Dream Interpretation

Quote of the Day:
Oh, both my shoes are shiny new, and pristine is my hat, my dress is 1922…my life is all like that.
– Dorothy Parker

Okay… so Tenille suggested I interpret my dreams via the Internet. There were three major symbols in the dream(s): children, a dog, and riding a horse. Here’s what I came up with.

Children
To see children in your dream, signifies your own childlike qualities or a retreat back to a childlike state. It is an extension of your inner child during a time of innocence, purity, simplicity, and a carefree attitude. You may be longing for the past and the chance to satisfy repressed desires and unfulfilled hopes. Take some time off and cater to the inner child within.

The loss of a child, signifies fallen hopes or a project.

To save a child, signifies your attempts to save a part of yourself from being destroyed.

Dog
To see a dog in your dream, indicate a skill that you have ignored or forgotten, but needs to be activated. Alternatively, dogs may symbolize intuition, loyalty, generosity, protection, and fidelity. Your own values and intentions will enable you to go forward in the world and succeed. If the dog is vicious and/or growling, then it signifies some inner conflict within yourself. It may indicate betrayal and untrustworthiness.

Horseback Riding
To dream that you are riding a horse, denotes that you will achieve success through underhanded means. You lack integrity. If you are riding a horse that is out of control, signifies that you are being carried away by your passions.

I find this all very fascinating because a lot of it does make sense to me.

Last night I had a sex dream. :hehe:

Took the baby to the movies yesterday. All the reviews I read said that 8 Below had mild language and “peril” and it was rated PG so I figured it’d be okay. But it was little too intense for the baby, so we ended up leaving before it was over. I never got to see if they rescued the dogs! Oh well. Think we’ll try Curious George next time…should have done that to begin with.

He had a slight fever yesterday afternoon – about 99 – and I had to go by the drug store and pick up some Children’s Motrin and a thermometer. Sweetie Boy loved taking his own temperature with the “mometer”. This oral one takes your temperature in 8 seconds and it’s way cool and much cheaper than the ear thermometers! Geez, they wanted $50 for one of those.

I missed that kid after I dropped him off (and picked a fight with his dad). I’ve decided the new me is this: Be “in your face” and ask questions he doesn’t want to be asked. He’s going to hate me before this is all said and done.

Anyhoo – the roads were just fine getting in this morning but I’m hearing that Dallas is really bad off. I guess I was lucky. Lots to do today so I better get to it.

By Michelle

I love dragons, castles, fairies and elves. I drink coffee, wine and martinis. Fantasy, paranormal and contemporary romance author. Proud Texan.