It seems like every other celebrity couple’s marriage in 2019 was a fairy tale. From Gigi and John Legend to Charlie and David Beckham, the news was full of celebrity engagements and wedding proposals.

But there was one celebrity marriage proposal that truly stood out. Proposing to her girlfriend of six years, musician and director Kelly Montanello, on Dec 12, 2019, British actor and singer Robert Pattinson wrote and sang a love song to propose to her.

The romantic proposal was a dream come true for Montanello. But what made it so special was that it was an honest to goodness Neil Young song. It wasn’t just any old pop star singing about love; it was the 70-year-old American legend singing about love. And not just any old love either; this was the love between a lifelong best friend and the woman he’s proposed to.

You could tell by her reaction how happy and surprised Kelly Montanello was when she found out about the proposal. As soon as the song finished, she yelled out “Oh my God!” and threw her hands up in the air in celebration.

When Montanello later told her friends and family about the proposal, one of them jokingly asked if she had been drinking because it seemed like a dream come true. But it wasn’t a dream. It was reality.

Still trying to work out what is real and what is a dream? Here’s a guide to help you tell the difference.

Real Vs. Dream

In order to tell the difference between dreams and reality, you have to look at a number of factors. One of the best ways to do this is to recall as much of the experience as possible. This is where the importance of telling your friends and family about the engagement lies. It’s no secret that we live in a world full of stress and anxiety. For those who are experiencing these emotions, it can be hard to know what is real and what is a dream. The best way to tell the difference is to have someone to share your experiences with. Someone who knows you well enough to tell you when you are dreaming and someone who loves and cares about you enough to want to make sure you are indeed awake and living in the real world. This may mean getting out of bed and having a cup of tea with your spouse, or it could mean finding a quiet place to think and work through the issues you’re facing.

The Proposal

One of the main factors that contribute to whether or not a particular experience is real or a dream is the amount of preparation that went into it. If you are reading this, then it is likely that the proposal was a dream because you did not expect this to happen. This is likely because you have not experienced true love before or because you have experienced heartbreak and are now gun-shy when it comes to showing your emotions. In either case, please do not feel embarrassed because these are normal reactions to a situation that is not normal. Dreams can be wonderful, but they can also be frustrating because you never know how much of them is real and how much of it is imagination. Sometimes it can be hard to know where reality ends and where your dreams begin.

On the other hand, if the proposal was real and you are, indeed, engaged to be married to the person you love, then this is undoubtedly a dream come true. The engagement ring you received will forever remind you of the love you felt at that moment. The feeling of completeness when your friend and companion finally gave you the ring you had dreamed of for so long is a feeling you will never forget. It is normal to feel happy and nervous at the same time; this is only natural because you have put so much thought into the proposal and are finally able to share this moment with the person you love most.

The Song

Another important factor that makes a particular experience real or a dream is the quality of the song or poem you listen to or read. If the song or poem is of good quality, then it is very likely that you are experiencing reality. Songs and poems are often seen as artifice because people believe only art can be perfect. But reality is not perfect – especially when it comes to love. Perfection is a myth created by humans to give themselves an illusion of superiority. But if you are reading or listening to a song or poem about love, then it is most likely that you are experiencing reality because these things can only be as good as you allow them to be. You might even feel moved to tears because the words have been chosen just for you and your situation.

Your Reaction

When you realize that something is a dream, the first thing you should do is wonder what your reaction is going to be like when you wake up from it. It’s easy to get lost in the moment and forget that you are indeed dreaming, but it is important to remember this. Your dream might be good, but it could also be bad. You might even face unpleasant side-effects from it. If you feel that your reaction is going to be negative, then you should do your best to change it. The worst thing you can do is wake up from a dream and regret what happened because you did not intend to go there. If you are having a bad dream and you wake up with a foul taste in your mouth, it would be best not to open your mouth; otherwise, you will be giving the dream some much-needed oxygen and it might even come true. Try to remain calm and collected; this will help you determine whether or not what you are experiencing is real. If you do not know how to react to your dream, then it is probably best to remain quiet. Words can often hurt more than they help in these situations, and it is always better to stay out of the way.

Waking Up

Just because you are asleep does not mean you are dreaming. Dreams can be very vivid and sometimes even seem like they are happening right now. If you want to tell the difference between dreams and reality, then it is often best to simply check to see if you are indeed awake. You can do this by checking the time or looking at the location of the building you are in. If these things are in line with what you know to be real, then it is likely that you are experiencing a dream. If you do not question the source of your emotional state or the people around you, then it is very likely that you are dreaming. There are many reasons why you might be dreaming, but if you are feeling worried or anxious about something, then it is best to try and remember whether or not this is actually a dream. If you want to be sure, then it is sometimes best to simply wake up and check for a note or call from your spouse. Never be afraid to wake up and ask for help, especially if this seems to be an ongoing problem. We live in a world full of anxiety and stress, and it is often hard to know what is causing our problems and what is just a mental phenomenon. Knowing how to tell the difference between the two can sometimes be a matter of life and death. This is why it is often best to wake up and check.

If you can remember anything about your dreams, it can be a good indication that you are dreaming. The following are some things you might remember about your dreams:

  • Weather conditions
  • Whether or not you drank alcohol
  • Where you were
  • What you were wearing
  • Your emotional state
  • The song or poem you listened to
  • The tone of the voice of the person speaking to you

If you can recall any of these things, then it is most likely you are dreaming. You should not be discouraged if you cannot remember everything because this is normal. It is often the case that we only remember the most vivid parts of our dreams. This is why it is so important to write them down as soon as possible once you awaken. As strange as it might seem, remembering your dreams can sometimes be the key to remembering what is real and what is a dream. If you want to be sure, then it is often best to wake up and check.