I tried to look this up but I got nothing.  Here is my weird dream.  If anyone could tell me the meaning behind it please.

We ( my family) were at our house.  Coyotes surrounded the house.  Each time the door opened, they would try to get in the house growling.  There were 3 of them.  One was black, he was the one that kept coming closer and growling at us.  One was reddish brown, and the other was white. 

I normally don't dream.  ( I know, we each dream each night.  But I never remember. )  So since I dreamt something so weird, I wanna know what it means.  Ty for your help..  Please do tell me how and where you went to interpurt the dream.  :)

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Jun. 3, 2008 at 11:02 AM


A coyote, not being a very brave animal, will attack those living beings that are injured, dead, or just weaker then themselves, and they also run in packs like dogs, (kind of like street gangs). If you dream of being attacked by a pack of coyote, or see them wearing a threatening demeanor, you should be extremely careful for the next few days as this is a warning of danger to yourself. A friendly coyote is an omen of deception.

I got this from www.sleeps.com and I went to a couple of other sites they all pretty much say the same things.. Sorry hope everything will be ok..

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Jun. 3, 2008 at 11:12 AM I'll get back with ya...

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Jun. 3, 2008 at 11:26 AM  :) Ty ladies.

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Jun. 3, 2008 at 10:47 PM Sounds like each coyote represents something that may be bothering you that you feel is attacking you or in this case your family. Looks like thought that you are a\working well to keep things at bay because they never got in...the door always closed in their face and everyone is safe. Just look at the things you are stressing about, things you might be fearing...or maybe something like a decision that is on your mind...then you might find your answer.

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