Childhood cancer survivor. That's the good news. Bad news? Chemo and radiation zapped my eggs leaving me infertile. Egg donors were found, several attempts were made and finally we were blessed with beautiful twin girls - born too early (21 wks, 5 days on Dec. 5, 2008). Hang out with me while we savor life with Big Baby Boy, who arrived via gestational surrogate on March 25, 2013.
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Strangest. Dream. Ever.
Any analysts out there?
I woke up this morning completely out of sorts. Why? Because in my dream I had just birthed 4 little mice.
Out of my right nostril.
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Well, they say you are everyone and everything in your dream. Start there. HTH!
I think it is probably an accurate prediction of what will happen.
hardy har! VERY funny. :-)
Good Lord that would scare any therapist from here to the Mississippi!
Was it a sneeze-birth or a nose-section? You didn't nurse them too? Thanks, I needed a laugh.
No solutions for you, but I enjoyed the laugh.
You got me curious, so I looked it up. From dreammoods.com:
"To see mice in your dream, symbolizes domestic problems, business loss, deceit, and insincere friends. It represents minor problems in which you are spending too much time dwelling on.
"To see your own nose in your dream, signifies a conscious effort to achieve whatever endeavor you chose to undertake. The nose represents energy, intuition, and wisdom. Alternatively, the nose symbolizes curiosity. You dream may suggest your need to learn more about a situation at hand.
"To dream that a bug or insect is coming out of your nose, indicates that you are being nosy to the point where it is "bugging" and bothering others. You need to learn to when to get out of people's business and respect their privacy."
Probably not much of this actually fits.
The dream is hilarious!
That was awesome.
1. I AM spending way too much time getting worked up by work, particularly a new set of young 'uns there who think its ok to wear flip flops in the office and other annoying Gen Y stuff. It's petty and ridiculous, and yeah, I should really just not dwell on it at all.
2. I NEED to know when my next cycle will start. If constant calls to my nurse counts as curiousity, count me in.
3. See note 1.
I'm not even going to touch that one. :-)
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