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I had the strangest dream...

Started by DaveMorton, September 22, 2011, 08:40:58 AM

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Have you ever had a dream so vivid, and so disturbing that it haunts you until you have to do something about it? Well that happened to me today, and I found that I had to write about it. And, of course, it doesn't do much good to just write about things like that, if you don't share it with others, too.

(I REALLY need to fix my main page. :( )
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Interesting and exciting.   
I've never had the all connection but I remember friends did years ago.
Felt I missed out on something
I had other experiences, not always enjoyable of course,
But no more, and now reading your dreams, I miss them.


I can still remember the most vivid dreams I've had over the years, sometimes they stay with us for a long time don't they?

Can't say I've ever had the everything and everywhere dream, does sound scary but exciting too.

Although vivid dreams can leave us feeling disorientated or confused I like to think there is a lesson in them somewhere, let the dream settle into your consciousness, work out what its telling you and file it away.    

That's what I try to do ::)

(Your site would like so much nicer with some CSS3 rounded panels behind the text Dave)


Take a look now. I did a "quick & dirty" facelift of the entire site.
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It WILL be fine !...


Just had another look at your site Dave, I think it is looking better now  ;)


Thanks, Data. I'm pretty happy with how it looks now. I may want to do just a little bit of adjusting to it, but overall, I think it's getting there.
Safe, Reliable Insanity, Since 1961!