The Dream Hotline Begins!

Christie Chisholm
2 min read
I dreamt the other night that I was in a forest with The Beatles--we could fly. Then there were bunkbeds and dachshunds. Very strange.
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I used to keep a dream journal. I was part of a dream group. Mind you, I was only 10. But it was a very serious affair. Once a week, we’d all get together after class on campus to talk about what strange nighttime fantasies we’d had over the last few days. We’d discuss, analyze, do our best to figure out what they all meant. It only lasted for a few months before it lost steam. Still, I’ve always had a soft spot for dream interpretation—something about it just makes me feel all squishy.

That’s why I’m psyched about the National Dream Hotline—a 54-hour dream interpretation marathon with experts from the School of Metaphysics. Once a year, for 18 years, they’ve been putting on this telecommunications shindig, interpreting people’s dreams from all over the country for free.

The hotline begins tonight at 5 p.m. MST and will go until 11 p.m. this Sunday, April 30. If you want to have your dream interpreted, call (417) 345-8411. The call is free, but you will have to pay long distance charges as you normally would. Most cell phone plans don’t charge for long distance—so if you have one, I recommend using it. You should also check out the National Dream Hotline website. Sweet dreams.
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