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thoughts and dreams

The best part about going home for a very short while has got to be doing all of your laundry for free. Woohoo for clean clothes. Julie's going to freak out when she sees me, since I haven't been home since Friday night, and I went straight to work.

So yesterday afternoon, as my dad was sending Rick and I to go drop off a form for Rick's brand new Blazer (his van died, and he kind of needs a car to drive cross-country tomorrow to go to Idaho so he can go to school), we saw this hawk just sitting on the ground. a couple of cars had driven by it, and it still was standing there. we joked, saying it must have something, and dad was like, i hope it's a squirrel, because apparently we have lots and lots of squirrels in the neighborhood, and he doesn't like them, and all of a sudden the hawk took off, and it was dangling a flailing squirrel, and we all about died laughing. i was like, it's so funny... but it's so horrible... i can't believe i'm laughing at this.

in the last week or so, i have had some really weird-ass dreams. I dreamed one day that i forgot to go to lab band, and it was during conducting classes, so I lost a full letter grade on my conducting. (that's the grading policy). Then the night before I was conducting, I dreamed that I totally screwed everything up. I was so nervous the next day, that I did have a lot of problems, but definitely not as bad as my dream. I don't know what kind of crack I was on last night, but I did have some very weird dreams. For some reason, I was in a museum after closing time, exploring a recreation of Roseanne's house from the TV show "roseanne." I also have fairly constant recurring dreams about losing teeth. They always start the same way. The tooth is really loose, and I worry about it, then it comes out entirely and I try to put it back in. Sometimes it stays, sometimes it doesn't. That's really gross, isn't it. Every time it happens, I'm always positive that it isn't a dream this time; it's for real. I'm still trying to figure out what the dream means. I guess it's probably something about insecurity with myself or my appearance.

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etoilepb
Apr. 22nd, 2002 12:38 pm (UTC)
dreams
I don't have my analysis book here, bercause I'm in PC7, but there is a standard significance assigned to dreams about losing teeth. I'll look it up tonight.
lieutfaber
Apr. 23rd, 2002 03:56 am (UTC)
Re: dreams
I know it's usually about someone dying, but it's a recurring dream... and noone's died yet.
etoilepb
Apr. 23rd, 2002 05:05 am (UTC)
Re: dreams
Teeth: the ageing process as it relates to maturity.This is because we lose our first teeth as we leave childhood behind, and lose our adult teeth as we leave youthfulness behind. Also aggression; ability to 'chew things over.' Teeth falling out:fear of ageing and death. Also, apprehension about maturing and facing independence. Among the Arabs it is believed that if you dream of losing teeth it means your brother or son is in trouble.

--_Dream Dictionary_, Tony Crisp
lieutfaber
Apr. 24th, 2002 08:08 am (UTC)
Re: dreams
ok, so that pretty much works. i guess i'm afraid of moving on. which i am, actually. it's scary stuff, this gradumatating and teaching kids.
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