Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Darn Dreams

The dreams of my ex-husbands continue. Needless to say, I am getting no rest, and my stomach is hurting. Last night and the two nights before I dream of being with them. Now the dreams are blending and twisting into both marriages. I will walk out of one room with one husband and into another with the other. I am caring for children in the dreams, but they are not any children I have ever met. Now, to be honest, Lily and Forrest were in one scene where Lily jumps into a pool, not the pool I had, and I excitedly ask her how was the first plunge in the pool for the summer. There were many other people around, but I do not know who they are. I wake up wringing wet. Head throbbing. I finally return to sleep and I am on the soap Bold and Beautiful with the young blonde guy on Dancing with the St@rs. That even makes me angry because if I could have any guy it would be the French man Gilles.


JeanMac said...

Feel for you. This probably won't help the dreams but maybe - try a banana just before bed. I often have to get up in the night to eat one.

One Woman's Journey said...

I smile because I have had some wild dreams also. Hope they are a thing of the past. I pray before falling asleep and that helps. At this time of life I only want good and postive thoughts. I know it is difficult but all we can do is try.

Brighid said...

Having gone thru a spell of bad dreams, and waking up a bunch of times each nite, I can relate. I finally decided that I would just go to bed, calm my breathing, relax each part of my body in turn, and think of nothing but being at peace with my self. Guess what,the stress factors haven't gone away, but I haven't had sleep problems for over a year.

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Ouch, that is uncomfortable and those dreams stay with you. Have you tried Sleepy Time does help me somewhat. It will pass.
I've been there, too.
Wishing you peaceful, restful nights.