Example: What might this weird dream mean?
Yesterday, I dreamt that I was on a cruise ship and I wanted to go ice skating, so I went back to my room to get my skates.
My Geography teacher (female) was in this room and she told me that I could not go ice skating as I had to convince my friend's godparents to go swimming.
Unable to decide, I stayed in my room and watched 2 full (made-up) episodes of The Simpsons.
When these ended, I decided to go to the ice rink with my family and watch the Zamboni go round while the man driving the Zamboni kept taking pictures of himself.
Throughout this dream, I saw girls I like and have liked in various places (e.g. about to go figure skating)
If it makes a difference, this dream was in colour. I have never had a dream in black and white.
So, could this dream mean anything or is it just some random nonsense?
How old are you?
Example: What does THIS dream mean? xD?
Okay so i had a dream that i was at school, in the cafeteria, eating lunch.
Then when i'm done, this cleaning woman asks if i want to ride on the
zamboni to clean the cafe up. So i did, and it starts flying up and down
and i fall off and land next to this guy i really really really really really like.
lets call him..."Tim" & i start laughing cause my friend slipped on a banana, and i can
feel tim staring at me. then this creepy asss guy (i know him too) walks up to tim
and says "SHES HARD TO GET"...then we all leave the lunch room and i fall on my face
and Tim is staring at my asss. he says " your underwear is ripped!" and picks me up.
Okay I know this is gonna sound really stupid, but I had a dream I was driving a zamboni eating ice cream. Ive had this dream for the past week? What does it mean? (no, I dont do drugs!)
Hockey is my life, I live it, I breath it, I play it, I dream it,
Thinking of Plan-B, what could be a second option in the area of hockey?
Let's be realistic everybody, I don't mean a Zamboni driver or the ticket guy or that useless guy that sits in the penalty box.
Example: Canada not viewed as a real country?
I've heard it but I don't understand, we are a member of G-8.
Why so many references (typically by Americans) to Canada not being a real country? Is it that our head of state is (symbolically only) the Queen of England? Is it that our population density is smaller?
Don't wanna be a Canadian idiot
Don't wanna be some beer swillin' hockey nut
And do I look like some frostbitten hose-head?
I never learned my alphabet from A to Zed
They all live on donuts and moose meat
And they leave the house without packin' heat
Never even bring their guns to the mall
And you know what else is too funny?
Their stupid Monopoly money
Can't take 'em seriously at all
Well maple syrup and snow's what they export
They treat curling just like it's a real sport
They think their silly accent is so cute
Can't understand a thing they're talkin' aboot
Sure they got their national health care
Cheaper meds, low crime rates and clean air
Then again well they got Celine Dion
Eat their weight in Kraft macaroni
And dream of drivin' a Zamboni
All over Saskatchewan
Don't wanna be a Canadian idiot
Won't figure out their temperature in Celsius
See the map, they're hoverin' right over us
Tell you the truth, it makes me kinda nervous
So I currently work full time for the city I live in (which includes really good benefits, and pays fairly decent- 28.47$/hour)
It is very difficult to get full time fast in the city. It took me 5 years. However there are some employees who have been there longer.. Due to testing I scored the highest so I was awarded the job.
While I was part time I attended university and did a degree in two years . I got a double degree in Law and in Political Science. My degree has nothing to do with my current career.
I feel that I can do much better than what I am doing now. To sum it up I do maintenance and I drive the Zamboni. As most people say- every kids dream.. Well I'm 25 and it was fun the first couple times...but after that its just a job.
My question is that I want to go back to school- do my LSAT (which is testing for law school) .. I would like to become a lawyer. But there's a 95% chance my employer would not give me the leave of absence to do so. (I would need to move out of town if I was accepted). Which means I would need to quit or I would have to work the job I am working now for the remainder of my life.
What do you suggest I do? Remain in the job that brings me approximately 60,000-70,000 a year (with overtime) or take a chance (if accepted to law school) and either take a leave of absence (if they approve) but if not quit.
Thank you !