I'm not a sleepwalker, but my best friend tells me that occasionally on sleepovers I will sit up and talk in random gibberish for a few minutes. Usually she will tell me to shut up and I will. Last year she was sleeping over and I actually said something that made sense. She couldn't sleep and was sitting up reading a book when I suddenly started twitching and muttering, "la coneja, la coneja," which is Spanish for "the rabbit." I had just begun taking Spanish at school but my friend didn't know any Spanish at all and she had no idea what I was talking about. Apparently I started crying in my sleep. My very confused friend handed me a tissue and I quieted down a bit and went back to normal sleep.
The next morning after breakfast we went outside to play with my pet rabbits. We discovered that my favorite one was dead. I was shattered and crying really hard, so to take my mind off of that my friend asked me to translate la coneja for her. I thought she was trying to be mean, but she insisted that I had been saying it in my sleep!
I really like my pet rabbits, but unfortunately they only have about a three-year lifespan so every now and then one dies, and it seems like I always feel it before it happens. There was this one rabbit that was born on my birthday and I had it for four and a half years and was really close to it. The night before my birthday my mom found me in the bathroom losing my lunch and pretty much everything else I had eaten that year. I had a really high temperature and I was pretty out of it. I kept asking her to go check on my pet rabbit, which she thought was silly because it had been fine before bed, but when she went out to the hutch it was dead.
Previously I submitted a story about how my dreams sometimes predict future events, so I was wondering if maybe I only do predictions when I'm not fully conscious.