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Recurring Dreams

Everybody dreams, I'm know that. I've had friends tell me that they don't dream but I don't believe them. I believe that everyone dreams but just may not remember. I've had dreams that I don't remember the actual dream but I'll have this residue of feeling. Like I'm happy or content but can't think of why and I attribute those feelings to those dreams I don't remember having. Some may dream the same dream over and over again and I have 3 that stand out in my memory. I used to have them on an almost weekly basis but I haven't dreamed them in years now.

I figured I'd share a few and maybe one of you can translate them for me. 😃

Skeleton at Bank/Flying in a Store

  • I'm in a department/convenience store. I don't remember why I'm there or even who I'm with....probably not important to the dream. I happen to glance out the big picture window the store has at the bank across the street/parking lot. At the teller window, there's a skeleton. Not a scary, freak-me-out kind of skeleton either. He/she is the teller. He/she sees me and smiles and waves. Nothing unusual, in the dream of course. Then the dream flashes to me flying over the aisles. Not flapping wings but soaring like Superman. I can see the items on the shelves in detail. Don't know why I'm flying or where I'm going, just soaring through the store above the shelves. I remember it being calm and almost serene, peaceful. I almost looked forward to going to sleep b/c I might get to watch this "movie" again. LOL


Blimp Crashing/Mom saying "finally"

  • My parents and I are in the house (the house I grew up in) and we hear this odd noise. We go out to investigate and see this blimp in the distance, falling. It crashes into the woods/yard of the house next door and bursts into flames. I distinctly remember hearing my mother saying "Yes! Finally!" like she'd been waiting for this moment. She has this look of excitement, pure joy. This dream wasn't exactly scary but I remember feeling apprehensive and conflicted.

Monster chasing me/Candy laughing at me

  • I'm in the neighborhood where I grew up, running down the street from this monster, who looks a lot like a My Pet Monster I had growing up. I'm scared, crying and running, trying to get away from it and come up to one of my friend's houses, hoping she'd help me, save me but all she does is laugh at me and not help. Now this one was scary, which is funny to me. I was being chased by a stuffed animal in "reality" but it scared the bejsus out of me in the dream. When I woke up tho, I had to laugh at being afraid of a stuffed animal.

What about you? Any weird dreams? Recurring dreams? I'd love to hear about them.

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  1. Thank you for hanging in there and still reading my blog. I feel bad for being so absent, but I promise I will get caught up again as soon as possible. I'm having time management issues lol.

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    1. Of course :-) I can't really fault anyone for being absent from their blogs when I disappear from mine from time to time LOL Check in when you can and don't sweat it when you can't. :-)

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