pastel snake dream.

I found a nice website to learn HTML. It’s called free Code Camp, and it’s pretty easy to use. The first project (or maybe only project; I’m not sure) is the gradual development of a simple app for cat photos.

Oh yeah, yesterday I had weird dreams! One part was about having a pet snake named Diana. She was splotched with pastel colors, like mint green, lavender, pale pink, and pale yellow. I was sort of nervous, and I didn’t know what to feed her. She was curled in my closet, then under my bed, and I decided to feed her eggs. I stroked her head while she ate a cracked egg that had a very yellow yolk, and in the dream I was nervous that she would bite me, but she didn’t, and just let me touch her.

Another part of my dreams involved me jumping into water. I was on a dock, and I took off my shoes and socks, and climbed over a fence, and jumped in. But the water was too shallow, and it hurt to land. But anyway, I was brave enough to jump in the first place.

I’ve been feeling really bad for a few days now, and it’s disturbing and pretty random. I covered both sides of three pages of my paper diary on the 4th. Sometimes when I get really upset, my handwriting doesn’t even look like my own anymore–or at least, it doesn’t look like what my handwriting normally looks like. That scares me. Also, when I look back on it, I can’t remember what I was thinking when I was writing it all. Is that even normal?

But in lighter news, I have decided to ignore all the negative thoughts in my head, which is not easy, but is probably the smarter thing to do. Apparently, dreaming about friendly snakes symbolizes healing and understanding your emotions, so that’s a good thing. Also, jumping into water also means getting a deeper understanding of yourself.

It sounds really stupid to believe in dream symbolism, but I still do because my mom has had really symbolic dreams before. The cool thing about traditional Chinese superstitions and predictions is that sometimes they’re scary accurate. 

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