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Thursday, January 7, 2010

If you need a good laugh...

...interpret your dreams.

My elevator dream? Check it out:


To dream that you are ascending in an elevator, suggests that you will quickly rise to status and wealth. You may have risen to a higher level of consciousness and are looking at the world from an elevated viewpoint. Descending in an elevator, suggests that you are being grounded or coming back down to reality. It also signifies setbacks and misfortunes.

The up and down action of the elevator represents the ups and downs of your life. It also symbolizes emotions and thoughts that are emerging out of and submerging into your subconscious. Alternatively, the dream may have sexual connotations.
[Of course! Because everything in pop psychology has to do with sex, no?]

To dream that the elevator is out of order or that it is not letting you off, symbolizes that your emotions have gotten out of control. It may be a reflection of your life or your career. You are feeling stuck in some aspect of your life, whether it is your career, relationship, etc.

from: http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/e.htm

The fact that the elevator does it's best to imitate a tilt-a-whirl, going up and down and up and down (but always up) and it's always in a dorm room type building, has NOTHING to do with us living in a trailer and building a house. The good thing about this interpretation is that although the elevator tries to throw me around and not let me out, I continue to use the elevator over and over again to get where I need to go, and I'm always able to jump out to safety. I guess.

No more dream interpretations for me. I don't want to know what it all means. Unless it helps me to stop dreaming. I prefer a solid 8 hours of darkness.

For the record, I took Ed to pre-K and then proceeded to drive ALL OVER town running errands. I left my house at 6:45am, returned at 3:30pm, left at 4:15pm, and returned at 5:15 pm. I'm tired and ready for bed... tomorrow I am scheduled to paint the interior of the well house. I am falling behind on my project 365 already... but I've got some things planned for the next two days, at least.

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