Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Dreams Continued

Helen here - found an interesting website about dreams and dream analysis:

And for fun, here's an approximation of one of my dreams last night:

I woke up to this:

Nice, huh?

Anyone else want to share visuals of their dreams?

Here's one for Michele:


Betina Krahn said...

Helen, you have one heck of a dream-life goin', girl! Can I borrow your subconscious for a few days? I promise I'll return it with a full tank! LOL!

Wow. Two of my favorite smoldering Brits. Hey-- that would be a great idea for a book-series name:


I'd buy it. And you know, watching Clive, I just realized that one of the buttons he pushes for me is one from high school. There was a guy in my HS class who looked a LOT like Clive and on whom I had a mad secret crush. Still do. On the weird occasion where I dream of a guy, it's almost always the Clive look-alike from high school.

Talk about arrested development. . .


Helen Brenna said...

Smoldering Brits ... I'd read it!

Wish I had a Clive look alike in my past.

Michele Hauf said...

Hmm, I don't need to provide pictures. It's quite simple. Christian Bale. Naked.

But if you do need a pictorial reference of said nakedness, pick up Velvet Goldmine to rent. It's a wonderful, fantastic, twisted tale of seventies rock n' roll and man love. Christian, Ewan McGregor and Jonathon Rhys Meyers. Oh baby.

Hey, we need to do a movie review day where we just list movies that give a glimpse 'o the mighty sword, yes? :-)

Kathleen Eagle said...

Oooh, nice Clive video.

And speaking of sleep (or lack of it) Michele, have you seen "The Machinist"? Did Christian really lose weight for that, or is there such a thing as a skinny suit? Man, that was a nightmare.

The psychic site was kinda frustrating, Helen. I dream about school all the time, and they don't really tell you what it means. I'm teaching or I'm back in college, usually in the library.

Helen Brenna said...

Man love and glimses of the mighty sword - ah, Michele, always full of surprises!

Kathy, the only school I'd want to go back to is college. You taught, right? You probably felt completely comfortable in school, in control. Life outside of school is a crapshoot!

Helen Brenna said...

Oh, and I saw The Machinist, Kathy. Christian Bale was amazing.