So I woke up this morning saying WTF?! (I’d like to preface the telling of this dream by saying I in no way hold any ill will toward either Portia Del Rossi or Ellen Degeneres. In fact, I love Ellen.
Okay, back to the regularly scheduled dream insanity.
In my dream, Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi had a baby – unfortunately, Portia died and somehow I was given the task of raising this child. The baby and I had to stay in the hospital while hospital workers tried to extract breast milk from Portia using an Easy Bake Oven and ‘reverse gravity.’ Yeah…don’t ask – I have no clue.
This was no normal baby. He grew from an infant to a toddler overnight. He was incredibly active and kept breaking his only toy. When we’d go to visit Ellen, I mentioned it to her and instead of helping us out by replacing the toy, she just showed me where I could stand in line in the hot, hot sun with a cranky toddler to get it fixed using chewed gum and scotch tape.
Later I took the baby and my other kids to visit my mom – I thought she’d want to meet her new grandson. Instead of her neighbourhood, she now lived at the end of a two-track in the woods. Unfortunately, the road to her house was riddled with piles of hot tar and burning tires so I had to utilize stunt driving techniques I didn’t know I possessed.
When we got there, my brother’s girlfriend was hurling shoes (one of each pair that she owns – which holy cow, in real life is a metric ton – in the dream, it was never ending) at my brother and my mom. She stopped briefly when I came in with the kids, took one look at the baby, screamed and ran away.
So…thoughts? Comments? Apocalyptic prophesies?
Anyone? Anyone at all?
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uhhhummm…i sometimes have one of those WTF dreams/ moments when i wake up. i can analyse your dream for you – seriously! >>by the way, did you notice that your dream had a LOT of female/feminine energy?
LOL, I love you.>>I don’t have any interpretations for you, I just had to tell you that.>>XoXoXo>D
I agree with the lots of feminine energy, but what I think is that you are facing something (some difficulty maybe) that could alter (represented by the baby/toddler)your present life in some manner. The obstacles (as well as standing in the hot, hot sun for a weird fix up) could indicate that. The shoe-hurling woman could mean you are also faced with people obstacles as well as environmental ones…>>‘Course, it could just be a WTF dream! 🙂>>Just my two cents 🙂
OH MY GOSH!!! Laughed enough to spew cereal milk on the monitor. WARN SOMEBODY!!! And yes, I have intrepretations. Will email privately just in case you need to censure.
Once in a while I have strange dreams, though not so far anything like this. Mostly, I think weird dreams are when we’re trying to work through something. >>In fact, that something may not be in anyway connected to the dream. But in that dreaming process, our brain works it out. >>At least it was entertaining.
I know exactly what this dream means!>>It means that you took NyQuil before bed.>>Seriously, that reads like one of my cold-medicine dreams. Big time.
Bron, what did you eat before you went to bed?>>LOL:) Was this in color?>>Maybe…you need a break from the kids??>>I also love you:)
My thought was the same as Molly’s. No more pizza for you before bedtime.>>HUGS, sweetie!
Not only did you take NyQuil, you really have to stop listening to me and my lesbian drama woes. >> Go talk to mom, she’ll let you know how it’s this whole big thing that the Divine Feminine is awakening in your life and you’ve already given birth to a new project (I find it interesting that the baby is a boy) and now you’re surprised to talk care of it – because you had no idea it was coming. > Also, her majesty tossing shoes about? That may have actually happened in real life and you just repressed it until now.>> Seriously though, lay off the NyQuil.
I think it means all is not well in baby town, population your brother.
Um…Not sure. I’ll have to get out my dream interpreting book later, but I have to take DD#2 to her softball game now. >>Sounds like an interesting dream.
Any chance your sister-in-law is pregnant? >>Before each of my two former sisters-in-laws discovered they were pregnant, I had a strange dream that involved them reacting to a baby that was somehow connected to me. One discovered she was pregnant within a week and the other had just found out and had not yet told anyone in the family.>>Are they talking about children? The dream could represent the hardships you think they would face in raising a child.
I swear to Jesus if Her Majesty is preggers… > I don’t even want to think about it.
Hmmm, I’d love to know what that dream signifies:)