Question of the Week #34

What was your most enjoyable dream? your worst nightmare?

QuestionMy dreams are always weird. I know I’ve written about that before. Recently, even. Well, the ones I remember are generally strange. I don’t necessarily have good dreams, and I don’t have nightmares. Even as a kid, I don’t remember having too many nightmares. My mother may have a different memory of that, but I just don’t remember ever having horribly scary dreams. Of course I have had that dream where you’re falling down the stairs or off a cliff but never quite hit bottom. I’ll wake up scared from those, but I haven’t had one of those in a long time. I’ve had dreams where I was flying. I always think those are nice. But most of the time, my dreams end up being the kind where I’m carrying on conversations with monkeys and tearing down walls with plastic spoons. Then, of course, I remind myself there is no spoon.

Sorry this is late this week. Been a busy day. Good… but busy. What are your dreams like? The good? The bad? The crazy?

*The Question of the Week can be found in The Book of Questions by Gregory Stock, Ph.D.

One thought on “Question of the Week #34

  1. I had a recurring dream from childhood that finally went away some time in college. I was running through a forest trying to get away from something when the ground gave out beneath me. I ended up in a cavernous pit with a large pool of water and gators in it. I managed to grab a stalactite as I fell and clung to that as long as I could. When I couldn’t any longer, I swung and jumped as far towards a tunnel that led away, and managed to escape the gators. I never figured out what was down that blackened cavernous tunnel, I just ran.

    Yeah, there’s all sorts of psycho/dream analysis that could be done on that one.

    I have dreamed of falling off a cliff, etc., but I actually hit bottom once, and was in a lot of pain. But I think that might have happened after I took a bad fall off a horse and got a concussion. Can’t remember.

    The coolest dream was when God spoke to me through it, but it’s too complicated to share in a blog comment.


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