When Dreams Come True

When I meet like-minded strangers to give them a sense of my general quirkiness {okay, okay, weirdness}, I often reveal a few bizarre tidbits about myself.

One, I have self-diagnosed my case of ‘singing tourettes’. {Meaning I often can not contain myself belting out lyrics.} Two, I have a rare and special gift for dramatic interpretation of song. {It is best explained by seeing this talent in action.} And three, for years I believed that my sister and I snow skied with Rob and Chad Lowe. {I know. I know. It would have been really cool if it had actually happened.}

But after years of intellectual debating with my sister who insists that this ‘memory’ was just a figment of my imagination or a way too vivid dream. I finally came to terms with the fact that I had never hit the slopes with the Lowe boys.

That is, until yesterday, when as I waited in line for my coffee in Tahoe, I came face to face with none other than Chad Lowe.

So now, I’m wondering if dreams really do come true OR if I can see the future.

Either way, life is looking up!

Have you ever had a bizarre dream come true experience? 


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Lindsey has a sincere love for her precious dogs Molly and Maisy, a good red wine and the Delta Sky Club.

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  • StephLChurch

    That is a remarkably creative belief (the skiing with the Lowes), Lindsey, and I’m sorry that wasn’t the situation you found yourself in!  But how cool that you ran into CL yesterday. Can’t say that I’ve had such a bizarre dream come true experience. 🙂 Although I’m looking forward to one coming true at some point.

    p.s. I saw St. Elmo’s Fire for the first time a couple weeks ago. Oh, the hair/earrings/clothes/decorating/expressions!

    • lindseyrnobles

      That’s one of my favorite movies. I love the parents that whisper all the words that are too ghastly to say aloud. “cancer…”

  • Yes, I’ve had “bizaare dreams come true” several times in my life. The dreams are usually 30 seconds of ordinary life that are very unusual e.g. spilling juice all over the table in the middle of a meeting just as someone says these exact bizaare, out of context words.

    For me these dreams usually come true just before something significant happens in my life. The dreams can come just before or years ahead but they are very vivid and remain with me. When they come true it feels like deja vu.