Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Dream


So, I was with a group of people in a house. It started raining quite a bit and the water rose and started approaching the house, but coming in waves. At first the waves weren't that powerful, but then they started getting stronger. The house was on a hill, so the waves would wash down the hill. I realized I wanted to take a photo/video of what was happening because it was so interesting. But rather than go through the side of the house that didn't have water, I elected to climb up two sets of stairs to the other door. There was a lull in the waves, so I thought I was ok. But started climbing the first set and saw a huge wave coming to crash down on me, so I held on tight, and made it through. Didn't even lose my hat. The sets of stairs were staggered, so I ran to the next set just before the next (smaller) wave came, and made it through that. But of course by the time I got the camera, things had calmed down.

It was nice to sleep for 10 hours - staying with a friend who has a sleep disorder so I got some drugs. I knew I couldn't keep from blogging... :-) Hope everyone is doing well, but I'll have to go read everyone's posts.

9 comments:

WNG said...

Here's the thing: YOU MADE IT THROUGH THE WAVES. If I were you I'd hold on to that dream. Hugs :)

Susan said...

To dream of water: change is coming. At least, that's what this one site says.

NoRegrets said...

Actually, I did a search of waves rather than water:
Tidal waves or tsunamis suggest a period of emotional upheaval. Anxiety, stress, and unconscious materials may be coming to the surface and affecting your daily moods. Giant tidal waves may symbolize current emotional unhappiness and psychological stress, which are threatening to destroy you. The outcome of this dream may reveal how much strength you have to "ride out" personal storms. For example, surviving the tidal wave suggests that you have enough strength to overcome challenges and drowning that you may be "in it over your head" and should seek assistance.

WNG said...

Yeah, so just refer to my first comment :)

ps. let us know if you need a life vest, we've got your back!

Gyuss Baaltar said...

I thought dreams of water were all about sex.

NoRegrets said...

Thanks WNG...

And, well, G, when you buy your dream interpretation book at the Pleasure Palace, you are correct.

evil-e said...

You have some interesting images and dreams of late. There is stuff going on in your life apparently. Hopefully, the waves are of fortune and good luck!!

dmarks said...

One of the major roots of Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" related tales is a dream he had of a deluge. A form of this is related by the character Faramir in "The Lord of the Rings". Faramir, more than any other character, was a stand-in for the author.

Churlita said...

Good luck riding the waves. I've been having strange night terrors lately. I don't remember the dream that preceded it, but I wake up in a panic several times a night. Ugh.