Where were you last night at midnight?
Would you have wanted to be somewhere else?
And this is my response:
I was at home with most of my family.
Yes, I would have wanted to be with some of my family in a better house in a better and more private neighborhood in a better world.
I slept well last night until I got awakened by needing to use the bathroom, back soreness because I need a new bed mattress among other things, someone talking loudly on the phone, and by the radio being loud so I was not able to go back to sleep or think about my dreams; and so now I can only barely remember part of my last dream from last night.
All that I can remember of this dream is that it was partly inspired by several news articles (like The Strange Sad Story Of The Army’s New Billion-Dollar Camo Pattern) that I read last night about the United States Army military camouflage controversy / failure / disaster / mess / catastrophe / et cetera involving their Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP), Scorpion W2 (Operational Camouflage Pattern), and MultiCam.
The dream involved me waking up in my parent’s house to blog and The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt that said something like:
“The government/military has just come out with a new uniform/outfit that male and female workers/soldiers have to wear, but it looks/is ugly/terrible; what does it look like?” or “The government/military has just come out with a new uniform/outfit that male and female workers/soldiers have to wear, and here is a photograph of it; how would you describe it, and what does it remind you of?” or something like that.
I started typing my response by possibly referring to the United States Army military camouflage disaster and The Dress / Dressgate / #thedress, and I remember that the uniform/outfit looked somewhat like the dress from The Dress / Dressgate / #thedress; but it was very colorful with various horizontal stripes of colors like orange, red, yellow, et cetera like something from the 1980s or early 1990s.
It looked a lot like a dress or it was a dress so this confused me about how this was going to work for female and male government/military workers/soldiers, I thought that this was interesting, and I finished typing my response to the Daily Prompt; but I got awakened.