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Wondering what dream means... please help
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26844291:MV8yMDUwNzQ0XzM0NDYxMjkyXzlFMTRCMENE] It had crossed my mind as well. I hope though that doesn't mean that I am near my end though. I didn't feel sad by the dream, but comforted. The only part that I completely figure out is why my grandma's house was empty. I wanted her to be there, but I knew she couldn't be there. In this dream, it was the older house that she used to live in, the one that burned down. I was walking through it, like it was still there. I was looking at the places she used to be, like her favorite chair. It was then, I was feeling like I missed her. But I felt her with me at the same time. Like she was comforting me. [/quote]
I dreamed about my son that passed away twelve years ago. He was a baby, and a special needs infant. Out of no where I dreamed about him, that I was taking care of him again, that he was with me. And then I am visiting my grandmas house, and it is empty. She isn't there. My grandma passed away last year. What do you think that I should have dreams about both my grandma and my son that have both passed away in the same dream. I haven't dreamed of either of them in a long time. Just wondering...
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