I was lying in my mother’s front yard. There was a woman, unidentified, laying on my back. I was somewhere between awake and asleep. I saw my mom and my nephew, Alex, walking towards the house. I was somewhat, mentally, uncomfortable having my mom see this person lying on top of me. I jumped up.
I greeted my mother and nephew. She wondered if we had seen the Komodo dragon. I asked what she was talking about. She said that she had seen a Komodo dragon in the yard. I started looking around for it.
Found it not much later. It was not that big. Maybe two feet long. I picked up Alex to show him. While we were looking at it, it started to move toward us. I backed up to let it pass but it followed. As I was cautiously avoiding it, I almost stumbled over another one lying in the weeds.
It became obvious that the Komodo dragon was not just following us, but following us with ill intent. I wanted to kick it, but was hesitant to do so both because of the rarity of Komodo dragons and because I didn’t want to make it mad.