Super Bowl LI (51) And Forgotten Dreams

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Yesterday before Super Bowl LI (51) started I did my normal routine and I started preparing a blog post for my staff pick for the film A Patch Of Blue and preparing myself for a complementary post that I will link in that post where I will share an experience that happened to me when I was in Kindergarten that had a great affect/effect on me and my beliefs and thoughts and behaviors et cetera on race and relationships et cetera.

I also started typing my dreams from the night before but I got interrupted by the Super Bowl and various distractions which took up most of my day yesterday, and so I watched the Super Bowl with my parent’s while trying to type my dreams during the commercial breaks while I had a slight headache.

After watching the Super Bowl I continued typing my dreams during commercial breaks while watching the first episode of 24: Legacy, and so I went to bed late last night and I had to wake up early for work so I did not get enough sleep or dream time.

I had some dreams but I did not voice record them, and I ended up forgetting my dreams from last night.

I honestly can not remember one thing from my dreams from last night for sure, except that maybe part of one dream involved the actor Tom Cruise and maybe he was put in a real situation that one of his characters has dealt with before but this was a real situation and not a film so he probably said that he was just an actor and that he was not prepared to deal with something like this, but I can not remember.

Now I have to type that complementary post for my A Patch Of Blue staff pick if I can, watch the film A Patch Of Blue again for the first time in years, then finish my staff pick blog post for A Patch Of Blue, finish my normal routine if I can, take a bath, and go to sleep.

The end,

-John Jr

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