dream: Rescuing three litters of kittens

In the dream, I’m returning to a house I used to live in where my family still lives. But in real life, it’s not a house we actually lived in. I discover a Mama kitten who’s had babies hiding in the walls of the house and I bring her and her babies out to a warm spot with hay in the barn. When I get there with this litter I find there are two other litters in the barn. One kitten looks so malnourished that it’s near death. Also the babies were in a cold area so I brought them over to the warmth. Then I go inside, get cat food & water, then bring it back out to the kittens. I tuck them all away in boxes that they can climb in and out of with hay and blankets and food and water and then I have to leave.

My sister, her high school best friend, as well as my ex-husband and my boyfriend of 3 years are in the driveway getting ready to go. There’s a big ordeal about someone taking someone else’s cigarettes and where to go to get more and there is a lot of tension. All I’m thinking is to go so everyone will leave and I can return with my boyfriend to save the kittens’ lives. Finally we get in the car, go downtown to the store and then I help get them cigarettes but they use fake ID which I’m uncomfortable with.

When I go back to the barn & house I’m showing my boyfriend where the kittens are. They are all black. And I’m showing him where we can put them so they will stay alive. The kittens are all playful now that they have had nourishment and warmth so I’m happy to see that what I did for them helped. But there is still one who appears like he was too cold and sort of froze and won’t eat on his own so we hand feed him and he licks the wet cat food off our fingers and begins to take water with a dropper. We then find a place to put the cats but the carload of people are back and now they are saying we can’t take the kittens.

Even though they are putting up a fight I keep loading the kittens into the car. I’m terrified of what they will do to me but I keep going anyways. There’s about two dozen kittens; it’s an arduous task. My sister, her friend and my ex all argue with me but yet they realize they can’t win this because the state of the kittens reveals they were neglected and dying in their care so I know I can take them because I’ll nurture them back to health. So I just keep loading the car.

That’s my dream. I’ll share an analysis soon.

How my dream of alligators alerted me in advance that people were plotting against me

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Less than a few weeks after having a dream of hungry alligators swarming around me, my daughter ran away from home with the “help” of many people who did not have my or her best interest in mind. This dream interpretation explains how to read a dream when it’s warning of danger, how to be prepared, and how to stay calm & tranquil even when the greatest hurt & anger threatens your well being.

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A Sonnet For my Daughter

Oh! The trauma, the terror, the turmoil…

How I miss my love, my Heart, my Daughter!

Now this joyful heart ripped out; my plans soiled.

Now what has made our connection falter?

Once here, so creative, funny, so sweet,

Now somewhere but where? I seek but can’t find.

Flew on a plane to an unknown retreat?

Haunting visions of loss ghosting my mind.

“I’m here safe” she says – a truth and a lie,

My love, my Heart, my blood, my Everything!

God, guard me from this faulty alibi.

Why’d you go? Why administer this Sting?

Once here, bold & bright like a trumpet blast!

It seemed our Forever yet didn’t last.

Now it’s no blame of yours; no blame of mine,

I miss you – you are in my Heart each day.

Our Life is a journey traveled in time,

I cherish you – in my Heart you will stay.

My message to you if I have just one –

(it’s not a ploy to attract some strange gain)

Don’t waste your young days in turmoil or shun

Life always consists of sunshine and rain

Your quick departure feels like shattered glass,

No matter the pain though, no matter the scar,

Despite My fragmented heart – this shattered mass,

I love you here and I love you a far.

I know that you know that my love is deep & true

No matter the distance I always Love YOU.

[This is a Shakespearean style sonnet with rhyming pattern abab cdcd efef gg and 10 syllables per line. ]

Dogs in dreams are about loyalty and friendliness

WordPress has a new feature called My Story. This is my first attempt at making a story.

You would think that a “story” about dogs as a metaphor would have only photos with dogs in them. I assure you I was with Chloe in every scenario but sometimes she wouldn’t pose for the camera. Haha.

But that’s how loyalty and friendship work. Sometimes you’re together and sometimes you’re not and that’s ok.

When a dog shows up in a dream if the dream is positive it means the dreamer has no issues with friendliness & loyalty so they can keep moving forward in life using these qualities often.

If the dream is somewhat negative (like mine have been) it means there’s an issue around loyalty in real life and it’s a good time for the dreamer to consider and explore where the issues came from in the past and start working through it. I’ll be exploring this in more detail in upcoming posts.

Happy Dreamworking!

Chloe standing proud on a bolder in a stream after an hour-long hike in the hilly forest

My Daughter was 13 when she first ran away – How I overcame the Grief, Shock & Pain

I’m busy cleaning a wealthy estate in downtown Vancouver. It’s summer 2018. I’ve been running my own cleaning business on the side for about a decade and it’s been easy to get established in a new town by setting up a cleaning business. Despite having a decade experience in education and community development, I run this cleaning business so I can create my own hours and have lots of time at home with my 13 year old daughter. She’s been at her father’s in Fort McMurray for a summer visit and then I receive a text, “I’m gonna live here now Mom.” The words are like a stab to the heart. My heart feels shattered in 1000 pieces. It’s not so much that I didn’t want her to live with her father but that I wanted us to plan it together, to set it up, to do it in time for me to prepare and budget and be able to say a proper goodbye. But all that is taken from me. When I go home and see her room I bawl harder than ever in my life. It feels like she’s died. It feels like a death. The grief is so intense my head falls to the table as I sob and I feel like I will never be able to get up again.

But I do get up again. And in a few days she changes her mind and says she’s coming home on the scheduled flight. What a relief! My daughter is home. My heart still holds the cracks and scars from the experience but she’s here with me now and I’m so relieved!!

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When I’m working through a huge amount of negative energy there are specific steps I take to flip the negative to a positive.

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