Lois the Flirt
Dreamed before 1961 by a Florida woman, reported to the Rhine Institute
To my knowledge I have never had any cause to be jealous of my husband, but this morning I was awakened by a dream. In it I saw him standing against a wall with a woman in front of him and he had his two arms around her waist and they were talking and laughing.
When he came home I had forgotten it for a while, when suddenly it came to my mind. I started laughing and said, "Honey, if you were standing against a wall last night with a woman in front of you and you had your arms around her like this, just who would that woman be?"
He started to laugh and said, 'Oh, honey, I didn't do anything wrong. That was Lois, the three to eleven waitress. She came over to me and said, "How's my sweetie?" Why, were you down there?"
"I started off to joke about my dream, but when he verified it I didn't want him to know so I said our neighbor and I had gone down for a cup of coffee and that I saw him and wouldn't go in. I am still angry about it.
SOURCE: Hidden Channels of the Mind by Louisa E. Rhine, 1961, p. 112-113. Account untitled, author's name witheld; title & byline added to aid searching & indexing.
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