You start dreaming 2 months in advance?! If that happened to me, I'd go nuts because once I begin the Cruise Dream I can't stop it till
embarkation. My dream, which reminds me of Groundhog Day (the movie) doesn't generally kick in until maybe a week prior to sailing, and that's bad enough. I hope that it doesn't ever begin as early as yours.<<wink>>
I dreamt we were embarking on the boat and that we entered at about the 7th floor, but you had to find your room in the dark because they didn't have any hall lights on. And to get to our cabin we had to go through some kind of restaraunt with all kinds of obstacles to step over, especially teenagers lounging on pillows. Some kind of omen?
Geez louise, had another last night -- trying to embark on the Monarch of the Seas in Ensenada, and they wanted me to stay in line and they would bring my digital camera back to the screening table. I'm saying, "You want me to hand over a $500 camera and you'll get it back to me?!?"
Of course, I was scanning Monarch sailing dates yesterday evening.
I have been on cruises before with my family and decided to book this upcoming cruise for just me and my younger sister who will be 29 and it's a birthday gift from me. She has never been on a cruise and the farthest she's been from home (Louisiana) is Biloxi, Mississippi, anyway I booked about 3 weeks ago and from the time I told her about her surprise cruise gift she has been dreaming every single night about the cruise. Some of the dreams she tells me is exactly things that would happen on a ship and she dreamed she won big on the slots. Every morning I get a call with a new dream about the cruise. I think it's probably the excitement of doing something she's never done before and it's probably the last thing she thinks about before going to sleep. But I will be really freaked out if some of her dreams actually play out on the ship.