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Premonition of a Fire

 

On Tuesday February 12th 2008, I was going home from work, stuck in traffic. Usually when I'm stuck in traffic my mind tends to wander. I was looking at this apartment building in an area where my dad used to live and I notice that it was a very tall building compared to the others. For some reason I was thinking of this building and the street it was on, but didn't really think anything of it because it was just a random thought. That was around 5:00pm that day.

Later on that evening I went to sleep, I think it was around 12:00am. I had this dream (at least I think it was a dream) of a lady standing by my bed looking out of my window and she appeared to have a broken arm. I can't really describe her but she appeared to be a spirit, that was kind of glowing in a bluish, purplish, and greenish colour. Usually when I dream spirits I have a sense of fear in me, but this time I felt no fear at all.

So I woke up right away and looked at the clock and it was 4:21am. I was kind of shaken with the intensity of this dream but I went back to bed. Then I woke up in the morning and turned on the TV to the news which I do every morning. The top story was about this lady who died in a fire in that same building that I was thinking of the day before. In the news they said that her son had tried to save her but it was too late.

What really shocked me was later that day I decided to read the local daily newspaper at work and the fire chief said that the fire started around 4:00am. That's around the same time I had the dream. Was the lady who died in the fire the same lady from my dream?

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ShaylaG (1 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-03-21)
omg that is so crazy... In at the of 2007, I was sleep and I was was woken by my phone; it was my friend; I told her I was having a dream about a fire in our town and I could see the traffic of people leaving town on the freeway and there was a truck on fire then my gradma turned on the tv and there it was our town on fire. Later my friend called back and said there was taffic on the way to work iand a truck on fire...
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-20)
Thanks robert... It was a long shot, I was hoping to find an ending to that one, but guess I'll just have to do a bit more searching ha-ha.
Katie (guest)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-19)
Its strange that she contacted you or maybe you just got her future events how strange is that! You didn't even know her but why would it happen to you! I wonder! Bit scary
Robert (2 stories) (3 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-19)
Hey Aramasamara, I don't recall a coffee shop in my dream.

Thanks,

Robert
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-19)
I had one of a fire a while ago in a city place, but focused on a coffee shop specfically... Was there by chance a coffee shop?
Thanks
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-19)
I had one of a fire a while ago in a city place, but focused on a coffee shop place... Was there by chance a coffee shop?
Thanks
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-18)
Robert - it is pretty plain to me that you are thinking of making one of those life decissions. Stressed, we always are more alert and sensitive. Relax and think. My husband has to put up with a lot. Most would have run for the hills by now. He does it. Sometimes guys are bums, but mostly not.
pinkbabe63 (guest)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-17)
That sounds really freaky that lady probably was the one in your dream. It's weird that she had a broken arm in your dream though.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-17)
If you go there, to making a woman commitment, another thing most men do not understand. Women are moody. We blame it on dumb stuff. We laugh about it. Well, had french fries at McDonalds, proof reading. Two shaved men with tatoos, younger, approached me. I was polite and talked to them and politely told them to go away. Not sure they realized it. If I had been a guy, would have punched their lights out and knew it. I could have done it there and then. It is frustrating, but not my mom image to punch. A few minutes later the hub happened to phoned. He is logical, but I think not stupid. I told him that I was fine and eating McDonald's french fries and reading. He felt great. I vented later, to other women. But if he had been a jerk, well would have made him feel insecure. Probably. We want strong men only to meet us halfway. Not those who immediately punch, but those who know when to phone... He knows when to check. And, if I ever mess up, he will know that too and fix it. I have no doubt.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-17)
Are you thinking about marriage and all that entails. Well I can promise you two things. It won't be easy. Maybe the first few play years. It can hurt and help. Second, in twenty plus years, it will mean something. More than shoes and your house's worth. If you encourage each other.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-17)
Dear Robert - wow - you saw it exactly -

I am sorry that no responded earlier because your experience is awesome. I have looked at the clock to remember the mintues too of an event, but only a few times. Yes, it was major. I've been dealing with my daughter lately and been selfish in my own stuff. I apologize that no one here has written. It's a quiet site I guess. ASSUMED that everyone had been answered, many haven't, and yes, I know how to divide assume. I've been driving teens all day and storing boxes because my daughter moved, and I'm tired to be honest. I'm a mom. But what you saw was very clear and describable. Go easy on yourself and take it a step at a time. Don't judge yourself or others on this site. People here try hard. You will mess up. I guarantee it. Have a sense of humor and make jokes. Being sensitive is just a new phase not a disease. Ignore a lot of the hooey psychic stuff, including me and everything else, and listen and read some and be "discerning" and trust yourself. Be powerful. I like that - be powerful. Well, my teens have tired me today. I have my son. My other two are older in years. I have some of my youngest son's friends whose parents work toooo much (my hub tells me I'm used and I tell him I hope so) and need me so I'm raising more than one more. My other two seem fine. Young people are sweet. I like sweet. Food and shelter are good too. My husband works and doesn't have a lot of free time to get the personal part, but it's sweet that he frees me up to appreciate it so I try to tell him about it.

Robert, you know what you saw. Try to think of it as sweet not weird. Try to imagine a world that didn't see these things as odd. I've been in the business world. Being nice and seeing can really help. I was promoted. Didn't really care, wanted children and to be a mom. My husband makes me feel important and doesn't see my job as less than his. That makes a huge difference because I could eat his lunch one on one with or without college or a masters. It's just real life stuff. Instead, this is my world. He has always made sure, no matter how hard it is, to express his appreciaton. What he thinks is all I care about, mostly, even with the kids stuff. If you really try to be nice and see then your future will happen. It may not be mine at all. Mine has been hard (very) and never perfect. You might hit your knees a few times (hope you have no car wrecks and have an easy time). Life is never like a Sesame Street I guess. When it comes to the children, I have a hard time putting dollar signs there. But, I know it takes a man working hard to be a real fathter and these are tough times. I really appreciate the hubby. Hope I tell him enough.

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