This week on the Blog Hop, we’re talking about dreams. Leslie Hachtel says:
Tell us what you dream about.
So, there’s a couple ways of taking this question! I dream about making the bestsellers lists and spending time with the family that doesn’t involve social distancing (we’re almost there!!). But when it comes to sleeping dreams, that’s a different story.
My dreams can be very vivid. They are usually in colour and sometimes even involve physical sensations like touch. Thank goodness I don’t have nightmares – not often, anyway – although I remember one that I had when I was a child where I was going to go over a waterfall and woke up just before I fell off the bed!
Most of my dreams seem to involve not being able to accomplish things. I’ll need a key to unlock a door, and when I open the drawer to get it, it’s not there. Then, when I finally find the key, the door isn’t there anymore. In the days when we travelled more often, I often dreamt about missing our flight or ending up at the wrong hotel.
Now that I think of it, I rarely dream pleasant, relaxing things. Huh. I wonder why that is? How about you? What do you dream!
The next stop in our blog hop is here with Leslie Hachtel!
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Two women. Years apart. Linked by common experience and a cottage that has survived since the Civil War.
Evelyn Smith has changed her name and is running from an abusive husband. She buys a cottage in Florida that has its own history, only to experience an attraction to the previous owner.
Rebecca Faber has rescued a Yankee soldier and fallen in love, but circumstances have forced her to marry an evil man who killed her father.
When Rebecca reaches out from the past, Evelyn finds it life changing.
And in their own times, each must find discover strength and fight to find and keep true love.