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Night life

Morning Moon taken by Tony Wadden for Becky Nappi blog
Morning Moon taken by Tony Wadden for Becky Nappi blog

He was charming and fun and kind and smart. Oh, and I found him attractive – tall and confident, a bit reserved. A thinker. The party was filled with many interesting guests. But he and I continued to talk and talk only with each other; I felt a wonderful connection. He kissed me casually on top of my head. I smiled. I spent some time moving among other guests. At the end of the evening he walked over to me and whispered shyly, “You are wonderful, I must see you again. Will you go out with me?” I said, "I would love to go out with you."

Then, I woke up.

I was 30 years old and single in the dream and so was he. I do not know him in my real life.  

What do our dreams mean and where do their characters come from?

(Photo: Tony Wadden)




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