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Old 10-01-2007, 12:41 PM
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I have dreams of cruising all the time, but I must say none that vivid or fun. Most of mine are just about being on the ship or snorkeling. I must say that was a great dream.
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Old 10-01-2007, 01:52 PM
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Well now I feel like I am missing out on something. I can't recall ever having a cruise ship dream. Now watch after saying that I will end up having one tonight about Bruce Willis being caught in a storm on a cruise ship with Sonny ice skating out to the ship to rescue everyone! (Except Frase who is left behind.)
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I am usually quite good at remembering dreams - it can be a curse too - but I've never had a dream that I remember while on a cruise. Perhaps this is attributable to being totally relaxed? Or perhaps from the evening's cocktails and the dinner wine? <hic>
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I dream about GOING on my next cruise...packing, eating, even ordering from the menu seems so real (love that French Toast with bacon)...my wife says I am totally addicted to cruising since I dream about it nearly every week...oh well...what fun it is! I did dream that Helle Berry was there in her catwoman suite! WOOHOO!
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Old 10-04-2007, 11:32 PM
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LOL! Good one, Jim C.

At least in that dream I will be safe on shore
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Old 10-04-2007, 11:46 PM
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I had another one last night. It started off with the ship spinning around and around at a frantic pace...said a prayer and thought I was going to die (my typical cruise dream). Then--went to my "room" and realized that I was staying in a large dormitory with approximately 15-20 bunks. The "dining room" consisted of rows upon rows of picnic tables. The buffet line looked strikingly familiar to my own kitchen counter. Oh, and I had to clean up the kitchen after dinner while everyone went to the show. Tom Cruise made an appearance in this dream. He was cranky and sleepy and crawled into his bunk after dinner at 9:30. I'm not a fan of Tom Cruise in real life and I wasn't in this dream, either... he was annoying me. I could go on and on (don't ask me how I remember this nonsense), but I'll spare y'all.

Interestingly, my fiance also had a cruise dream last night--his first ever. There were several elements that the dreams had in common... creepy. Tom Cruise didn't show up in his, though.

Okay, I'm done. Thanks for humoring me. I need to get on that ship already before I completely lose my mind!
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Frase and jillianallison,

I will prolly dream all this now.

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Old 10-28-2007, 06:52 PM
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Then--went to my "room" and realized that I was staying in a large dormitory with approximately 15-20 bunks. The "dining room" consisted of rows upon rows of picnic tables. The buffet line looked strikingly familiar to my own kitchen counter. Oh, and I had to clean up the kitchen after dinner while everyone went to the show. Tom Cruise made an appearance in this dream. He was cranky and sleepy and crawled into his bunk after dinner at 9:30. I'm not a fan of Tom Cruise in real life and I wasn't in this dream, either... he was annoying me. I could go on and on (don't ask me how I remember this nonsense), but I'll spare y'all.


Maybe Jillian has just dreamt-up a new form of cruising anyone can afford. There are luxury cruiselines like SilverSeas and Yachts of Seabourne. And at the opposite end could be "Ultra-Low-Budget" cruiselines as seen in Jillian's dream . Although, why a wealthy celebrity, like Tom Cruise, would be onboard would make no sense. Unless, there was a serious misktake made by his travel agent. Maybe that is why he was cranky and went to bed early??
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Old 10-29-2007, 01:17 AM
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My Cruise ticker just turned invisible at the bottom of the post. So I got this new one from Cruise Clocks.
 
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