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Gold Coins & my grandparents who passed away

It started off first with my cousins buying 3 dogs of different breeds and tones from shelter and later we ended up having to find people to give it away since they could not take care of them. Since we had trouble finding people, we took the dogs to the hospital. As we went to the hospital, I learned that is was because of my godfather (In real life, he has been in and out of the hospital for the past few years but is still in ok condition). As a family, we all went there. When I got to the hospital, I found out that my grandfather (who died when I was 3) and my grandmother (who died when I was 9 and my grandfather’s wife both from my mother’s side) were both also in the hospital. I wanted to see them badly, but nobody would listen to me or acknowledge my pleading. I felt like I was a kid again, except I was 19, my actual age. Then later, I turned around and I see a flashback of my grandmother a bit younger with another little girl beside her saying that my grandfather needs to talk to my mom, aunt and uncle about the bag of gold coins somebody owes him from an old bet. From what I know, my grandpa was always against gambling, and the bag he was owed in the dream was of 2,000 gold coins. I saw that she received the bag but once she opened it, the gold coins just flew out of the bag and were blown away by the breeze. I wasn’t sure what this meant but I assume it must have some meaning to it. I never saw my grandparents in the dream only the sight of my grandmother through the glimpse of the flashback who was wearing a gray skirt and I can’t remember her top but I believe it might have been a long sleeved beige.

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