Dreamcatcher

The other day I was watching the preview of this show. Dreamcatcher. Knowing it’s based on a Stephen King book, you know it’s got to be at least worth the watch. It got me thinking about what Dreamcatchers are all about. Dreamcatchers are used by the Native American Indians to sieve the bad dreams and let the good ones pass through. For those of you who don’t know what it is, it looks like a circle with a web in it. At the center is the hole where the good dreams can pass through. It’s decorated with beads and feathers. Apparently how you weave the web it is up to you, how you feel comfortable with it.

I’ve always tried to analyse my dreams. You know try figuring out what they mean. Psychologists say that dreams are a window into your subconscious. Messages if you will about what you don’t normally think. Ok maybe to some of us it’s a waste of time. Hell…half of us don’t even remember our dreams let alone find the time to actually decipher them. But it has always given some answers and some paths out of my troubles in times of great need. Yes it sounds loony, but hey…whatever works, works right? You can’t be picky over where your solutions come from, especially if they fix the problem.

Speaking of dreams, it reminds me of one thing that I certainly can’t wait. Matrix: Reloaded is coming out soon enough. Definitely worth the wait. Which is the Dream and which is reality. Maybe reality is the dream and maybe the dream is reality. Maybe we’re dreaming of reality and we’re really dreaming. Dream, reality, dreaming reality, reality dreaming, realistic dream, dreaming realistically…white chocolate, dark chocolate. Mmmmm…chocolate.

Before I give everyone else a headache I think I better go now have breakfast or something. Got a long day ahead of me, and I can’t get this tune out of my head…which could be a bad thing.

Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream. Merrily merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream…

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