Friday, February 20, 2009


I don't know why, but babies in my dreams are NEVER like normal babies. Whether they're mine or someone else's, instead of crying they talk, and they're quite clever too! Apparently they never need a diaper change, as well.

If I ever have a baby in real life, I want him/her to be like that!

G. E.

Friday, February 6, 2009


Three nights ago I dreamt I was home, looking through the window. I saw then some colorful parrots perched on the power lines, so I picked up a piece of sliced bread and went out to feed them. The parrots came close to me, accepted the bread, and we started to talk about this and that.

They were very clever parrots, so our conversation was interesting indeed (I don't remember what we were talking about, though). Some time later my cat came toward us. He wanted some bread too (that puzzled me, since he doesn't like bread), and maybe to join the talk, but well, I chased him away.

I was talking with birds, after all, and cats aren't precisely trustworthy animals... :-)

G. E.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


Have you ever wondered what you would do in some specific situation? Like, "Would I steal to feed my children, if I had no other choice?" "Would I kill someone to save someone else?" I've wondered a lot about that. And I still don't know what I would do. I'd have to be there.

Still, I had two dreams that puzzled me.

In the first one, I had been kidnapped by terrorists. One of them gave me a hand grenade, and told me to throw it to a family that was on the other side of a fence, parents playing with their children. I pulled the ring, but didn't throw the grenade. I said, "We'll blow right here, for I won't do such a thing."

In the second dream, there were some aliens who were about to destroy the Earth. Apparently they thought humankind didn't deserve to exist. I went out and yelled to the stars (for I knew the aliens were listening), "Take me with you, I can teach you some good things about us!"

Would I die in real life to save someone else? Who knows. As I said, I'd have to be there. But at least my dreams are telling me that it would be the right thing to do.

G. E.