This article is part of the meta-post Dreams defined or how New Orleans will be put under the microscope. This article covers the second part in the series Synchronicity of Dreams. The first part is located here.
One thing that I wanted to examine is how the absence of a loved one migrates the person from your life into your dreams. Since my wife has been in BC for the last few weeks visiting her parents and preparing our move there, I have found that I have been dreaming about her every few days.
It is funny how she has marked me. And it is funny too that in my dreams, I am married to her as well, when I see her. I guess this kind of shows a longing of my heart for my wife. It is good that I will see her again in a few weeks.
I think the passage of my wife into my dreams was pretty immediate. I honestly don’t remember the times before that I dreamt about her. It was probably either a few months ago.
I have also been dreaming about friends long gone from high school. This has been making me think about how friendships mutate over the years. I remember Karina and David, some high school sweethearts and wonder what has become of them. I see David walking down a path next to a supermarket. I was shopping there and finding it somewhat hard to find things. I was making my way to my car when I saw him.
I am somewhere in the north, probably Sept-Iles again. I am seeing old clients of mine that I met there. A father and his sons are eating nearby. We are meeting in the only fine restaurant in the city and we are having an almost banquet with a lot of people. Somebody had reserved a place for us before, but it’s still tight. It is quite cold and we are having some sort of onion soup. We try to escape from there and manage to run through the tents that are all around us. From one tent to the other, we make it out.
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It is also part of the meta-post Dreams defined or how New Orleans will be put under the microscope.