You may laugh or call me old, but something is coming.  The last few days I’ve felt like an old lady with a pain in her knee signaling an approaching rain storm.  It’s in the air, in my stomach, in my bones and in my brain, but I have no clue what “it” is.  Last night for the first time ever I had a dream about leaping frogs.  Hundreds and hundreds of shiny, green frogs leaping in the air and me riding their backs to some unknown destination.  Normally I don’t read much into my dreams, but with the way I’ve been feeling lately I had to go and do a quick Google search and what I found has me even more confused, but still provides an “aha” feeling.

According to DreamMoods.com:

To see a frog in your dream, represents a potential for change or the unexpected. The frog may be a prince in disguise and thus, signify transformation, renewal or rebirth. Alternatively, the frog symbolizes uncleanness or fertility.

To see frogs leaping in your dream, indicate your lack of commitment.  You have a tendency to jump from one thing to another. Alternatively, it may suggest that you are taking major steps toward some goal. It parallels your progress.

After reading this I’m leaning more towards change coming.  Can I run around like a chicken with my head cut off from one project to another? Sure can, actually had a psychic tell me just that back in December.  However this feeling I’m getting isn’t a “Danielle sit your ADD having ass still and focus!” feeling, it’s nervousness, uncertainty, hopefulness, confusion…the works!  I just feel like something is coming.  Good or bad?  I have no idea, but whatever it is has me on edge, tossing and turning in my sleep and whatever it is, it is very close!  For me to be dreaming of hundreds of leaping frogs for the first time in my life and then read that it can be a sign of major progress towards a goal, transformation or rebirth is more than eerie.  Could it be a new career opportunity?  Could I be close to meeting the love of my life?  Moving?  Or could I be two seconds from getting fired and going broke?  I wish I knew because the uneasiness is driving me crazy!  As if dreaming of frogs wasn’t enough, while I was out on my lunch break a bird decided to poop on me, something else I don’t think has ever happened to me.  Everyone I asked said it was a sign of good luck and Lord knows you can never have enough luck on your side, but frogs and bird poop…what does it all mean?

I’m a true earth sign.  I thrive in stability.  Change, while necessary, always throws me for a loop just a little bit.  It’s a necessary evil that I love to hate.  I just hope whatever this change is that’s heading my way is something positive.  I hope that these signs push me towards something that helps me grow and thrusts me out of my comfort zone.  Until the surprise is revealed I’m just going to hold fast to the belief that whatever is for me, will be for me and just walk in faith with that.  Is that the right decision, who knows, I’ll just wait for a sign.

Do you believe in signs?

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  • shug avery

    yes, my grandmother was the type of woman that could sense when something good or bad was about to happen through seeing a certain animal or sign in her dreams. i write all my dreams down because of this.

  • CaliDreaming86

    I believe in signs depending on the situation, but I would consider that intuition rather than signs.

  • MeantToBe

    I dreamed that I was apparently at my own wedding reception. It was very elaborate, private, and nice. I didn’t see who the groom was, but I did recognize some of my friends. Throughout the quick dream, it was pure happiness. At the end of my dream as my groom and I were walking towards the car. We were approached by three men, they grab me and then I get beat up (NOT HIM). After that, I had awaken from my dream. I thought about this dream and the only thing I could draw from it is that I need to stay prayed up. I do believe in dreams and signs so this one I want to come true, but not all of it. Hopefully, it was a case of watching too much cable that night. :)

  • Miss September

    I definitely believe in dreams. I think dreams a lot of times, manifest from our thoughts.
    Also, that is good idea about writing your dreams down; to later find out the meaning behind them. I think of my dreams as premonitions, as basically foreshadowing something that may or may not happen.

    • MarloweOverShakespeare

      I used to write about my dreams in a blog called “Some Dreams Are Made of These.” I decided to shut it down this year because, along with my busy life, my old attitudes and motivation about things started to change. My dreams were almost always about things that seemed to haunt me from my past – hurt, fear, lust, anger. Sort of wish I had the link handy so you could see how vivid and bizarre my dreams were, but honestly I don’t. Once I began to strip away from those things by increasing faith in the Lord and striving for the positive, I never had those dreams anymore.

      And it took a while for me to notice that I hadn’t.