Thursday, June 7, 2012

Nightmares, Night Mares, and Desires

I haven’t blogged since Monday! What the heck!

Good explanation... NIGHTMARES + WRITING = more NIGHTMARES!

Since I’ve signed up for that stupid awesome zombie 5k, I have had nothing but absurd dreams. First it was me falling and hurting myself. Then it was the stunt zombies turning into real zombies. Follow by just plain mass hysteria and getting attempted ankle chops. Uuuggghhh!

Lately my dreams have turned into just weird but writable. It went for NIGHTMARES to NIGHT MARES. These damned demon horses! They are dangerous – of course! But there is something so profound and beautiful.

To see a horse in your dream symbolizes strength, power, endurance, virility and sexual prowess. It also represents a strong, physical energy. You need to tame the wild forces within. The dream may also be a pun that you are "horsing around". Alternatively, to see a horse in your dream indicates that you need to be less arrogant and "get off your high horse". If the horse has two heads (one on each end), then it implies that you are being pulled into two different directions. Perhaps your strength or power is being divided. Or you are confused about some sexual matter. 
To see a black or dark horse in your dream signifies mystery, wildness, and the unknown. You are taking a chance or a gamble at some unknown situation. It may even refer to occult forces. If the horse is white, then it signifies purity, prosperity and good fortunes. To dream that you are being chased by a white horse, may be a pun on chaste. Perhaps you are having difficulties dealing with issues of intimacy and sexuality. 
To see a dead horse in your dream indicates that something in your life that initially offered you strength is now gone. This may refer to a relationship or situation. Consider the phrase "beating a dead horse" to indicate that you may have maximized the usefulness of a certain circumstance. 
To see a herd of wild horses in your dream signifies a sense of freedom and lack of responsibilities and duties. Perhaps it may also indicate your uncontrolled emotions. If you are riding a wild horse, then it represents unrestrained sexual desires. 
To dream that you are riding a horse suggests that you are in a high position or position of power. Alternatively, it indicates that you will achieve success through underhanded means. You lack integrity. If you are riding a horse that is out of control, then it means that you are being carried away by your passions.
To see an armored or medieval horse in your dream refers to your fierceness, aggression, power and/or rigidity. You may be too confrontational. Alternatively, you may be trying to protect yourself from unconscious material or sexual desires that are emerging. 
To dream that you are bathing a horse represents a renewal of strength and vigor. You are experiencing a burst of energy in some aspect of your life.
Okay… So from the highlighted parts above I am experiencing mystery, wildness, and the unknown. à Duh! I’m going to be chased by zombie wannabe’s.
I feel freedom from doing the race but at the same time I’m experiencing a sexual desire. à Hmmmm, the last part is a common feeling.
Confrontational à Of course! Zombies don’t go away by shooting them dirty looks. And again with sexual desires!
So while you – my lovely followers and blogging community – are wondering why I’m not blogging as much lately – it’s because I’m preparing for my stupid awesome 5k, writing about my uncalming but wonderful dreams, and apparently trying to get into my husband’s pants.
What has been keeping you up lately?!


  1. I can see why you don't have as much time to blog ;) haha

    I'm a good sleeper, so there's really nothing that keeps me up.

    Though... I slid into second base on Sunday and scraped my whole right leg up. Like the idiot I am I didn't wrap it Sunday night and the wound stuck to my sheet so when I woke up I had to rip the sheet off my leg. That kinda kept me up until the sun rose... haha

    1. Oh! My! Word! That sounds so painful! I hope your leg is healing ok.

      Being a light sleeper, I always sleep like crap.

  2. LOL Too funny!

    By the time I get to bed at night for my usual three or four hours of sleep, I just pass out. No dreams for me (at least not usually. Or maybe I'm just not remembering them. And how would I even know that? I'm so confused...) ;)

    Those are some crazy dreams! Good luck with your training, your writing, and your *ahem* other activities!

    1. That's all the sleep you get. Oh man I wouldn't be able to function. I need my sleep. Maybe that's why you're so confused. lol

      Thanks... with all the luck!

  3. LMAO. You crack me up with J's pants part.

  4. Ha! You are so funny. :) Hope the nightmares, and night mares, stop soon!

    1. Me too! But probably won't since my race isn't until June 23rd. Two weeks away... ahhhhhhh... panic, panic.

  5. Hmm. Demon horses is better than zombie horses, I guess, but not very sexy. Sarah Ahiers just did one of those zombie run things, said it was awesome.

    1. True Matt. I wouldn't want to go up against a zombie horse. Oh yeah, Sarah lives in Minnesota and they just had their zombie 5k June 2nd. I should hit her up and see if she has any tips! Thanks for reminding me.

  6. I once heard somewhere that dreaming of melting ice cream signifies obstacles in your life going away. That struck me as hilarious.

    Good luck with the 5k!


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