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    Re: What does my dream mean?

    Man, you do have vivid dreams. I can relate, as I do too. It sounds like you were having happy memories of childhood with the ferris wheel and finding a baby. It sounds like you were proud of the child, you enjoyed life, despite having to bear responsibilities by yourself and eventually everything worked itself out.

    As far as being frustrated with your daughter in your dream, I'm not sure about that. I have often read that the person you are upset with in your dream is not the person you may have issues with in real life, however, I disagree. When I have issues with someone in my dream, it's almost always the person who is driving me crazy or causing resentment in real life. And when I get that person out of my life, those type of dreams go away. That's just my experience.

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    I dreamt that I was homeless. I was sleeping on a lawn. When I woke up, I started organizing some papers. (I once saw a homeless man organizing his belongings). Dreaming of being homeless can have a variety of interpretations. (Many dreams are like that: there can be a variety of interpretations). One interpretation of dreaming of being homeless is finding peace of mind due to improving circumstances. Another interpretation is feeling powerless.

    I would say that about 99% of my dreams are pleasant.

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    I know that homelessness is an unpleasant topic, but the dream about being homeless seemed pleasant.

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    I had a dream the other night that I received a note from my daughter's teachers (a young handsome man irl) and in the note was a small piece of paper that said call me with his number on it. So, of course I did, and I called and I said Hi "Mr. Smith" and he said oh no call me "John". And I was so happy and excited. (yes...I did have a little "mom crush" on him...but of course he's way to young for me -ha ha!!

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    That's the wonderful thing about dreams- "rules" like that don't apply.
    Count your blessings!

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    I practically never had romantic dreams until I was getting divorced near the tail end of it. Husband demanded sex so much that I had put that on the top of things that I hated. And now I never have romantic dreams.....(just low hormones throughout most of my life, but I could have always day dreamed about a prince charming)

    I guess dreams are part of our filing system. Sometimes we worry (for no particular reason, for nothing that we can do at that particular time) and we have not such a desirable dream (homelessness).
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    In my dream, there were four panels in my front door, and there was a cake in each panel. I removed a cake from one of the panels. Then I realized that someone could enter my living room through that panel.

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    Re: What does my dream mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by bachelorwatcher View Post
    In my dream, there were four panels in my front door, and there was a cake in each panel. I removed a cake from one of the panels. Then I realized that someone could enter my living room through that panel.
    Moral of the story: "Never eat a cake that's been on a door."
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