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Terrible Flood in My Neighborhood
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Dreamed there was a flood in my neighborhood. I kept going outside to look down the street at the rising water. Finally one time when I went out I saw a 2-story house topple over and wash away. I ran inside my house and told everyone "Hey, a 2 story house just washed away!". Based on the greenness of the foliage, I would say it was Spring to mid-Summer. Although some Summers we do get steady rain and there is no drought-related yellowing of the foliage.

Dreamed 5-9-2018

Kelley
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Oh jeeze, house washed away. Did you feel emotions in the dream or did you feel like you were simply reporting the facts of what you are seeing?
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In what area do you live?
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I felt the excited dread that comes with a situation like that- I've already lived through a couple of pretty bad hurricanes so I know what they are like and I associate flooding with hurricanes. But it wasn't overwhelming like some dreams where you wake up and still feel it.

Kelley

(05-09-2018, 08:07 AM)Cassandra Wrote: Oh jeeze, house washed away. Did you feel emotions in the dream or did you feel like you were simply reporting the facts of what you are seeing?

I live in Texas near enough to the Gulf Coast to be affected by hurricanes.

Kelley

(05-09-2018, 06:40 PM)Goldengirl Wrote: In what area do you live?
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Happy to hear it wasn't overwhelming and still feeling it. Find it interesting how many of us live near coast lines, including myself.
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And how many of that number who live near the Gulf have had water dreams, myself included. Although not for a while.
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There's terrible flooding going on right now in Nigeria.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-19818180 is just one story.

Kenya had an illegal dam burst, killing at least 40.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-44082423
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