I did not record any of the dreams that I had during the several naps that I took, and during the night except for one sentence about my last dream.
All that I can remember of this last dream is that it involved a fictional version of The BP Library and several other buildings that were scattered around a field, maybe the other buildings were part of the library, and the dream took place during the day.
At the end of the dream I was working at the library, I saw and interacted with several of my coworkers during the dream, and I saw and interacted with some fictional coworkers and patrons.
I can not remember most of the coworkers I saw and interacted with or what I did for most of the dream, I do know that Mr. CF was one of the coworkers that I remember, and the other was my coworker / department supervisor Ms. JM and a fictional female coworker who was with her.
I have a vague feeling that there was a woman in some of the earlier forgotten parts of the dream, but I can not remember who or what happened or if she was a coworker or not.
At some point in the dream Ms. JM and the fictional female coworker walked into a fictional library room that I was working in, Ms. JM had a computer keyboard, and she told me that she wanted me to paint this keyboard yellow.
Ms. JM wanted me to figure out how to paint it, what kind of paint to use, what brush to use, et cetera.
I told Ms. JM that I had no idea but that I would try, and I remember walking outside across the field to a small house-like building to work on my project after I came up with a plan.
A man was there, I am not sure if he was a fictional coworker or not, and I told him about my plan.
At some point I decided to use some yellow acrylic paint and a foam brush from my female coworker FP’s office to paint the keyboard after I remembered us using those supplies a couple of months ago to paint our mini Mardi Gras float replicas.
Ms. JM and the fictional coworker showed up, I told them my plan, and then they left.
I started painting the keyboard after hanging it up so that it was not touching anything, I tried to be careful to not get paint under the keys or along the edges, because I did not want the keys to get stuck when the paint dried.
The text on the keys was white, and so I tried to not paint over the text either.
I was not sure how many coats of paint I would use or if this kind of paint would work on a plastic computer keyboard or not.
I woke up before I was completely finished and as I was probably showing Ms. JM and our fictional coworker my progress so far.