Saturday, November 22, 2008


I suppose every single girl has dreamed at least once about her wedding. Well, I did too.

I was wearing a beautiful wedding dress, had a bouquet in my hands, and was a bit late for my wedding. So far, so good.

But I was going to be married all of a sudden, because I didn't know who was the bridegroom, or when we had decided to get married, or anything else, for that matter!

Everybody was telling me to hurry, because I was late, and my mind was full of questions. I mean, at least I wanted to know who would be my future husband! You can't ignore that kind of stuff in a relationship, like names and so on...

And then the bridegroom appeared. He was an incredibly handsome guy, with black hair and blue eyes.

And I said, "Oh, okay, let's get married."

G. E.

Monday, November 17, 2008


This dream was one of the few which was easy to decipher. But first you must know something about my cousin's house.

She used to live with her family in a very big and beautiful house, surrounded by trees. But her family situation wasn't so good, and she detested her sister-in-law, who also lived with them.

I've never seen that house (it's in another country). But in my dream I went there, and the house was like this: it was made of gray stone, and though its shape was quite nice, it was almost in ruins. The corridors were narrow and oppressive, and from a room at the top of a very narrow staircase I could hear a horrible voice, which belonged to my cousin's sister-in-law.

Only outside the house the landscape was beautiful, with plants and butterflies.

It seems that my mind didn't want to be fooled by appearances in the dream, and so I saw the house as it really was, an awful place to live in.

G. E.

Saturday, November 8, 2008


I dreamt this a few nights ago. I was in a car with some other people. It doesn't matter how we got there, but we were in the middle of a canyon. Suddenly a stony wall fell, which was holding a lake, and the whole canyon got flooded. We left the car and climbed high rocks to save ourselves from drowning. So far the dream isn't that crazy.

But then the zombies appeared...

I don't know what they were doing there. But as zombies usually do, they wanted to catch us, so we had to push them down to the water. The fight lasted for some minutes, until we got rid of them.

And then the singers appeared...

More specifically, they were the singers of Celtic Woman, dressed in nice black dresses with red flowers. There was one of them on each rock, now small islands in a river, singing beautifully. The orchestra was in another rock, all together.

And I was naked!! Why?? Okay, it's a common dream, to be naked, but why in that specific situation??

Oh, well, most of the times you can't explain everything in a dream...

G. E.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


People say that when you dream you're falling, you wake up before hitting the ground or else you would die in the dream and in real life.

Well, that's not exactly my case.

I've never fallen from a high place, so I don't know how it feels. And most of the times, if I don't know how something feels, then when I dream about it my imagination has to fill the blanks.

My imagination is quite good at guessing how it feels to fall... but I still have problems with the hitting-the-ground part. So, I usually hit the ground but I don't die, neither do I feel pain. It's not that I bounce, or anything like that, but it seems that in my dreams my body is made out of rubber. During the fall I prepare myself for the pain, but I hit the ground painlessly, and I can stand up immediately.

I don't know if I'm brave or not, but why don't I wake up before hitting the ground? Maybe because curiosity overcomes my fear of death??

Anyway, I don't plan to jump from a high place in real life. My body may be made out of rubber in my dreams, but in real life I'm sure I'd break a few bones...

G. E.