To each his own. To me my own.


Sometimes dreams are a blessing, other times they can be a real hindrance. Goodness gracious, they sure were a hindrance last night. It took a while this morning to ‘shake loose’ the lasting impression the combination of them made.

First it was my boyfriend, who was acting weird to say the least. The dream started with him covering for his brother, who was cheating on his wife. I came in his house, and there was this baby in a crib! I asked who the baby was, and was told it belonged to the skank his brother was cheating with. I was so perturbed at this – at both a) the fact that his brother was cheating (totally not something he would ever do) AND b) it was a Saturday night and we now had a baby to watch. As time ellapsed, my boyfriend’s face would morph into that of my ex-husbands, and form that sneer at me. I packed my stuff and went back home without him even trying to stop me.

I then ended up at some restaurant with some woman that I don’t know. I spotted an acquaintance, who just happens to be my ex-husband’s ex (I think) girlfriend. It was her birthday, and she was surrounded by many people who were there to celebrate with her. I went up to say hello, she saw me and smiled – and it appeared to me that she’d been crying. Her gaze then went beyond me, and in walked my ex who had come there to see her. They both stood up and hugged and cried. I remember feeling so very awkward standing there at that moment, and just wanted to melt into the floor.

There’s been a couple of recent happenings that likely, no DID, manifest within my dreams last night. After writing each dream down, I can just about pull and match each issue/incident to the dream/misrepresentation. It feels as though I’ve had no sleep at all… guess I’ll roll the dice once again tonight in hopes of scoring some dreamless sleep.


4 responses

  1. I hope you can sleep tonight. At lease you have a clue about your dream. I had a weird dream this morning. I often remember my dreams in the early morning when I’m beginning to wake up. I opened my eyes and asked myself where such craziness could have come from. I don’t have an answer. It was just. too. bizarre. I thought of it again later, before reading your blog. Some dreams must come from the island of misfit dreams. Ha! I can’t match that one to anything but insanity. Blessings to you, Bonnie…

    March 21, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    • Bonnie

      I love what you said about the ‘island of misfit dreams’ haha!! It’s very true, much of it is craziness, but sometimes we can discern some wisdom from them. Only sometimes though. πŸ™‚ Blessings to you…

      March 24, 2011 at 8:06 am

  2. You know dear, I have been finding dreams interesting right since my 4th standard and have been analysing quite a lot on the dreams…
    I remember a dream which used to get repeated exactly after a month…funny isn’t it?
    But dreams were always a marvel to me.They have helped me analyse my mind quite a lot.

    Nice article dear…

    March 22, 2011 at 7:50 am

    • Bonnie

      You are right, pure2core – they’re very interesting. They can branch out in so many different areas, sometimes making sense, other times not. I’ve always tried to pay attention to them too, and write them down when I can, so I don’t forget. Thanks for stopping by!!

      March 24, 2011 at 8:26 am

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