but I do have a few that I dream more often. One is that I'm with friends or family, always a group. And lightning strikes really close by. And then I wake up. The other is that I am with a group of people and I keep falling asleep. And when I wake up, I'm all alone. That one always wakes me up scared and I have to switch on the light to make sure I'm in my own home.
The other day I had a fun dream. I was in NZ because I won a competition and was having dinner with a group of the actors of The Hobbit. It was really fun hanging around with them, lots of laughter.
There's really no one way to describe my dreams;
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they come in a variety, and always the most enjoyable when I can remember them. A new spin that's happened to me as of late is that I wake up having forgotten, but as the day progresses the dream inches back into my mind. This has happened before, but it seems more consistent over the past while - lots of fun when the memories come flooding back.
On another note, a while back I had what I would conceive as my first "lucid dream". I had a couple when I was young, but this one really stood out, and going into detail about it is far too complex and bizarre, though it would make a great movie. Point is, lucid dreams are the best experiences.