Walk In The Woods
1. The person you walked through the woods with is the most important person in your life.
2. The animal you saw represents your perception of the size of your problems.
3. Your reaction to the animal represents how you deal with your problems, passively or aggressively.
4. Your dream house reveals your ambition to solve your problems.
5. The fence represents your personality: no fence around the house means you're open and people are welcome to your home at all times; while a fence around the house means the opposite.
6. The items in your dining room represents your happiness. If your dining room had no food, people, or flowers, you're unhappy.
7. The material the cup was made of is indicative of how durable your relationship is with the person you walked through the woods with. For example: styrofoam and plastic are disposable, but metal and plastic are very durable.
8. Whether you chose to keep or disgard the cup represents your attitude toward the person you walked through the woods with.
9. The body of water on your property represents the size of your sexual desire.
10. How wet you got when you crossed the water indicates the relative importance of your sex life.
"Walk in the Woods" written and designed by Bobette Bryan, 2000