Sunday, December 5, 2010

dream (interpretation: you [were] doing it wrong?)

I dreamt I was riding my bike down the street in a giant snowstorm. The streets were full of slushy, heavy snow -- 2 feet of the stuff -- and I could barely pedal. The effort was so great, the road so treacherous and slippery that I was disheartened. I kept falling down while laboring ahead. There was no other way to go but forward. There was no way out. There was a sense of urgency. I couldn't stop moving because I was in danger.

Then I got to the end of the street and faced an unusual intersection where cross streets splayed out in front of me like spokes on a wheel. I didn't know where to go. But there was no more snow. The hardest road was finally behind.


  1. I love this. It's crazy how our subconscious can guide and comfort us.

  2. Do you recall: did you feel out of danger once you'd reached the intersection?

  3. @geekhiker -- I remember feeling relaxed when I realized the difficult part was over. But I don't completely remember....