March Dreams

*I am going to start posting the dreams I have. I will not use last names to protect the innocent…lol. As usual, if any of these dreams resonate with you…or they mean something…please email me or leave a comment. Thank you!!*

March 5th

I was in a room, like a laboratory. There were flies all over the place. They were dangerous and carrying diseases. We were trying to put the flies into little petri dishes. We had two flies in each covered dish, and there were six dishes in total.

March 7th

I was in an elevator and I could shape-shift and change form with my mind.

March 10th

I was in school. Amy was sitting next to me. We were taking a test. There were Nike shoes all over the place. with green and orange swishes. I think I was taking a test to win the shoes.

March 24th

I was in the old apartment in Rock Island. I kept trying to find the mail key, but I could not. I was getting letters from a younger man I was in love with. He was going to stop by the apartment.

March 27th

I was looking at the computer monitor and a message popped up, saying there was a very large earthquake in Tennessee.


26 cheerleaders rescued from jammed elevator

AUSTIN – Twenty-six teenage cheerleaders tried to cram themselves into an elevator at the University of Texas to see how many would fit, but then they got stuck and had to be rescued.

One girl was treated and released at a hospital and two others were treated at the scene after the Tuesday night prank, officials said.

The group of 14-to 17-year-olds were attending a cheerleading camp when they decided to stuff themselves into an elevator at Jester Residence Hall on the UT campus.

The elevator went down to the first floor but then the doors of the overloaded elevator wouldn’t open, officials said.

After a few panicked cellphone calls, police and firefighters were called to the scene and it took a repairman about 25 minutes to fix the door, police said.

UT officials didn’t find the prank funny.

“It’s dangerous, actually,” UT police spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said. “They’re lucky that that’s all that happened.”

*AHHHH, Texas…cheerleaders…nuff said.*