“I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all the time.” – Calvin & Hobbes

I miss you so, so much, My Angel.  I hope I see you in my dreams tonight.

4 thoughts on “Dreams

  1. It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, but I still keep up with your blog. My mom passed away just a couple of months after Maggie. After she passed away, I dreamed about her EVERY SINGLE NIGHT for almost 2 montha. I still dream about her pretty often – and my dad, who passed away in 1995 – and most of the time, I love it. It IS like they’re still with us. The only dreams I hate are the ones where she’s sick (from the cancer) and, even in my dreams, I can feel the helplessness that I felt when she was battling her cancer. Take care.

  2. My dad passed away from cancer a long while ago, and strangely I don’t remember having any dreams where he was sick. He was always well and we were having a good visit. Dreams are wonderful for healing. Its my chance to talk to him over and over again.

  3. Dreams – very interesting. I don’t have that many of my beloved Gay –I think that I had three. The first was a few days after she passed away last May. It was awful because in my dream, she was very much alive. When I awoke, it was the sudden loss just being recreated once again. I had another peculiar one where I was telling her that I had a dream about her and that she had died – another one where you wake up in a cold sweat. Haven’t had one in quite a while – don’t know why. If they come, I’ll just have to deal with them. It’s been a year and four months – I can tell that it is getting better. This is the first time that I have passed the 21st day of the month without being focused on the day – I guess time does help heal.

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