Grandmother


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What does it mean when you dream about your grandmother?

Grandmothers are symbols of wisdom and caretaking. A grandmother in a dream can indicate that important life lessons are assuming a prominent role in the dreamer’s life. This symbol can also indicate a regression to childhood needs.

References in classic literature ?
Little Red-Cap raised her eyes, and when she saw the sunbeams dancing here and there through the trees, and pretty flowers growing everywhere, she thought: 'Suppose I take grandmother a fresh nosegay; that would please her too.
Lift the latch,' called out the grandmother, 'I am too weak, and cannot get up.
Grandmother had told me while she was getting supper that he was an Austrian who came to this country a young boy and had led an adventurous life in the Far West among mining-camps and cow outfits.
I had almost forgotten that I had a grandmother, when she came out, her sunbonnet on her head, a grain-sack in her hand, and asked me if I did not want to go to the garden with her to dig potatoes for dinner.
The gold is very good, madame," Adrienne observed, in a voice half- choked, "they told my grandmother the metal alone was worth thirteen.
Five francs would scarcely support her grandmother a week, with even the wood and wine she had on hand, and she had no more gold thimbles to sacrifice.
Blanche with an elegant, ceremonious bow as, under cover of an unwonted modesty, she endeavoured to express, both in face and figure, her extreme surprise at such strange behaviour on the part of the Grandmother.
No, I DON'T want to see them," said the Grandmother.
By his side walked the grandmother urging him forward.
And she rubbed the whole bundle of matches quickly against the wall, for she wanted to be quite sure of keeping her grandmother near her.
I know what I am saying," continued the marchioness; "I must hurry you, so that, as she has no mother, she may at least have a grandmother to bless her marriage.
Grandmother Majauszkiene had come to America with her son at a time when so far as she knew there was only one other Lithuanian family in the district; the workers had all been Germans then--skilled cattle butchers that the packers had brought from abroad to start the business.