Getting a good nights sleep is so important when trying to juggle a family, part-time job and a blog as well as everything else life has to throw at me. I try to make sure I get eight hours every night, although my Fitbit
For as long as I can remember, I have had a dream almost every night. I remember my dreams clearly when I wake up the majority of the time, some of them I am very happy about and other not so. I remember when I met Hubby, we were having a chat about dreams and he said he never remembers having any dreams, something I found quite strange as dreaming to me is an extension to my day.
I have experienced some lovely dreams over the years, the kind where you wake up with a smile on your face. I do remember when my Dad passed away, a few months later I dreamt I went to the family home and he was there. This shocked me in my dream and I asked him what he was doing there and he told me he came to say Goodbye because he didn’t get a chance to the last time he saw me. I took a lot of comfort from this dream and I was really happy to have a last conversation with him albeit in dream world.
Of course there are the dreams that I would rather forget such as feeling scared in a dream. Occasionally I have dreams where I am trying to run away from something or someone, but my legs are like lead and no matter how hard I try, I just don’t get very far. These dreams don’t happen very often and they don’t stay with me very long when I’m awake.
I used to wonder if Miss A would be a dreamer when she was small as she is often heard mumbling in her sleep. It would appear she does have some visit dreams, usually about dancing or so she says. She doesn’t often talk about her dreams so I’m not sure whether they are just in frequent or whether she forgets about them when she wakes.
I love researching what my dreams mean. What’s your strangest dream you’ve ever had?
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