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Guess who I met in my dream...

I know this is my 3rd post this week on my dreams but that is reality when pregnant.  :)  You get to have some of the most vivid dreams.  Thankfully this week I have been able to enjoy each of the dreams I have.

So last night I was able to have a vivid dream between the 4 bathroom trips I made!  LOL!!!

Many of you know I am a big Packer fan!  Well in my dream I was watching the Packers, but they were not playing football.  With it being the off season and all they were playing basketball.  :)  I do not watch pro basketball but I watch some March Madness and I love to play basketball.  So anyways the Packers were playing basketball.  I watched the entire game and loved it.  Then at the end of the the game we were all sitting and talking about the game when Greg Jennings came and talked to me.  I was able to get a good picture of him.   Soon after him came Aaron Rodgers!  I thought it was neat meeting them.  The dream got a bit strange when Greg Jennings asked to see my phone then got distracted and walked off with it.  He was taking more pictures on my phone but then I lost him and my phone.  We had to leave and I left without my phone but guess who showed up to return my phone... GREG JENNINGS!  Kinda neat... I asked him to come to my church and he accepted!  :) Would have been neat to keep dreaming and see him come to church with me but I had to get up and go to the bathroom again...

I would love to hear any of your pregnancy dreams!  :)


You're a silly girl. I had dreams of the baby never coming out and I just kept getting bigger and bigger....maybe gaining nearly 70lbs while preggo is the dirty trick to having those ugly dreams!
{tara} from Undeserving Grace

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