like it was melting down from the flooding.