Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Old Flames & Mice

A respected. well-known speaker was coming to our little corner of the world. Karen was excited though she was trying not to show it. The speaker was a high school boyfriend from 20 years ago. He's single, she's single; what are the possibilities?
Karen helped set up the room. She was in high spirits, smiling all the time. She looked good in her outfit and her hair was done nicely. She talked to everyone, spreading her happiness.
Then she overheard someone talking about her. Then the speaker was there too and talking about her and how there was no way he would get together with her.
Karen's shoulders slumped. Her smile was gone. She told a few people she had to go but we all knew why she was leaving.

I found a very small mouse. For someone odd, bizarre (only in dreams) reason, I let it nest in my hair. I would pick it up by the tail and show people then put back in my hair.

To�see a mouse in your dream, indicates fear, meekness, insignificance and a lack of assertiveness. You are experiencing feelings of inadequacy and fears that you are not measuring up. The dream may also be telling you that you are spending too much time hiding in the shadows. Alternatively, it may symbolize minor irritations and annoyances. The dream may also be a pun on a computer mouse and your connection to work or to the virtual world.�

If your hair is knotted or tangled, then it is symbolic of uncertainty and confusion in your life. You may be unable to think straight. If the wind is blowing through your hair, then it signifies freedom to express uninhibited feelings. You are "letting your hair down".

Interesting...lately, I've wondered if my writing is worth it or I'll make the cut.
Dreams r yours

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