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#619 From: "Docrose_??"
Date: Tue Aug ?7, ?00? 6:43 pm
Subject: Draming Numbers and Song............. Docrose_??
While reading the recent posts on dreaming limericks and song,
it reminded me of some dreams I have had in the past. I have a bad
habit of not writing things down, so unfortunately these dreams are
left to my memory of them. Occasionally when something really
impresses me, I now scurry off to my computer to document it so I
will have it for later referral.
Well, one dream I had was numbers. I dreamt that I won the
lottery and in my dream it told me my numbers. I was so excited that
I awoke with a vivid recall of the numbers. All except the last one
;-? ). Well, since we only need six numbers, I figured that's not too
bad. First of all I must say, I don't bet and I don't buy lottery
tickets. So, I thought it quite strange for me to have this dream.
But, I figured hey, it must mean something so on my way home from
work the next day I stopped at the local supermarket to buy the
lottery tickets. Mainly because I figured, why would I of all people
have this dream. It must mean something. I don't even know how many
numbers there are in the lottery. So I just told the girl I wanted
the five numbers I selected with everything else that was left over.
I can't remember now how much it was but something like $48 or there
about. Well, I didn't win. I got a few with three numbers but that
was it. So, I continued to wonder why in heavens name I would have a
dream like that. I don't give two hoots about the lottery. I figure
the only way to make money is the old fashion way, work for it. This
dream still baffles me, as I believe that all dreams mean something,
but maybe not.
One time I had a dream about a song too. I have no idea now
what that song was or what it was about but it was really nice. I
only remembered it momentarily and then for get it. Some times while
driving to work, I make up songs. Most of the time they are pretty
good too. I think, Arlene, you have to remember this one. So, I sing
it and think, no way will I forget it, but low and behold, I do ;-? ).
I have even thought about keeping a recorder in the car with me to
record these thoughts.
BTW, I love all the limericks. You don't hear people do them
much anymore. My dad always did them and I love them, they sure can
make you laugh. I have a pretty good book of them too. Anyway, they
really brought back some memories, as my dad just died in March and
he loved doing them.
Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the
ark; professionals built the Titanic!