dreams

I don’t often remember my dreams. However, I’ve had two in recent weeks that I do.

The first one involves all of you. All of the writers of blogs I read and all of the readers of my blog. We were all gathered at my house talking, laughing, crying, and some of us were drinking. It was a grand old time. I had faces for all of you, probably all wrong. It was so warm and cozy.

In the second, I was pregnant. That’s the first time that I have ever had a dream where I was pregnant (ok, the second – but the first was while I was in college. I dreamt that I gave birth to a little white kitten. I don’t think it counts.). I was pregnant with twins after doing IVF. It was a very strange dream, and I’m trying very hard to make into just pregnant after IUI. But it’s not working.

I’m also trying very hard not to allow the dream to become a “sign”. We all know about those.

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~ by Larisa on September 20, 2005.

3 Responses to “dreams”

  1. Dreams are tricky. Damn them.

    I’m not going with it being a sign that IUI didn’t work. I’m going with it as being a manifestation of your struggle with hope. You hope IF treatment will work, but you’re losing hope with this cycle. Hope is still around though, which is much better than being completely lost.

    I hope you’re pregnant. I have terrible luck with pee sticks. Even when I was pregnant, the pee stick was a bitch and said BFN.

  2. I once gave birth to a kitten too, (in my dream!). Wonder what it means.

  3. Yes, but without dreams, what do we have?

    The best part of dreams is that they give us hope.

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