Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Nightmares Galore

So I am prone to nightmares, when I am stressed they seem to get worse and more frequent. This seems to greatly entertain my sister Coco, because in her whole life, she can only remember having 2 nightmares, and 1 of them involved our Dad in a fight with Dracula, the Mummy and possibly a werewolf.

My nightmares are very vivid and usually easy to figure out what they are about. However last night I had one of the most horrible and vivid dreams, it may sound so silly but I can't even think about it with out cringing and getting goose bumps every where.

If you are an expert, or just think you KNOW EVERYTHING (like me) tell me what your interpretation of my nightmare is.

I am looking at my lower legs and these hairs start to grow on them rapidly. Only they are not hairs, the are more like stems from a weed. Green and thick. I start plucking them one by one with my fingertips and they come out, leaving a pin hole in my leg each time. They keep growing back, bigger and thicker and each time I pull them out the holes that are left in my legs are larger and larger. When I pull them out it, it is like in slow motion, I see them slowly dragging through my skin. N-A-S-T-Y. It gets to a point in the dream where I can't pull them out anymore and my legs start to look like trees.

It made me think of Tree Man:


The HUBS does not think it is THAT BAD of a nightmare, my assistant (the black tongue girl) scrunches up her whole face when I talk about it and thinks it is the worst dream ever.

HELP?! Is this my usual craziness or have I gone of the deep end?


  1. OMG! I think it might be because they took the feeding tube out of my Mom's stomach and I saw the hole and she told how she could feel it being pulled OUT! AHHHHH

  2. Hmmmm.....I have no idea, my nightmares were always related to me being pregnant.

    The tree man might give me nightmares though

  3. I don't know about your dream but OMG what causes that kind of affliction?!

    The picture is more disturbing than your dream!!


  4. Wow, what the hell?!

    My nightmares are always related to the current book I'm reading. I've had nightmares corresponding to Michael Crichton (his books give me the worst nightmares!), Stephen King as well as Dean Koontz.
    Guess I have an overactive imagination! :)


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