Friday, April 30, 2010

Say What You Need To Say

Dreamed I was at a party where the people who were there used to be my most trusted friends, but now they didn't really want me around. They were incredibly rude and uncaring, wouldn't speak to me and kept ditching me, and yet wouldn't let me leave.

I wandered into a livingroom, where one of their husbands lay sprawled on the couch. He said to me "I'd leave if I could. I envy you." I smiled at him, and left out a bathroom window. I was free! I got in the car and drove to a thrift store, and there were people there that I'm aquainted with but never really hung out with. They were engaging and kind and appreciated me. It was good to laugh with them. It was good to laugh.

I bought some jeans, and was going to go dancing.
I bought some princess toys for my daughters and couldn't wait to see their faces and play with them.


I woke and the dream left me feeling like I need to just move on from the real life silliness. I've had so many friends who'd like to hang out with me ask if I would lately. I'm taking them all up on the offer.

1 comment:

Yandie, Goddess of Pickles. said...

As much as I love having a close-knit group of friends, it's often a refreshing change to spend time with people that you like and respect, but don't often get to hang out with, and step out of your comfort zone.

It can often result in new experiences, new ideas and the meeting of MORE great people to like and respect.

That being said, I think this summer we should definitely try to get all our ladies together for an afternoon or something.