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Chris Stuckmann + Mr. Rogers (Fred Rogers) + Melissa Joan Hart + Snakes + A Memory?

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Movie Review

I got in bed later than I should have and was sleeping good when I got awakened from a dream by my alarm, I turned it off and went back to sleep without recording my dreams, and then I was sleeping and dreaming even deeper and better when I got awakened by my second alarm.

I realized that it was later than I thought and I jumped out of bed without thinking about my dreams, and so my memory of my dreams jumped out of my mind too.

I tried to remember a few times during the day at work and at the dentist, but all that came to my mind was a quick weak flash of the dream without me being able to remember it exactly.

The only things that popped into my mind besides that were: something involving maybe Chris Stuckmann, Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers), maybe Melissa Joan Hart, maybe snakes, something that reminded me of a blurred memory of a real life moment from my life and a distant past dream that was related to a real life moment and a dream from the 1980s or 1990s and later in a dream of me going with my dad on a job at a house in the city of D not far from CS Bank that possibly involved a deck or patio, and maybe one or more things.

The Chris Stuckmann and Mr. Rogers part was probably inspired by Chris’s video that I watched yesterday called Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Movie Review:

But that is all that I could remember because most of my day was spent at work working trying to catch up with things and at the dentist office.

I know that I had at least two obvious dreams, but they are lost now.

The end,

  • John Jr

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