This dream has been viewed 3990 times.It is evening time and I am in London that is also partly merged with a part of my childhood hometown. I am sat in a parked car, from the side window I can see my younger sister with her daughter just across the street I almost lower the window to say hello but then decide against it and to keep a low profile.
They both come quite close to the car still without seeing me, my little niece drops a carrier bag with toys or comics that she was holding into the gutter that runs a long the sidewalk in-between the car and the pavement. My sister pulls her away from the scene but I can see she wanted to go back and retrieve her bag.
I open the car door with the intention of picking up the bag and running over to give it to my niece. But when I look down at the road I can’t see the bag anywhere, it seems to have disappeared? I get back into the car and see that I now have company, there are some people sat on the back seat of the car.
A brother-in-law, my youngest sister and a mother I don’t know with her scrawny and mute depressed little girl all sit quietly at the rear. I pull away slowly from the parking space and set off for a quiet drive. I can hear an awful commotion kicking off at the rear of the car, I can hear a lot of violent screaming and hitting and muffled whimpers.
I pull the car over to and turn around to see what is going on, I’m disgusted to see the mother beating her daughter about the head in a most savage way and screaming abuse at her. Neither my brother-in- law or my youngest sister intervenes to help the little girl. I turn around and shout angrily at the mother reprimanding for her actions and threatening her too (the threatening part is quite unlike me in reality).
My youngest sister doesn’t seem to be aware of the gravity of the situation and tells me to stop being so hard on the mother and to calm myself. My brother-in-law on the other hand says well done and adds “I never thought you had it in you”. My brother-in-laws comments make me feel proud and strong for sticking up for the little girl and this also convinces me that I made the right decision to shout at the mother.