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27 June 2008 @ 10:23 pm
These are the different parts of my dream, broken down and examined, like the parts of a toy spread out on the table and waiting to be put back together.

To see your friends in your dream, signifies aspects of your personality that you have rejected, but are ready to integrate these rejected part of yourself. The relationships you have with those around you are important in learning about yourself. Additionally, this symbol foretells of happy tidings from them and the arrival of good news

To dream that you are swimming, suggests that you are exploring aspects of your unconscious mind and emotions. The dream may be a sign that you are seeking some sort of emotional support. It is a common dream image for people going through therapy. To dream that you are swimming underwater, suggests that you are completely submerged in your own feelings. You are forcing yourself to deal with your emotional difficulties.

To have it sprayed on your head, denotes that your passionate awakening to love will meet reciprocal consummation.

Healing energies within; releasing and expression of emotions.

To see colorful flowers in your dream, signifies kindness, compassion, gentleness, pleasure, beauty, and gain. It is also symbolic of perfection and spirituality. Your dream may be an expression of love, joy and happiness. Alternatively, flowers may denote a particular time or season. If the flowers are white, then it symbolizes sadness.

- Sunflowers symbolize loyalty and wishes.
- Peonies symbolize a happy life and marriage and are regarded as an aphrodisiac.
(There were more flowers--a whole mountain of them that made me smile--but I didn't know the names of them).
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I am happy that it rained yesterday, because my car needed a good washin'.
18 May 2008 @ 12:57 am
"You may need to be careful in matters of love because you could be involved in some type of scandal today."

I'm starting to think they've never met me . . . .
I'm barely capable of owning myself. Why would someone else want to own me?
11 May 2008 @ 11:14 pm
This is how it happens:

The first time, I know I'm awake. I'm laying in my bed, the sun filtering through the curtains, and I'm thinking it's about time I get up. But my arms are asleep. I try to move them, waiting for the tingling. It never comes, because my body is gone. I start to panic and my breathing quickens. I wake with a start, breathing heavily and that's when I realize that it's all a dream.

The second time, I'm not expecting it--it's been one whole day and the memory has faded--so I still feel like I'm awake again. And when I realize that my body is heavy and numb and just not there, I panic and wake with a gasp.

The third time, it happens just minutes after the second, when I fall asleep again. I know it's a dream and I shake my head, causing flashes of light to dance across my eyelids--dragging, pulling, forcing myself awake. My eyes fly open and I gasp for air, as if I had been drowning in darkness. I feel like something has been trying to grab me away from my body.
22 March 2008 @ 11:00 am
Sometimes, people tell me that my head is screwed on straight or that I’ve got a good head on my shoulders. But my head isn’t actually screwed on, is it? It’s attached with bones, muscles and skin. And technically, my head is on my neck, which is on my shoulders: my head is on my shoulders only by association, and, without stating as such, one can run the risk of being anatomically incorrect.

In other news, I’m writing a book tentatively called "The Carney Island Train." The title was inspired by Carney Island Park (which I can’t find any information on, by the way. I just want to know why it was named Carney Island, when the real Carney Island is in Antarctica) and it’ll probably be a short book.
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Current Mood: anxious
Current Music: Coconut Records
24 September 2007 @ 08:22 pm

What if all of our bad memories were just resilient Post-It Notes on the folds of our brain? If you peel them all away, would it make life better? Would it make being "you" more bearable? Would it make being "me" more bearable?

20 August 2007 @ 11:38 am
Some say One is the loneliest number. But One is next to Two, and One and Two make Three, and Three's a crowd, right?
23 June 2007 @ 05:27 pm
Hands are the window to the soul, you know. I think someone once said it was eyes, but I don't think that makes much sense.
Current Music: "House of Awesome" by The Whomping Willows
16 June 2007 @ 09:11 pm
Life should be like a hole-in-the-wall.