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Old 03-25-2011, 11:15 PM   #11
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I have recurring dreams about school. I don't mean culinary school but high school and University. A lot of them revolve around not being able to find my locker and being late for class or trying to decide what to register for.....half way through a semester! They are about me today, married to my DH, but everything else is about when I was actually in school! Have no idea what they mean!
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Old 03-25-2011, 11:59 PM   #12
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you want crazy dreams, try morphine. was on a drip after surgery once. i had dreams while i was awake. but if ever i wanted to be a druggy, that would be my drug of choice. lol
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:38 PM   #13
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But, the pond is only 2-3 feet deep all the way across...no need to get your shirt wet.

You must me quite a bit taller than I am. 3 feet deep would wet my shirt, I'm afraid!

I, like LP, have far to many dreams about high school. In my latest I was trying to explain to my classmates why it was ok that I was pregnant with my second child even though I was still in high school, because I'm 25 and married... I only seem to get dream about high school when I'm pregnant though. Most of my strangest dreams have been while I was pregnant, or just after I gave birth to DD.

The strangest dream I remember, however, I cannot blame on hormones. It was last fall. I was in a hospital and we were trying to protect the patients from a masked killer on a rampage outside. It was actually quite scary until he approached the glass doors and I realized he was about half my height, and I'm pretty darn short. I decided I could take him out, so I climbed up onto a conveniently placed metal beam & someone let him in. When he passed under me, I jumped down on top of him. I knocked him to the ground and his mask fell off to reveal his head, which was...

...you guessed it, a fried egg (over hard). Wait, you didn't guess it? Oh well. So I stomped on his yolk-ey face (sorry for the violence, egg-lovers, it had to be done) and saved the day. Then the only problem was cleaning egg-yolk out of my sneaker tread.
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:43 PM   #14
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I am 5'...I guess maybe the hem of my shirt might get wet.

You kill eggs in your dreams...interesting!
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Old 03-27-2011, 03:13 AM   #15
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Does eating cheese before you dreamers climb the wooden stairs to bedfordshire stimulate the more lurid dreams?
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Old 03-27-2011, 11:20 AM   #16
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Does eating cheese before you dreamers climb the wooden stairs to bedfordshire stimulate the more lurid dreams?
Nor bits of underdone potato. At least if it was Marley visiting, I'd have an answer.
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:43 PM   #17
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LP, I think school dreams are very, very common. My husband still, at age 64, dreams about not being prepared or being late to college classes. I dream about not being prepared for my air force electronics classes -- we're talking things that happened well over 40 years ago for both of us! And, in fact, never happened. But we still dream about it. I've heard that losing teeth is a common nightmare (and yes, I have dreamed about it).

Once a friend who isn't a reader saw the stack of books I was checking out from the library (he was there to use the computers, didn't have one at home at the time), and he looked at the titles and told me I must have the most vivid dreams. I just laughed, hadn't really thought about it. But, in fact, I do have very vivid dreams, which is why I pretty much discount any "meaning" to dreams. Passing an Air Force electronics test in 1974? Give me a break, I can't see any meaning to that at all, especially since virtually every one I know has had a similar dream.
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Old 03-27-2011, 02:30 PM   #18
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LP, I think school dreams are very, very common. My husband still, at age 64, dreams about not being prepared or being late to college classes. I dream about not being prepared for my air force electronics classes -- we're talking things that happened well over 40 years ago for both of us! And, in fact, never happened. But we still dream about it. I've heard that losing teeth is a common nightmare (and yes, I have dreamed about it).

Once a friend who isn't a reader saw the stack of books I was checking out from the library (he was there to use the computers, didn't have one at home at the time), and he looked at the titles and told me I must have the most vivid dreams. I just laughed, hadn't really thought about it. But, in fact, I do have very vivid dreams, which is why I pretty much discount any "meaning" to dreams. Passing an Air Force electronics test in 1974? Give me a break, I can't see any meaning to that at all, especially since virtually every one I know has had a similar dream.
I've had that dream!
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