2-Sided Printing | A Mud Pit

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that I was working at a slightly fictional version of The BP Library that was somewhat store-like with some racks of non-library items scattered around the library among the normal library shelves of library items.

I had some fictional coworkers there and some of my real coworkers were there like my female coworker JB who seemed to be off for the day because she was possibly with her children looking around at the racks of non-library items.

At some point a woman needed help in the computer lab printing a PDF document that was an instruction/owner’s manual that she wanted to be printed double-sided/2-sided, and so I printed a 2-sided version of the manual and then I possibly made a copy of that because she wanted another copy.

But that is all that I can remember of this dream.

Dream 2

This dream took place during the day and I was in the living room of my parents house looking outside the backdoor when I noticed my brother TDC and a young man with light-color skin carrying shovels as they walked to the alley to a fictional square hole that they had dug deep in the ground and they had filled it halfway with water and dirt et cetera like they were going to use it to make some kind of building material.

They climbed down into the hole after shoveling some more dirt and stuff in it, they started mixing it from inside the hole, but it was so deep that they went under the mud.

I heard one or both of them struggling to breathe as a metal object that they had covering half of the opening at the top was possibly in the way when they tried to jump up for air, and so I ran out there and removed it.

After helping them I told them that they made the hole too deep and that the mud too deep, that it should never go over their heads because that was dangerous, but I woke up as I lectured them about that.

The end,

-John Jr

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