Fourteen-year-old Jocelyn Lake finished buttering her toast as she told her mother about the dream she had had the previous night. "It was all about this little girl. She was four, and she was Amish. She was in a buggy wreck with her mother and sister. The buggy had turned over, and her sister was killed. Her mother was trapped and screaming. The girl was scared, so she ran away. Then a stranger picked her up, put her in their car, and drove away. The adults who had picked her up took good care of her, like a daughter, because they didn't have any children of their own. When she was older, she heard the couple say that her real parents couldn't have her until she had finished eighth grade. Then the dream ended. Weird, huh?"