#50 “I couldn’t make out his face”

It was my wedding day. I stood in my beautiful wedding gown, outside the church. Myself, my maid of honor, bridesmaids, everyone. We stood doing pictures. I was soon joined by the groom and his group. I looked upon his face but the only thing I could make out was his eyes. I couldn’t make out his face, like it was too out of focus, but I knew I loved this man and he loved me. Next thing I know, I’m at a friend’s house, we were drinking coffee. It was a month or so after I was married. We were talking and she asked how I and my husband were doing. When she would say his name however, it was like someone had put her voice on mute. I couldn’t hear his name. I asked her to repeat herself and it happened again. Later, I was talking to my mom on the phone and the same thing happened.

I honestly to this day, cannot figure out how this dream came to me, nor what it really means.


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