Monday, April 11, 2005

All my life I've had the strangest dreams. They're usually very kooky. There's been quite a few times where I will literally laugh myself awake. And most of the time, they're just plain weird and I get strange looks from people when I tell them about them. I keep saying I'm going to record my dreams, and I never do. And a lot of times, I lose the dream after I've been up for an hour or so. Then there are those that I remember generally, even if I forget some of the details. I don't think I'll ever make a story out of my dreams. Not unless I decide to enter into the Sci-Fi genre. LOL

Last night I dreamed that the world was coming to an end. But not like the second coming of the Lord. More like an invasion of another species from out of space and they were called Androids (wasn't that in a movie or a cartoon or something?). First, I was sitting in something like a congregation or a large lecture hall or something. All of a sudden, you could feel the world spinning. It felt like going down a rollercoaster. Then it changed directions and you could feel the world spinning backwards. Don't ask me how we felt it, but everybody in the dream did. Then, I remember being directed outside in mass droves. The Androids were taking over. They had bullhorns and were directing us. We had to form lines. At a certain point in the line, you passed an Android that was handing out paper. I remember looking at the paper and it was a test. Differential Equations. My heart started beating faster. But lo and behold, a few paces up, there was a human being passing out cheat sheets. So, I got a cheat sheet that had all the answers to the Android's Diff-EQ test! No lie! LOL So, we're being directed inside this big hall in order to take the test, but we have to pass the front table, where we pick up a number 2 pencil. Also at the table, there was one Android checking to make sure the humans didn't have cheat sheets. Problem was, we were passing the table in mass amounts and it couldn't check everybody. I was with my old highschool friend, Sherron. She didn't have a cheat sheet and she got through. She was rushing me and I picked up my #2 pencil and told her that I needed to try to sneak past with my cheat sheet. She looked at me like I was crazy. She told me I should go back there (she pointed somewhere in the crowd) and have a chip implanted or embedded. She told me that this chip had all the answers. So I guess there was a human in the crowd implanting a chip in people that gave them answers to the test. LOL Then I woke up. Laughing.

Now, don't ask me what happened if we passed or failed the test. And although people say dreams have meaning, I have no idea what this dream could mean. But this is typical of all my dreams. Could it mean that the world will be taken over by a highly intelligent species? Could it mean that all that math I took in college did find use in my life after all? Or could it be subconscious guilt coming to the surface and haunting me since I did employ the use of a cheat sheet or two in college? But who in the heck dreams about math equations anyway? See, that's why we were called nerds in engineering school! LOL


Peggy Mon Apr 11, 09:59:00 AM EDT  

You should consider writing science fiction! I was spellbound reading your dream adventure. I'm waiting on the nextinstallment!

Stormy Steele Mon Apr 11, 02:54:00 PM EDT  

Hi Cherlyn! Ms. Dream Doctor at your service here!

You are going to have to make a big decision soon. And the decision that you make will determine how the rest of your life will be. Check this out: You didn't have a choice of whether or not to get in the line. And you were presented with an opportunity to cheat. You already have knowledge of Math so you didn't need to cheat. So, the dream is telling you that you'll have the opportunity to take the easy way out, or to do what's right.

Shelia Mon Apr 11, 09:28:00 PM EDT  

Cherlyn, I thought I was having a college flashback. I used to dream equations while in college...and right before a test mind you. You were able to capture your dream in so great detail. I agree with peggy, it would make a great story.

CydneyR Thu Apr 28, 10:42:00 AM EDT  


Boy you remembered a lot of dream details.I love dream interpretation books. Do you consult those? Glad to know I'm not the only one that has impressionable dreams.

Cherlyn Michaels Sun May 01, 11:00:00 AM EDT  

Hey Cydney!

No, you know, I haven't taken any dream interpretation classes, but after's Stormy's interpretation, I just might! And the funny thing is, I recently saw a listing for dream interpretation classes. I'm a firm believer in God putting in our path the things he wants to show us. This is no coincidence that I would write about it, then have Stormy to give an interpretation, and then for me to see this class. I also recall a women's group meeting that I went to where the founder shared with us the title of a book on dream interpretation. With the kooky-crazy dreams I usually have, I think God is trying to guide me to dream interpretation so I can learn the meaning of my crazy dreams!