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    Posted January 16, 2013 by
    Sergiom
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    Muntinlupa City, Philippines
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    Photo challenge: Recreate your dream

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    A Dream That Came True

     
    Dreams do come true! I actually dreamt in May of last year that I was standing in front of a house made of coconut leaves and grasses-- wherein the owner of the said house was holding his pet dog at the gateway. It was May 15 of last year that I went to Lucban, Quezon here in the Philippines to participate in the ‘Pahiyas Festival’ (pronounced as Pa-hee-yaz Festival). The said festival was about decorating houses there with handicrafts, plants, vegetables, fruits and even grasses. We went to a friend’s house there to join the festival. It was at my friend’s neighborhood that I saw a house decorated with coconut leaves and grasses and a man standing at its gateway carrying a dog. I actually saw that scene in a dream. I dreamt that about May 5, 2012. Ten days later, May 15 of last year, I saw a house decorated with coconut leaves and grasses at the said festival which was very similar to what I saw in a dream- a house made of cocunut leaves and grasses with the house’s owner standing at the gateway and carrying his dog. I immediately asked my friend to photograph me in front of the said decorated house. My friend complied and, thus, a dream that I dreamt on the night of May 5, 2012 did come true on May 15, 2012. It was actually an unintentional recreation of a dream.
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