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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Dreams can be so weird. Like last week I dreamed I had a possessed baby. Definitely creepy. I also dreamed of a big black spider. Both of these dreams in one night, after weeks of no dreams.

Kristin told me spiders represent money in dreams, which is a little worrisome since the spider in my dream was flying away. Hmmm. My oldest son dreamed of spiders last night. They were in every bedroom, and he couldn't find a place to sleep.

I used to have two similar recurring dreams:

A) I'm delayed at school, and the busses are leaving, or I can't remember which bus is mine and they all leave without me.

B) I'm late for class and either can't get my locker open, can't remember which locker is mine, or can't remember my class schedule.

I haven't had either of those in a long time, but I used to have them often. I also used to dream I was flying out a window--in a good kind of way. That one is long gone too, but I wouldn't mind if it revisited.

Care to share your recurring dreams?

P.S. The book in the photo is the new Dutch version of "Mending Places". The title means "Hanna's Destination" which I hope sounds more poetic in Dutch.

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Denise Hunter  
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At 9:37 PM, Blogger Hannah Alexander said...

Never had the spider dream, thank goodness. Or the baby dream. Whew. Late for school or in my pajamas, couldn't find the right bus, I've had those, but not for a long time. Lately it's had to do with houses. Checking out houses. It's just so obvious that there's no mystery. Still seeking a publishing house. Duh.

 
At 10:54 PM, Blogger Kristin said...

I always dream I am flunking a college math class and it's too late to drop it, and I've totally forgotten I had the class. So I never showed up or did any homework. : )

 
At 11:01 PM, Blogger Denise Hunter said...

Ooooh, I used to have that one, K. Isn't it bizarre that people have the same recurring dreams?

 
At 1:21 PM, Blogger Crystal Laine Miller said...

Rachel Hauck needs to comment! :)

I am a dreamer. I remember some of my dreams from childhood. I used to have this terrifying dream of elephants stampeding toward me and I'm trying to get to the safety of my house and can't. I had this dream for years.

I finally told my mom about it. She told me to face the elephants and see what happened next time I had it. So I did. The elephants went all around me and disappeared. I never had that dream again!

Dreams can be highly significant and I do study my own to see how I'm dealing with problems.

 
At 1:53 PM, Blogger Edna said...

I always have some weird dreams and I cry a lot in my sleep, as I have so much trouble in my family.
But Praise God he is with me, please enter me into the drawing for a book.

May God bless

mamat2730(at)charter(dot)net

 
At 1:56 PM, Blogger Colleen Coble said...

Love the books, D!

THe one recurring dream I have is of my Grandma. It usually comes when I'm missing her intensely. In the dream we're walking in a meadow talking. There are flowers everywhere. I tell her I heard she died, and she laughs and says she's not dead.

When I wake up, I can almost smell her perfume. I love that dream! It's such a reassurance for me!

 
At 4:49 PM, Blogger Denise Hunter said...

That's so cool, C!

Edna, I'm sorry you have such hard dreams. Life is hard enough . . . sleep is for escape! Oh, well, there's always a good book . . .

Crystal, that's amazing about your elephant dream! I used to have tornado dreams. I wonder what would happen if I faced it down.

 
At 10:26 AM, Blogger Cassandra Frear said...

Some of my dreams have been very instructive. In my dream, I work out a problem that has been troubling me. Isn't that weird?

 
At 11:34 AM, Blogger Cheri said...

Many years after school, my dreams were always about forgetting my locker combination! I hear that is in the top 5 of recurring dreams.

The last few years, I am always trying to get away from someone who is trying to hurt me or kill me. Not sure what that means, but wake up feeling like I have run a marathon, LOL.

Glad I don't have a spider dream--will I now!? Edna, I am praying for your family and asking God to give you happy dreams. My youngest granddaughter prays every night to dream of rainbows to keep the monsters away! From the mouths of babes...

Colleen, I love your dreams of your grandma. Only a very few times do I have dreams of my daughter who went to be with the Lord six years ago at age 29. He did give me a 'glimpse' into heaven, though, and was she happy!

Thanks for asking!
Cheri

 
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Kristin Billerbeck is a proud Californian, wife, mother of four, and connoisseur of the irrelevant. She writes Christian Chick Lit; where she finds need for most of the useless facts lulling about in her head.

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Colleen Coble writes romantic suspense with a strong atmospheric element. A lovable animal of some kind--usually a dog--always populates her novels. She can be bribed with DeBrand mocha truffles.

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