Friday, October 7, 2011

exhausted

12 comments:

Malagutigrrl said...

WHOA! I LOVE PEARS NEW LOOK!

Chef E said...

I am sorry for the dreams. For years I had dreams about my mom being at the end of my childhood home hallway and I could not reach her. Sums up my relationship with her.

You may have too much going on at work, Especially with the holidays, or I suppose its on to Mother's Day already?

Nap, like I do! eh! even word verification is 'Restico'

FrankandMary said...

Maybe you're having just written about it will stop it..uhm, I'm trying here. Recycling emotional pain sucks. Hypnotist? ~Mary
oxox

Anonymous said...

I hope it works out like Mary said. Write it out. I remember my mother telling us kids that we'd have nightmares if we ate certain foods at night. No more sausage before bed;-) Cin

Big Mark 243 said...

Hmm... gonna suppress the urge to go all Carl Jung here... hope you can find your rest...

You don't smoke or drink/eat anything with a lot of caffeine late do you? Maybe you and Lumpy and the puppy can go for a half hour walk in the evening while it is still temperate and you set your bio-clock and you may go to sleep easier... jus' suggestin'...

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

My life long recurring dream is about flying. I have not had it for a while, so hope that continues (rapping my knuckles against my head).

Rob said...

Man, you is one tired-out looking pear!
And I can't even begin to try to unravel what that dream means, that imagery must be too personal.

Lea Ann said...

Now I'm afraid to go to a corn maze.

Debra said...

dude, i feel ya. i really really do.

D said...

Heeeeeeeeeeeey you... I live my life in that maze...

Hope all is well stranger!!

Chris said...

If you have Netflix, check out NOVA's episode on dreams. It might help a little in at least understanding what's going on.

Vickie said...

Ugh, I hate exhausting dreams and how wrung out it makes you feel the next day. Mine always involve looking for something I've lost.