Why Does the BBC Do This To Me?

As a child, I liked fire engines.  They went to help people in need.  If we heard a siren, I wanted to see them go by.  When they had open house at the fire station, I wanted to go.  But as I mentioned in a sermon a week or two ago, I had nightmares about fire engines.  They would chase me, and I could never get away.

Now, from the BBC:  Regular nightmares in childhood may be an early warning sign of psychotic disorders.  Thanks.  Now, my kids will probably never let me hear the end of it. 🙂

If I’d known this was coming, I could have used something different to illustrate my point!

About Jon Gleason

Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes
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6 Responses to Why Does the BBC Do This To Me?

  1. atwin0 says:

    AH! That explains it ALL!!! 🙂

  2. Brian says:

    Bro. Jon,
    Don’t know that “true confessions” online are not a good thing. They WILL come back and haunt you. Oh, sorry about that, hopefully that won’t trigger anything 🙂

  3. Cyndy Veysey says:

    Ha, ha! I can sympathize, I had night terrors as a child…and you KNOW how sane I am. The only nightmares I still have always do involve animals chasing me or trying to bite at my feet. They’re scary, but at least smaller than fire trucks! I must add…Syd will say, “did you dream about a cat last night?” I respond, “yes, he was attacking me”. He affirms, “You were HISSING and kicking me”.

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