I’m visiting Rhea at her blog discussing if people still hang college diplomas on the wall and the topic turns to have to pee and not being able to find a place.
Not exactly. Danielle at Bipolar Diaries commented that she hung her graduate degree because she has a recurring dream about not graduating because of a class she couldn’t find.
I have the same dream. Of course, I thought I was unique, but I Google ™ search engined it and found that lots o’ people have the same dreams that I do.
I also recalled two other recurring dreams, not being able to find a place to pee and wandering about a big house.
The theme basically is that I have an important test and can’t find the room where the class meets. I look and look, but never find it. The week’s pass and I get more concerned that I will fail (ya think) but I never find the classroom. I always thought it was a flashback to college – I ditched my share of classes.
Another recurring dream I have is not being able to find a place to pee. Wonder what causes that??? hmmmmmmmm?? Anyway, I’m wandering around and either the john is too small, or over flowing already, or somebody is in my way. Others have the same kind of dream.
Here’s a site that says if you want to have more lucid dreams, drink lots of water before bed. I’ll
I’m in a big house, really grand place, with massive sweeping staircases, beautiful mahogany wood, luxurious display cases filled with antiquities. It’s a pleasurable dream, except I’m looking for the exit.
And then there are the usual nightmares: paralyzed, falling, boogie men, monsters, creepy crawlers, etc.
The worst of all is having to take a urine test in a big house.
Are you and Mr. Fab separated at birth?
I am flattered that you put me down to the same level as Mr. Fab!
Thanks for the ‘shout out’ 😉 I am surprised that I haven’t met you wandering around campus trying to find that same elusive class…and yes there is always a test going on there. 😉 I actually teach dream interpretations in my Introduction to Psychology class 😉
Danielle: Kewl that you teach dream interpretations. Have you written something that is online that I can read? I ran across a site for “Dream Journals” that looked interesting too.