Is anyone good at dream interpretation?
So over the past 2 months, I've had 3 dreams that he and I are getting married, but we're already married. There's nothing particular that happens in the dreams. All three have been the same except for the venue has changed. But the basis of the dream is that we're at the alter and exchange vows, we party w/ friends, and then we get into the car and leave. And then I wake up. Isn't that strange? What could it mean? Typically, I don't give my dreams too much thought, but it's been a recurring dream.
To provide a little bit of our back story. . . We've been married 5 years, and together 12 years in total. He proposed on our 6th anniversary and we were engaged a year before tying the knot. He's my best friend which is a little strange to me because I never believed in best friends before now. We had a wonderful wedding. The only thing I didn't like was that the day was over so fast! We don't have any children yet, but these past five years have been busy and filled w/ home improvement projects, traveling, etc. So it's been quite exciting. Our second year of marriage was a bit difficult because I lost my mom suddenly and it really rocked me to the core, but we bounced back. Besides that, our life together has been pretty stress free.
Any thoughts or feedback on these strange dreams is appreciated.
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