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Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 9:13 pm
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I have all the ingredients to make fudge and I am craving fudge.  Yet I know if I make it now I will eat it all and then not be able to sleep tonight and be tired tomorrow.

Think I’ll go brush my teeth instead…

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 7:38 am
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Guys I don’t know why, it happened again. 
I had a dream last night and there was a man involved, he looked a bit like my Capricorn ex (but then again ALL my exes look alike: long dark hair, beard, long nose…) but I was sure he wasn’t my ex, he was someone completely new. I was following him and I overheard him say he wanted to meet me, but we couldn’t quite catch up… There was a surreal atmosphere in the air, I was somewhere abroad, the place was unknown and just plain weird, and I would roam and roam in hope to find him somewhere and get to talk to him. He was smitten by my presence as much as I was with his. And there was that Venus/Neptune pining, I woke up literally aching to meet this stranger and feeling in Love.
Now it’s not the first time, believe it or not, EVERY TIME I have this kind of dream, I end up meeting someone I fall head over heels for. First it was the Romanian guy, years ago, with whom I had an affair, then Capricorn, like two months after dreaming of him (I saw his eyes and many other identical traits in that dream, including his laughter and how he would roll on the bed with me). 
Well I don’t want to be delusional. Maybe it’s just the Universe’s way to answer my question “Is it possible to Love again after loving so much and having your heart broken?”. Maybe the answer is “Yes, as you see you can even Love someone you only met in a dream. It just won’t happen irl”.
Do I sound psycho yet?

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 7:44 am
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I’m glad a part of me can dream and Love again, I missed that part after the depression kicked in. I’m okay if I’ll never feel that Love for another human being in real Life anyway… The dude can just keep on coming to see me in dreams if he feels better doing so, I don’t care. It seems like everything crumbles down to pieces every time a Love like that is experienced in real Life, anyway. So it’s okay if I’ll never meet him, sigh. 

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 9:47 am
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Seldom remembering dreams bugs me, but it bugs me even more when I’ll wake with the only remnant being a song playing.  Usually there’s an obvious reason, an emotional association or recent mini obsession with a track.

This morning, “Don’t You Remember?”

No Adele, thanks for asking, but I don’t remember what I was dreaming about nor what association that song holds…

 

You capitalize Love and Life, WL :)

 

We were completely unaware at the time, but we picked Greek names for both our daughters.  With the English etymology of ours, our family tree of name meaning reads:

Gift of God + Little She who Holds Christ in Her Heart = Life + Blooming

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I’m glad a part of me can dream and Love again, I missed that part after the depression kicked in. I’m okay if I’ll never feel that Love for another human being in real Life anyway… The dude can just keep on coming to see me in dreams if he feels better doing so, I don’t care. It seems like everything crumbles down to pieces every time a Love like that is experienced in real Life, anyway. So it’s okay if I’ll never meet him, sigh. 

Your sentiments sound beautiful WL. I’m inclined to consider your dreams as a much needed healing. The psyche knows best. And when it is ready to become whole it draws what it needs in. Maybe things have settled at least enough so that you can mend your connection to those feelings again and reclaim your own romantic vitality. As scary as it seems it must be like water quenching your thirst and nourishing you once more through love. Renewing your faith in life and love, but perhaps poignant in the sense that you now have realism that you lacked before in choosing a partner? Not that you were unwitting in relationships before but maybe given your experiences you have a better understanding of what you need.

I had a reoccurring dream that alerts me to trouble last night and I am disturbed as it was my best friend. Usually it is a dream of a spider being crushed in some fashion during the dream. It signifies betrayal to me. So I’m tentative in my dealings soon. I hope this time it meant nothing, but I am on alert.

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 12:25 pm
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Is it weird that I find the art of manliness blog as one of the best sources for me to derive inspiration? Disciplined men are the sexiest creatures. And I learn much to impart in my own life.

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Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 5:22 pm
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lol heart

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Monday, March 30, 2015 - 9:13 am
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I’m reading Elsa’s book and I can hardly put it down.

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Monday, March 30, 2015 - 10:11 am
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I just bought Elsa’s book too, allie. In the “test drive” chapter- baha! Great story-telling…makes me feel nostalgic.

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There’s a line in one of my favorite movies with Robin Williams, “What Dreams May Come” where after Robin’s character in the movie dies, he is being shown around his own personal heaven by his spirit guide (his son, who he does not recognize yet) and Robin asks him “Where is God in all of this” and his son answers something like: Up there somewhere, watching us, screaming down how much he loves us and wondering why we can’t hear him.”

I’ve latched on to this phrase and it’s a totem/guide in my life that somewhere, somehow, the highest power is up there loving me through all this. Since then I’ve began to see cracks in this life; spaces in time where I can almost hear, see his/her voice and the feeling of pure unconditional limitless love floods me. A beautiful sunset; a golden eagle, a piece of music. A sense of something outside of time. Outside of this existence and eternal.

I know this is hippy dippy but I feel it and it’s given me meaning and the urge to push on.

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Monday, March 30, 2015 - 1:59 pm
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To lighten the mood from my last post, this Youtube video of Fritz the golden retriever made me howl with laughter last night. Poor hangry bebe!

I hope everyone is ok with watching dogs and people food before watching though!

 

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Monday, March 30, 2015 - 2:08 pm
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Short trip coming up on Easter weekend, yay. 
Man, articulating that post for the Chiron thread was intense.

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That poor dog could take lessons from mine — he can catch something as small as a peanut or even a spoonful of yoghurt without even batting an eyelash!

Actually, reminds me of myself as a wimpy child too afraid of a softball or baseball to catch it — until I tried a schoolmate’s softball glove — caught nine pop-ups, my childhood’s finest hour!  wink

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Warped by Wuthering Heights said
That poor dog could take lessons from mine — he can catch something as small as a peanut or even a spoonful of yoghurt without even batting an eyelash!

Actually, reminds me of myself as a wimpy child too afraid of a softball or baseball to catch it — until I tried a schoolmate’s softball glove — caught nine pop-ups, my childhood’s finest hour!  wink

I thought of my softball experiences while watching this too! I wasn’t as good even with a good mitt! I was the weakest on an league winning team. I could hit and get on base but my position in outfield was far right base because I had a phobia of being hit in the face and weak arm strength. Whenever the ball came my way I would always hold up my glove and *pretend* to catch but would purposefully miss (because of sun glare, a strong breeze??) because I had a phobia of being hit in the face and weak arm strength….hehe.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 9:47 am
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Starting to own my power. Here’s to change.

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