Sunday, August 18, 2013


I am sure we have all wondered at one time or another, why we dream and what do they mean. Our dreams can be realistic or fantasy. Dreams nurish our souls, make us feel happy, contented, and enable us to be more compassionate and loving.

Realistic dreams can help us strive to meet our goals (ie new house, better job, etc) and work hard to achieve them.

Fantasy dreams are happy thoughts, memories of loved ones, living or deseased. They are private. Hidden in a little corner of our minds that no one else may enter or take away from us. We  can close our eyes and pretend to be anywhere or with anyone we want to, feel the embrace of a loved one, or imagine their voice.

It's the very thoughts that enrich our souls, and help us to relax after a hard day. Dreams are a wonderful part of life! ZZZZZZZZ...............



Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I seldom ever remember dreams, never have - horribly light sleeper and insomniac - not sure I ever get deep enough to sleep to dream.

Anyway, this is a pretty post and that sweet little baby is precious.

Musings from Kim K. said...

I had a horrible nightmare last night. My university fall start-up has turned my happy dreams into some wicked nightmares. I think I need summer to return. Or, an easier job right now. Hugs!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Oh Debbie, I wish that were true for me. I am always dreaming of being lost or having lost something..
I recently lost my beautiful eldest daughter and before that her father. I think it may be a deep seated fear of loss. I've had a lot of it, but so have others.
This was indeed a nice for thought post and done so well!
Good night.

Rebecca Nelson said...

I dream all the time and have only had a handful of nightmares in my entire life.

I love to dream...but right now I just want SLeEp! :)


BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Did you ever have such a good dream, wake up in the middle and have the good fortune of going back to it?! Rare, but it has happened.
Then there's the recurring fun at all.
Apparently, when I was about 8 years old, I was told to go to bed and instead walked right out the front door. My older siblings followed me all the way down to the corner light, turned me around and I walked back home. To this day, I never remembered any of it.

Debbiedoos said...

I'm a dreamer:) Most I remember too. Sorry Debbie your pumpkin did not turn out. What did you do it with mod podge or gesso, on glass or foam? Let me know, so I can try to help you. It all is an experiment at the end of the day.

Debbiedoos said...

Sorry you did mention glass. So you did it with the gesso? Did you let it dry completely? Or partial?

bj said...

Adorable little baby...
My goodness, girlfriend....where have you been?? I was sooo glad to see you had visited me.
Your blog is looking just beautiful.
Like you, I seldom remember my dreams...but, sometimes they are sooo real..sooo vivid, that when I wake up, I remember them.
hugs, bj

Karen said...

I have weird dreams all of the time, some are quite hilarious! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment.

Diane Mars said...

I have had some nice dreams and then all of a sudden a very strange dream, can you imagine I had one last week about a stalker that steals all of my clothes right out of my closet... not sure what that one meant but it was a nightmare for some reason! Oh the answer to your question about my Tammy Dolls "New" coats found them on E-bay good find they were only $7 for the lot. Happy New Year~

jen hangca said...

Yes debbie you're right! Dreams really are a wonderful part of life. Specially when we dream about something that we really love, and it would also be our motivation to do so. Like what you said on the realistic dream. =) Thanks for sharing this post. =)

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