Sunday, May 22, 2011


Whenever I dream, it's almost always nightmares. The last few years, it's been like that. But not the normal kind, it's different types of nightmares about the same subject matter: the zombie apocolypse. Needless to say, I try not to watch, or play, zombie stuff before bed. But even so, the dreams still come.

Last week , I dreamed that we got a crib. And then, as soon as we assembled it, we found out we lost the baby. The dream ended with me taking the crib apart, slowly, as the lights all faded.

I'd much rather have zombie nightmares.

(**Last nights dream wasn't a nightmare though; it didn't involve babies, or zombies, or saddness at all. It was a nice dream. I was working on the set of Doctor Who, it was Christmas time (of course, since it's Doctor Who!) and I got my photo taken with Matt Smith and Tom Baker. I squealed like a school girl. And then I woke up.

It was nice to dream about something other than horror for once.**)


Celia said...

That is a nice dream!

Rebecca said...

That is a wonderful dream. I've been playing catch up on last season and this season's Doctor Who...just finished watching it all yesterday. I love the Doctor! Wish he would come for me with his tartis.

aliciamarie911 said...

hooray for good dreams! I've had so many horrible dreams the past 10 months that I wish I would dream something good.

Kristin said...

Matt Smith and To Baker would make me squeal like a school girl too. Glad you had a nice dream for a change because dead baby dreams SUCK.

mommyodyssey said...

I would take a dr. who dream any day of the week and twice on sunday. Plus - is it weird that I think matt smith is hot?

Stinky said...

I like the dreams of flying the best, but get very very odd dreams (people cringe on the rare occasion I tell them what I've dreamt about)

OMG! What a scary week for you. I missed it all too, but I've just read the posts from recent to older so I know its all ok. A subchorionic haematoma? Faaaarrrrk.
Sending safe dissolvy wishes to you