Friday, December 23, 2011

Mall Spa

Hi,

I had a peculiar dream last night that I am hoping you can help me to interpret. Here it goes:

I was on this class trip with all the people from my school, we went to this giant resort thing, the middle of it was a shopping mall, and in it they had regular stores and all, but there was also a Sea World, Big restaurants, Hotels, and water parks. After looking around a bit, my friend and I decided to go swimming. We were sitting on this rope against the wall in the pool, just relaxing, when I noticed the guy I like was on one of those floating chair rafts in the pool. Then my friend took the rope that was attached to the chair and looped it around my foot, in the dream I had my eyes closed, just relaxing in the sun, but I still saw what she did but didn't say anything. When the raft with the guy started floating away, it pulled me right off the rope, we both were like "Hey! What are you doing?"to my friend. Then she took me aside and said "Hey, I don't know why your afraid to make the first move on the guy in front of me", she then said he had 3 really good characteristics, and I asked her what they were,

She said "1. He's funny, 2. He has class, and 3. he likes Burger King or McDonald's" (or something like this, I don't really remember, I'm assuming it ws supposed to be something we had in common). She also said he wasn't that bad looking either. Then I agreed with her, saying that everything was true. At this point I woke up.

Thanks so much,

June

Good morning, June.

Your dream setting sounds like an ideal place for such a trip. So here you are in an ideal location, with your ideal guy nearby, and you need someone else to point out the obvious to you.

Your friend in the dream is carrying the message from your subconscious as directly as any I've ever heard. If you're interested in this guy, talk to him and try to spend some time getting to know him. Lots of people still in school are afraid to be the one to make the first move, because they're afraid of rejection. But, as the saying goes, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Risk of rejection is the price to be paid for the reward of acceptance.

Pleasant dreams,

Peregrin

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