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  1. I dream vividly, in color, all of the time. Many of my dreams are so realistic…they are like being in an action-adventure movie. They have plots and everything. I also have recurring dreams about certain places or events. For example, when I’m very stressed out, I always dream about tornadoes…or escaping them, I should say. I have a phobia about twisters and am terrified of them.

    This is a very interesting topic…I could go on and on about it. You think of the coolest things to blog about! 🙂

  2. I think I dream in color…I actually have many dreams of things that are going to happen (usually to others I know). That’s part of my prophetic gift. And I don’t mean this in a weird kind of way. Sometime the dreams are very detailed and I can remember it well. Other times I can only remember parts of it. Happy Thanksgiving, we’ll be visiting family

  3. Hubby and I were just having this discussion. I have no idea if I dream in color or B&W and I guess at my age, I should know.

    In any case, Happy Thanksgiving to you!!

  4. I dream in color. I still have night terrors and not-so- nice dreams on a regular basis. I have recurring themes too. I am able to pull myself out of a bad dream and wake up thank goodness. I have a tendency to go back into the dream, so I get up and read blogs late at night to see creative and beautiful things. Guess I might be more stressed than I realize, hahaha–I have decided not to dwell on them and appreciate any nights where I have good dreams. Funny, but I rarely dream about people I know. Interesting topic..

  5. I don’t dream much anymore but I do have premonitions regularly. They are usually of a warning nature but sometimes just an answer to my prayer. Recently before the election results, I knew the President would be re-elected, because he had to finish what he started i.e. reforms in banking, Wall Street, and Immigration just to name a few. I do have very sad premonitions too…I saw my mothers death coming from a heart attack 6 months before she passed and my daughter-in-laws death from a car accident also six months later. I also saw the war in Iraq coming also 6 months before we actually went to war. Sometimes they can be worrisome but for the most part I’ve learned to accept them and be grateful for the advanced warning.

  6. Sometimes I dream in color..althought I dont always remember dreams..I wish that I did. =)

    Im sory to hear about the book club, though I will continue to follow the books that you are reading.
    Im a big fan of Debbie Macomber and I read The Inn at Rose Harbor , I really enjoyed it.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  7. I used to have nightmares when I used to watch horror movies, so I stopped watching them. I try to read the Bible and pray before bedtime now and that helps with my dreams. My nightmares now are of my husband forgetting to pick me up from someplace. I hate hose dreams! That happened to me a few times growing up so I’ll get those awful feelings of abandonment when I have those dreams. I don’t know why they have been manifested onto my husband, he has never done anything like that! LOL

  8. I am so sorry about the book club!! I did buy the recent book The Inn at Rose Harbor and I’m reading it. It is just slow going since I have so many side projects going on at the moment! ah well, I’m enjoying the book 🙂

  9. I don’t dream nearly as much as I did when I was young, Katie. When I was a boy most of my dreams tended to be nightmares. Nowadays most are good. The problem is they are very brief in duration, only fragments of scenarios that make little or no sense. I wish I knew how to keep some of them going longer! (LOL) I’m not even sure whether I dream in color or B&W. It’s a fascinating subject, isn’t it?

  10. I used to dream in color and frequently had precognitive dreams. It’s very rare that I can remember even a small snippet of them now. I miss them.

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