Dreams about driving may represent the control you have over where you are going in life. Remember that the Driver is the one making decisions about the direction taken and how fast you get there. Are you driving or are you a passenger?
The clothes we wear in waking life help identify us – they represent how we want others to see us. Clothes also hide our imperfect bodies, and metaphorically, our emotional and psychological imperfections. When we aren’t wearing clothes we are stripped of our identity and others can see us as we really are.
Your grandparents in a dream may represent love, protection, wisdom, family values and tradition. Your grandmother may be the archetypal Wise Old Woman and your grandfather may be the archetypal Wise Old Man.
Spiders in a dream may represent different things and will depend on how you feel about spiders. Spider dreams can be either negative or positive in nature. Often a spider is associated with the aspects of feminine energy and therefore may represent a woman in your life. This will likely be a strong, overbearing mother or another powerful woman. It may also represent the archetypal feminine energy within yourself or an aspect of yourself. A spider in a dream may also represent other aspects of the feminine archetype.
Since you spend one-third of your day in bed it should not be a surprise that you dream about it. In general, a dream about a bed or a bedroom may be addressing your waking life issues concerning sex, intimacy and privacy.
Dreams about birds may represent your hopes, goals and aspirations. Are they flying too high?
Dreaming of bread may represent food for thought is being presented in the dream; may represent spiritual nourishment is needed or being offered in the dream; may also symbolize the basic needs in life and how they are or are not being met.
As in waking life, a bridge in dreams can be a point of connection - linking two places or things. It may also be a way to cross over an obstacle, like a river.