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Thursday, August 30, 2007


My dreams have been so vivid lately. Not bad, just intense enough to make me feel I've stepped into an alternate reality. In my dream this morning, I reunited with my best friend from Junior High, who lives in England, and whom I've lost contact with years ago.

She didn't recognize me, but when I saw her, I felt I had found her, after years and years of searching. She graciously let me sit by her eventhough she didn't seem as excited to see me as I was to see her. Then, looking down the row, I saw she was sitting next to Cameron Diaz. She had somehow along the way befriended this superstar.

I woke from this dream because the baby was moving and moving and moving. It was 7:30. I squeezed my body pillow reflecting on how real the dream was, but soon I was concentrating on how strong the baby's movements were. For a half hour she just wiggled and moved and rocked. It was a wonderful moment - curled in the sheets conscious of her presence. It was as if she was just hanging out, playing, waiting for me to get up.

This started me on dreams of another kind. Dreams rooted very much in reality. Dreams of how my life is about to change.


Blogger Annie Wright said...

Last night I had a real-like dream that I was being completely engrossed in a very welcomed and comforting hug, and it lasted for ages. I don't ever remember feeling so comforted by my dreams, or by a hug. :o)

2:44 PM  
Blogger Marcia said...

I remember having very vivid dreams, too, when I was pregnant!

How much longer do you have?

4:10 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

Ah! The vivid dreams. Not long ago I dreamt I was at a cafe and I kept saying, "These Chinese adjectives taste great!"


5:10 PM  
Blogger Brandon & Jennifer said...

Now that our son has been born, it's been so amazing. However, I do miss those times of feeling him kick inside her stomach. That was incredible! Enjoy this stage.


11:05 AM  

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