Weird Dream

Sunday night I dreamt I was outside raking the lawn. This is weird in of itself, as:

1) I was actually OUTSIDE

2) Raking is hubby's job

But back to the dream. A young man came speeding across my manicured (and surprisingly hilly*) lawn, tearing it up with his bike.

When I asked him to leave as this was private property, he snapped my rake in two.

Now, I am no Sigmund Freud, but I do believe this was a sign.

A clear sign that I should just stay inside.

And blog.

So I did. All day Monday.








* I live on the Prairies; the closest thing to hills are speed bumps at the local mall.

12 People would rather be commenting:

Jill said...

It's nice when dream interpretation is so cut & dry like that, isn't it??????? :-) :-) :-)

BonnieRose said...

blogging is fun.. plain and simple.

Debbi said...

We would rather you stayed inside and blogged too. So much more fun than being outside.

toners said...

happy new blog! have fun :)

Colleen said...

Too funny and love the new blog! The siggy looks great!

Maureen said...

Heh, heh...yeah. Thanks for all the comments and well wishes.

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Very funny! Congrats on the new blog.

BonnieRose said...

I added your link to mine on my blog....

Maureen said...

Thank you Bonnie! And I have reciprocated as well. Most appreciated!

Heather said...

I love it! I too am an indoors kind of girl. Unless all of my special criteria are met outside. Then I'll go out.

Debbi (no 'e' on the end) said...

Next time I have a strange dream I will have you interpret it for me too......as long as I dont' have to do work.

P.L. Frederick said...

Hee hee! Speed bumps being hills.

Ups and downs. Not much privacy. Destruction of hubby's personal tools. And there's RAKING. What kind of a dream makes someone rake in summertime anyway? Jeepers.

P.L. Frederick
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