Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Dream a Little Dream


I dream just about every night


Most are pleasant


Some are thought provoking


Some are scary


They say if you dream of someone you no longer see, it means they are missing you


We were all our parents' dreams at one time


All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them.       -  Walt Disney


Don't follow your dreams, chase them.   - Richard Dumb (I kid you not this is his name)


Don't let dreams always be dreams.

Here is a site that gives meaning to dreams.  I refer to it time and again.  It is a great resource 



Joining Natasha at 5 Minutes Just for Me for Singing and Pinning on the Weekend, and of course, the very delightful Jenny Matlock for Alphabe-Thursday's Letter D.   

Thanks to Doris Day, and  I am done.

"Don't marry the man of your dreams. Marry the man who can buy all of your dreams."
                                                                                                           - found on Twitter

xo

All photos on Pinterest

37 comments:

  1. Grazie di questa dolce canzone!I miei sogni notturni hanno sempre qualche collegamento con la realtà!Baci,Rosetta

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  2. Interesting Barbara. I go through phases of not remembering my dreams to having vivid ones that seem meaningful. It is nice to have someplace to research their meaning - thank you! Hope you have nothing but happy dreams this week :)
    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  3. Hi Barbara,

    I love this post. Your posts are always unique, interesting, and thought provoking. You're right about us once being our parents' dreams. Makes me kind of sad because my parents are getting frailer these days; and I always thought of them, somehow, as indestructible. Our son is our dream, as well. Thanks for sharing this.

    XO,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  4. I enjoyed reading your post this morning. I really use to love Doris Day. She was the Meg Ryan of her day. I hope you have a wonderful weekend chock full of sweet dreams. Blessings...Mary

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  5. This post was just for me; really enjoyed it; especially Doris Day and those golden days. Thank you Barbara; that was fun.
    Rita

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  6. This is the coolest post. I love it Barbara! I dream in vivid color and I think some of them could be made into movies. LOL! :)

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  7. LOL! Love the closing quote! I dream often -- I don't always remember the content, though. I dream weird things. But my daughter dreams the weirdest dreams of anyone I know! And she, Todd and my son all fly in their dreams. I've never flown. I'm too pinned to the ground, I guess!! :)

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  8. I dream about ex-boyfriends sometimes...
    Lorraine

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  9. I just heard yesterday that Doris Day has come out of seclusion to release a new album.

    I dream often, but don't really remember what I dreamed about unless I talk about it when I first wake up.

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  10. I don't typically have dreams or if I do, I don't remember them.

    I so love Doris Day...

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  11. I just happened to have some very cool last night! This is a special D post, love the Doris Day selection and your photos are just like right out of a person's dreams...this is just dreamy but of course! Thanks!

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  12. Very timely with "we were all our parents' dreams at one time". Thanks:@)

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  13. Especially interesting to me as I have been remembering my dreams this week. I don't always. :)

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  14. I just love your DREAM post - what a great idea! I dream alot also, and I always want to know about my dreams. Thanks for the link on that. The "Future" quote is wonderful. I bet you'd like the song "Dream a Little Dream of Me" by the Mamas and Papas.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  15. Great post Barbara! That is my go to site to look up the meaning of my dreams. I find dreams so fascinating.
    Happy dreams.

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  16. Most of my dreams, I don't remember. But over the weekend, I had a dream that one of my co-workers retired. I was a basket case when I woke up!! Thankfully, it was only a dream :-)
    This is a great post that I will come back to over and over.

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  17. I rarely remember my sleeping dreams and my daytime ones are out of reach:)

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  18. What a "dream" provoking post! I enjoyed all your imagery, and thoughts about your dreams. I do find them quite fascinating!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  19. I go long periods without remembering my dreams and then I have some that are so vivid! I'll have to check out that link about dreams. I loved Doris Day, I wish she wouldn't have retired and would have continued on in the movies for longer! What a talented lady!

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  20. Oh mine are just bizarre lately and such incredible detail. Don't ask me what they mean, but I do love to dream in real life.

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  21. My dreams have picked up lately and some quite bazaar. I dream often and they go across the board in what kinds they are.

    Great post!

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  22. Dearest Barbara
    Oh, I dream every night but sometimes feel pity that I forget most of them in the morning p;)
    I loved the quote of "Walt Disney"

    Blessing to you, xoxo Miyako*

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  23. Dreams are so interesting! I just marked that sight to do some reading!

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  24. Love this dreamy post! So thought-provoking.

    And thanks too for stopping by.

    Have a great weekend & look forward to *seeing* you again soon.

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  25. What an interesting D post, I dream several times every night and really wish I didn't!

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  26. This is as wonderful post. So much to think about when it comes to dreams. Sometimes I have fun, wonderful dreams and other times almost nightmare or just weird ones! I have read that some medications cause strange dreams. Maybe that's my problem! Thanks for the great images and link, and for dear Doris!

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  27. Babs, Great post. Love Doris Day. Dream On, Hugs, Ginger

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  28. It think your post is just dreamy!

    ;)

    PS. Love the pics you chose, too.

    My post today: Divine Nature

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  29. I just listened to the Doris Day's version of Dream A Little Dream. OH, HOW I LOVE THAT SONG! Thank you...it made my day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  30. I enjoyed your post about dreams. I rarely remember dreams and feel like I'm missing out on something.

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  31. I must share this post with my youngest daughter. We enjoy discussing dreams and their possible meanings - even went to a dream museum in New England on one of our trips! (Actually, I found it a little spooky!)

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  32. When I was a child I dreamed terrible, full color terrifying dreams. Now I hardly dream at all (thank goodness). I had a dream once that left me feeling so peaceful that during an extremely stressful time I could close my eyes and think of it and actually get a sense of peace. Strangely enough, I woke up one day and couldn't remember the dream any more. I had used up it's magic. But I never did need it again, really. It did what it needed to do at the right time. Strange, but true.

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  33. "Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you!"
    totally fun post!

    listening to Doris....

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  34. Wow.

    What a deliciously delightful link to the letter "D".

    Love the quotes, love the pictues, love the music...

    This really made me smile!

    Thank you for always being so wonderful to visit!

    A+

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