Well. . . It happened again.
Guys, every kid has that one thing that they carry through life.
It could be their mom’s wedding ring or a special camping trip memory with their dad. . .
Mine is more negative than that. . .
So, I have had nightmares since I was VERY little, and typically I just roll over and a new dream will start, but not last night.
I had a nightmare that had me in tears at SEVENTEEN! And yet, I can’t remember a single thing about it. 😣
I remember praying to God to take the nightmare from me, and I know it happened because my eyes feel swollen from the tears I had shed.
I don’t look down on people with their insecurities because I myself still have nightmares. . .
There’s this one movie that if I watch it to this DAY, I get the same nightmares I had as a kid.
You wanna know what it is?
Shark Boy and Lava Girl.
I don’t know why but that movie used to haunt my dreams as a kid with Mr. Electric tormenting me. Yuk!
Anyway, even though I have nightmares, I ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY LOVE to sleep!
You can ask anyone in my family and they’ll tell you that I can sleep anywhere at anytime.
It doesn’t matter if it’s in the car at noon, I can still sleep for a good two hours. . .
I think it is because I have nightmares, that I’m fascinated with Rise of the Guardians.
Apparently, it’s this movie where all these figments of kids’ imaginations (Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, the Sand Man, Jack Frost) come to life and protect the kids’ dreams from the Boogeyman.
I don’t know. . . It just always seemed to intrigue me as a kid.
Now, I know only God can help me get through my nasty dreams. . .
Anyway, I thought I’d share a little bit more about me!
Stay tuned for my next post. . .