My coworker shared an odd dream she had where I was a star partcipant.
Starts with the trees in her back yard developing tentacles to eat her with. She said they were mad about being overwatered. I come running into her yard when she's enveloped up to her eyes, holding a spray bottle and shouting "Don't worry, it's a home remedy! " and proceed to spray the plants. As I do this two girls also run into the yard yelling, "We've got this!" And they start pulling weeds. She's never seen my nieces in person, but tells me in her dream that was who the girls were. Between the three of us saved her from the man eating trees. Also, somewhere in there I made sure she knew my home remedy wouldn't hurt her plants.
Nothing important here. I just think it's a hilarious dream to have guest spot in and thought it might make others laugh, too. Yes, I am frequently recommending various none commercial solutions to different problems. Maybe I do it a little too much?
Here is some more meaningless drivel though not funny like yours!
A friend had a book on interpreting dreams which was really interesting.
I have in the past had what I call recurring dreams, like a dream that I keep having over and over though always a little different.
The first one is about losing my purse. In the dream it doesn't get stolen just left somewhere. In real life this has never happened. In real life, twice at two different clinic the nurse has suggested that I leave my purse in the waiting room.
This one I have had lots of times at our previous house. In one dream, I am in a big old house with lots of windows, doors and people I don't know. I keep going around locking the door and windows. Another dream I am in a house with plywood floors painted white and the house has lots of added on rooms. Again I don't know anyone and am constantly locking the windows and doors. After we moved I mentioned this to DH who said he frequently forgot to lock the front door.
Invasive plants are Earth's way of insisting we notice her medicines. Stephen Herrod Buhner
Everyone learns what works by learning what doesn't work. Stephen Herrod Buhner
I had a dream last night that there was a little clear ball rolling around on my floor. When I looked closely at it, there was a little hermit crab inside of it, pedaling that ball around like it was a paddle boat. It was sitting on a little seat and using it's tiny legs to pedal itself around the room.