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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Louisiana Dreamer


I had one whooper of a dream last night.
I started to write about it then decided it wasn't nearly as exciting on the page as it was in "dream-vision".  It was one of those detailed dreams with lots of people and sub-plots and things that made no sense at all unless you were "there", and you weren't, as almost everyone involved were family members.  Strange.  It wasn't a scary type dream but it was a stressful dream.

I woke up nervous & jittery.

I'm glad to say my day went far smoother than my dream.

I know they say we dream every night, but often don't remember what we dream.  Do you tend to remember your dreams?

11 comments:

Susie said...

To sleep per chance to dream...something like that.:):)I know if I dream I slept fairly well. I am a light sleeper and everything wakes me...so I think I am not into deep sleep...thus I am wore out when I get up. LOL. Defeating the propose of sleep. I need a night job.I should just get uo and do chores. Glad your day was not as stressful as your dreams. xoxo,Susie

Munir said...

Yes, I actually remember a lot of my dreams , some are very vivid and most of the time I dream of a cousin of mine who was only thirty four when she died and was only six months older than me. That always makes me wonder as to why when both of us were around the same ages, why did she have to die.

Melanie said...

Glad that your day was not like your dream! I do remember some of my dreams. Even the ridiculous dreams that there seem to be no reason for having.

Nonnie said...

I dream a LOT!!! Every night and most of them are weird. Some I remember, some I do not. Yesterday morning, I wrote down my dream because I wanted to remember it, and I have done that several times. A couple of my dreams about events happened shortly afterwards, and a few dreams I had were very symbolic of what I was going through at the time.
Probably TMI for you. lol
(I cannot take Melatonin or Valerian because my dreams get very real and very scary.)

Nonnie said...

Here is an interesting tidbit from Chatty Crone today:
It is a fact that people who dream more often and more vividly, on an average have a higher Intelligence Quotient.
High Five!

Jeanie said...

I sometimes have very convoluted dreams like you are talking about, but once I am fully awake I can rarely remember all the details.
Lately I have had a few dreams about the house where I grew up...I have no idea what that means.

nancygrayce said...

I have very complicated dreams almost every night ......sometimes they are very stressful and sometimes downright scary! I start telling them to the Superhero and he just sighs .....

Linda said...

Louis Dean has a recurring dream that distresses him. We are currently reading a book on dreams hoping this will help. I was about to tell you the name of the book but I left it out in the gazebo in our reading basket. I DO think dreams are more relevant than we think!

Life in a Small Town said...

Remember dreams? Heck, I can't even remember what I did yesterday in real life! :)

Ninny said...

I remember the dreams where I go to estate sales and load my arms up with goodies. I remember the dreams where I get to hug my mother tight and the dreams where my daddy is watching t.v. with me. I remember the crazy dreams where nothing makes sense and people in my life come in and out of vague vignettes.

Funny... are the dreams we remember the ones that evoke emotions?

SouthLakesMom said...

Sometimes I remember them and think, like you initially did, that they're worth writing down. Upon reflection I often shake my head and sigh, "no, not really."

Sometimes my very active dreams weken me. What I hate are those times where I feel like I'm awake and I'm actually only awake in my dream, but then I do wake up and I'm really confused. Good thing that doesn't happen very often!

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