View Single Post
Old 31-10-2018, 10:54 PM   #4
don coyote
Senior Member
Join Date: Dec 2009
Posts: 749
Likes: 29 (25 Posts)

I haven't had "Flying" dreams in a very long time. I used to have them as a child, but I never seemed to get the hang of flight. I would find myself flying, never actually leaving the ground, rather,... my dream would begin with me already in flight. THEN, like Wyle E. Coyote.... I would discover that I was not meant to fly and I would tumble back to Earth. (Never hit the ground, though). Well actually.... I think I had a "Flying" dream a few years ago and I DID hit the ground. My dream ended after the first bounce. Isn't it an Urban Legend that if you hit the ground, you actually die? (I think I sneezed in my sleep and the event played out in my dream as me hitting the ground).

Anyway, I always would fall in my dreams. Yet I have ALWAYS been a very confident individual. Well..... in my ADULT life, anyway. I play guitar, banjo (kinda), scuba dive, ride a unicycle, rebuild and collect antique snowmobiles, went skydiving once (need to do that again), been married to the same woman for 28 years (married my prom date), I built an addition on my house by myself (three rooms), I've been the subject of a History Channel television show and appeared (full screen shot) in a "Indie" film. And to top it all off... I make 64k on a High School education. I am projected to have 500K in my 401k by the time I'm 67. My tombstone should read... "It was awesome being me". (If I were to HAVE a tombstone..... don't want that).

Confidence is a good thing..... as long as you remain objective and humble.
It’s easy to be intelligent and wise. Just think of something stupid to say and then don’t say it.
don coyote is offline   Reply With Quote