Originally Posted by ButterflyDream
Well part of my problem is that I confuse my dreams with reality or I should say my dreams affect me as if they actually happened. My DH can't understand how I can't just tell myself it as a dream and go forward...but they feel so real.....it's hard sometimes.
Ah. I understand. When that happens, which is still does sometimes, I usually can shake it off in a few hours. It's a tough feeling though, very unreal.
I do have a funny one that I think you'll appreciate!
I woke up, bolt upright in my bed (in Limerick of course) convinced that:
a) I was an officer in the US Navy
b) I was stationed at the Washington Naval Yard
c) That I was late for something important
d) That I was in deep trouble
When I realised that I was in my house in Limerick, I really freaked - how the heck had I got there, when I was supposed to be in Washington? Only then did it dawn on me that I wan't supposed to be in Washington, and it had all been a terribly vivid dream.