I had a variety of dreams including several dreams inspired by the TV show The Witcher, but I did not record them each time that I woke up and went back to sleep; and so now I can only barely remember part of my last dream.
I think that part of this dream took place during the evening and night mostly at maybe a college campus, I probably left the college at some point during the dream to go somewhere in the city, and during another part of the dream I possibly talked to my dad while possibly outside at the college.
I possibly had a room and bed outside somewhere on the college campus like I had an outdoor dorm room somehow or something strange like that, but that is all that I can remember or make sense of from this dream unfortunately.
All that I can remember of this dream is that it took place during the day and I probably walked out of my parents’ house through the back door, and I saw two men with whitish colored skin standing in my parents’ yard near the corner of our tall chain-link fence by the back alleyway wooden fence/gate and The G House; and the two men were protesting the lack of privacy on part of the fencing and they were protesting some fictional advertising signs on the fence that did not get changed regularly like the advertising signs on other parts of the fence.
A fictional company/business owned the advertising signs on parts of my parents’ fence so the two men were protesting against this company/business trying to draw attention to those two issues while hoping the company/business would make those two changes, and I talked with the two men and I watched their protest from a distance because I have only ever seen one or two protests before in my life and never one this close.
I agreed with the two men, I wanted more privacy on the fence which could be easily achieved if the company would add a few more signs, and I saw no reason for the company to not regularly change all the signs instead of just some because it would add more variety and increase their profits from advertising; but I woke up as I watched the two men continue their peaceful protest.