8/4/09

Have you Ever Had A Dream That Made You Change Your Mind About Something? (Tuesday's Question)


Hello, and welcome to Tuesday Question. This weeks question is:

Have you ever had a dream that made you change your mind about something? What was the dream, and what happened as a result of it?

For example, look at the image above...If the image was this poor man's dream, what do you think his subconscious may be trying to tell him? I'm surprised I haven't had this dream myself, except my cat Simon would be sitting in the chair.

Alright, you read my dream yesterday, and now you've seen the image of the cartoon man's dream, now it's your turn...

Excuse the interruption, but we've got four talented bloggers comments posted...Just click read more...Because, chances are, if you like their answers you'll love their blogs...


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Our first comment is from Dawn at Twisted Sister,
(Plus, click on the link to Dawn's blog it's hilarious...)

I'm sitting here mulling over about a thousand dreams I've had but you know... I cannot come up with one that made me change my mind about something. Let me think some more ;)

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You're not going to believe this second comment from Sandee at Comedy Plus. It's an absolutely chilling account of how a recurring dream made her change something in her life. Read this:

Hi Annie - It sure is nice to see a Tuesday's Question. Just saying.

Okay, here's my dream. I was a very young adult and kept having the same reoccurring dream. I was in the front passenger seat of a yellow car and there was a man driving. In the back seat there was a little boy. I didn't have a boyfriend or a little boy at the time. We are driving along and everything switch's to slow motion. I then realize that we are going to have a car accident. There is the impact and I can hear the metal of the cars crumpling and the glass is flying everywhere. In slow motion of course. I am screaming and then I wake up. The dream never changed one bit for about five years or so. I would have it several times a year. Always exactly the same dream.

I married and had a son. I refused to have a yellow car. I refused to ride in a yellow car. Here I was with a husband and a small boy. I took this as a warning.

I'm now a grandmother of two beautiful girls. My son just turned 39 and all is well with the world. I truly believe that I was not to have a yellow car. I'm forever grateful that that dream is no longer reoccurring.

Have a terrific day Annie. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)

August 4, 2009 4:26 PM

Isn't that incredible? Thanks Sandee, alright the rest of you...put on your thinking caps...Smile


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The next answer came from Grace at Hugz Before You Go which is another sensational blog that you should definitely visit, if you haven't already. All of these blogs are popular, so forgive me if you've visited them before, or know them for that matter.

Anyway, here's Grace's comment:

I would like to say I have, and maybe I have but I don't remember. I have very vivid dreams, the most annoying are the ones with people I don't know in them, but I only remember them for a short time after I wake. I have had prophetic "dreams" while I was awake, but that may be something else altogether.

BTW - HI ANNIE!

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If you haven't visited Dawn at Twisted Sister yet, you need to, because she's not only talented, she's thoughtful. She was the first blogger to answer Tuesday's Question, but she couldn't think of anything, remember? Well, she thought about it, and still nothing came to her, but she came back and left another comment anyway. Isn't that cool? And there's not enough cool people in the world anymore, so we have to take care of the ones we have...right?

Here's Dawn's answer:

Sorry Annie but I cannot come up with one dream that I felt was a premonition. I have had several recurring dreams that reflect my fears... but nothing that worried me enough to change my mind about something. For example I've had dreams about the dog dying since she was a puppy and now she's almost 16.
I've also had very PROFOUND dreams... but again they did not influence a decision.
Sorry!

Luvs ya,
Dawn

Thanks again...Dawn...;)))

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8 comments:

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

I'm sitting here mulling over about a thousand dreams I've had but you know... I cannot come up with one that made me change my mind about something. Let me think some more ;)

Sandee said...

Hi Annie - It sure is nice to see a Tuesday's Question. Just saying.

Okay, here's my dream. I was a very young adult and kept having the same reoccurring dream. I was in the front passenger seat of a yellow car and there was a man driving. In the back seat there was a little boy. I didn't have a boyfriend or a little boy at the time. We are driving along and everything switch's to slow motion. I then realize that we are going to have a car accident. There is the impact and I can hear the metal of the cars crumpling and the glass is flying everywhere. In slow motion of course. I am screaming and then I wake up. The dream never changed one bit for about five years or so. I would have it several times a year. Always exactly the same dream.

I married and had a son. I refused to have a yellow car. I refused to ride in a yellow car. Here I was with a husband and a small boy. I took this as a warning.

I'm now a grandmother of two beautiful girls. My son just turned 39 and all is well with the world. I truly believe that I was not to have a yellow car. I'm forever grateful that that dream is no longer reoccurring.

Have a terrific day Annie. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)

"Annie" said...

Dawn...Laughing...Think about it, I bet there is one...But, I'm going to post this answer anyway...because the same will probably be true for a lot of people. And I want to give you the link ;)

Plus, it will build our anticipation...Smiling...

Luvs ya, and thank you :)))

Annie

"Annie" said...

Sandee, laughing...I love this...

Hi Annie - It sure is nice to see a Tuesday's Question. Just saying.

Okay, here's my dream. I laughed...

And your dream was unbelievable...I read it twice. I think it was some kind of premonition too...Oh, it's scary. It makes you not want to even think about it long. I cannot imagine dreaming that once, much less several times a year.

Reoccurring dreams are weird. I've had a few, but I never figured out what most of them meant.

You know, you write well...you gave me chills. I enjoyed reading it, and I'm glad everything turned out alright.

I'm glad you never bought a yellow car, or got in one. But, the creepiest part for me was the man driving with a little boy in the backseat. And you dreaming it before you were married or had your son.

Man, you were kidding when you said you had a good one for me...

Thanks Sandee, I'm posting it now...

You have a terrific evening too, and Big hug and lotsa lovies back~

Annie

Grace said...

I would like to say I have, and maybe I have but I don't remember. I have very vivid dreams, the most annoying are the ones with people I don't know in them, but I only remember them for a short time after I wake. I have had prophetic "dreams" while I was awake, but that may be something else altogether.

BTW - HI ANNIE!

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

Sorry Annie but I cannot come up with one dream that I felt was a premonition. I have had several recurring dreams that reflect my fears... but nothing that worried me enough to change my mind about something. For example I've had dreams about the dog dying since she was a puppy and now she's almost 16.
I've also had very PROFOUND dreams... but again they did not influence a decision.
Sorry!

Luvs ya,
Dawn

"Annie" said...

Hey Grace, Laughing..."I have had prophetic "dreams" while I was awake, but that may be something else altogether." It maybe something else altogether, but at least when you're awake, you can write them down and definitely remember them better.

I don't know if I've ever had a dream with strangers in them...that sounds like it could be scary.

It sounds like you have a really vivid imagination.

Thanks for contributing Grace...:))

Have a terrific day~

Hugs,

Annie

"Annie" said...

Dawn, I'm just happy to have a comment from you, and it's sweet of you to come back...You're a real buddy, but I guess I already know that.

I wonder why we have reoccurring dreams? I mean, is it because our subconscious wasn't finished babbling the first time...or because it runs out of "dream" ideas, so it forces you dream the same dream again?

Have you ever been left with the "feeling" of a dream, but haven't been able to remember what it was about?

(Smile) I'm sorry, I'm babbling now, and don't worry that won't be next weeks question. :))

Thanks again for coming back Dawn. You're the best. ;)))

Have a great day~

Luvs ya back,

Annie

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