Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Stress Dreams?

Because of a string of consistant, heinous crap unfolding in my personal life, I've had messed up dreams every night. What does it all mean?

Monday night: I'm driving my Jeep and the brakes go out, and the gas doesn't work, yet I'm still able to drive up hills and all over neighborhoods. It isn't until I go over a cliff and throw the Jeep into reverse that I keep from falling over the edge... then my Jeep is stuck in reverse, with the brakes out and no gas, but still going up hills and all over neighborhoods.

Tuesday night: I literally dreamt that I couldn't wake up, and I got freaked out that I couldn't wake up, and then when I woke up this morning, I thought it was a dream and thought I had missed work. Funny thing is, I don't go to work until four o'clock in the afternoon.

Am I a headcase?

7 comments:

Rob said...

Probably, but who cares. Its who you are Holly. Just be yourself.

(Man, what a headcase!)

kris said...

"Headcase" is a term that the medical profession frowns upon. It's not sensitive to the person's state of being and mental health. They prefer "basketcase".

Jaime said...

Actually, I believe the correct medical terminology is 'left wing fruitcake'.

Hubby Dunn said...

That's NUTcake boo boo.

Holly said...

I feel so much better... thanks. :P

Goonhead said...

If you're a headcase, then I must be one also. I dreamt I was driving a minivan (bad enough dream already!) and was rounding a corner when one of the wheels came off and rolled down the street, causing the van to sway severely (but not crash). I chased after the dislodged wheel and caught up with it, to discover that the tire had large gaping holes in it.

Holly said...

That's an easy one... don't ever get a minivan.