Prompt from Tale Weaver – I dream a dream

I will have to say my dreams are a little out there, sometimes I think it is to tell me about the future, but without being able to tell me the whole story. Why do I think this? Because more often than not, something very similar happens.

The good, bad, and indifferent, and there’s nothing much I can do to change them. I keep having dreams about winning the lottery numbers – don’t we all. I keep repeating the numbers in my dream, but when I wake up, all but one number disappears. I take this to mean I probably won’t win.

The other night I dreamt about my mum. She was sitting on a sofa, and got up to hug me. It felt comforting to have her there. Sometimes I wake up and think, where on earth did that dream come from? I dreamt of several hurricanes in a city with tower blocks, only to watch The Fantastic Four on TV.

Whatever my dreams are, at least I am sleeping, even if I’m slightly confused when I wake up.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

7 thoughts on “Prompt from Tale Weaver – I dream a dream

      1. I just found where I worked it out: 1:22,5oo,000. That doesn’t seem unreasonable, because people do win from time to time.

        I experimented once, played the same 6 numbers every week for a year. Never even won £10. And that combination of numbers had never come up before. No idea whether they came up since, I lost interest.

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