What would you do in your dream?

Hello Murakami-san, I am very happy to have the chance to write to you, but I am also very nervous. Despite my young age and ignorance, I like to consider you my favorite author. I have a few questions. How do you feel about mirrors? An odd question, but I find my-self growing excited and scared at the thought that one day, my reflection will not follow me. Have you ever experienced a lucid dream? I have not, but the idea interests me. What would you do in your dream? Fly?  Be-come invisible? Become a cat? I wonder...There are so many other things I would like to talk to you about, but I know you are a busy person. It's fine if you do not respond, I am happy knowing you have read this. I really love your work and will continue to read whatever you publish. Thank you very much for your time! Please have a wonderful day.
(Noe Orwell、女性、15歳、Student)

Hi, Noe

Honest-ly, I don’t dream much. I don’t know why, but I just dream once in a blue moon. Those dreams are, unfortunately, not so happy ones. For instance, I am on the stage with some musical instrument, like a double bass or saxophone.
But I cannot play those instruments at all. There is a big audience in front of me. They are waiting for me to start play-ing music, very eagerly. What should I do? What could I do? Such are the kind of dreams I dream. Isn’t it scary?

Thank you for reading my books. I really appreciate it. I hope my stories are much better than my dreams.