All that I can remember of this dream is that the name Yokozuna was mentioned / said.

I was not sure if it was a name, like the WWE wrestler Yokozuna, or if it was a title, like a rank in sumo wrestling.


Blogging: Learning The Fundamentals | Day Two: Take Control Of Your Title And Tagline (Day Two: Make Sure You Love Your Title)

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Day Two: Take Control of Your Title and Tagline

Make a great first impression with a great title.

Today, update your title and tagline. Show us your personality!

Here’s how:

  1. First, click the button below to open your blog’s Customizer.
  2. Next, click on Site Identity.
  3. Finally, enter your updated title and tagline in the boxes provided, then clickSave & Publish.

Open the Customizer

For a fun, personal title, start by listing some adjectives that describe you, or play with quotes or book titles you love. Learn more in the tools and tips for this assignment.

(Eager to publish again today? Write a post explaining the origin of your new title and tagline!)

Happy blogging,
Michelle W. and the Team

My current blog title is John Jr’s Dream Blog, and my current blog tagline is Dreams In The Time Of Sleep which was inspired by the music album Love In The Time Of Science by Emilíana Torrini.

The end,

-John Jr



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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Leap, and this is what it said:

Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt.

Not sure how to participate?

Here are the steps to get started.

And this is my response:

Today’s Daily Prompt failed to share what today’s one-word prompt even is, I assume that the title of this Daily Prompt “Leap” is the word that we are supposed to use based off of the featured image used for this Daily Prompt, but I could be wrong; if so that word should have been put in the Daily Prompt itself to make this clear.

That being said the only leap of today so far is the leap of faith required to do today’s Daily Prompt. 😀

The end,

-John Jr


Mad Libs

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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called Mad Libs, and this is what it said:

Turn to your co-workers, kids, Facebook friends, family — anyone who’s accessible — and ask them to suggest an article, an adjective, and a noun.

There’s your post title!

Now write.

And this is my response:

I asked my brother GC and he provided me with this article, adjective, and noun: “An Odd Question.”.

An Odd Question

Today I was asked an odd question that left me a bit confused at first, an article, what kind and what is that; and if they are referring to the grammar term article is that an, a, and the (and sometimes some)?

I checked on Wikipedia to make sure: article (grammar), and here are the Wikipedia articles for adjective and noun and mad libs for those who are not sure about what those mean.

I wondered how were people who were alone would be able to answer this Daily Prompt, and this Daily Prompt seemed a bit inconsiderate to me; and I felt that this Daily Prompt should have been more clear, and that it should have provided in-text links that would define those terms and that they should have more clearly said what they want you to write about.

Also for almost a month or for a month now there has been a bug where the Daily Prompts do not show up in the Reader so you have to be following by email or manually to even know that a Daily Prompt is released each day, I reported this bug twice to the Staff and it was acknowledged as a bug and they said that they were working on it, but it still has not been fixed yet weeks later; and so it would be nice if they could fix this, and I would recommend that other people also report this to them too ( Contact Page if you have noticed this same bug.

The end,

-John Jr


This Is Your Song


This is the cover art for the album 5:55 by the artist Charlotte Gainsbourg. The cover art copyright is believed to belong to the label, Because Music, Atlantic, Vice, or the graphic artist(s).

The cover art can be obtained from Because Music, Atlantic, Vice.

Portion used	

The entire cover: because the image is cover art, a form of product packaging, the entire image is needed to identify the product, properly convey the meaning and branding intended, and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the image.
Low resolution?	

The copy is of sufficient resolution for commentary and identification but lower resolution than the original cover. Copies made from it will be of inferior quality, unsuitable as artwork on pirate versions or other uses that would compete with the commercial purpose of the original artwork.
Purpose of use	

Main infobox. The image is used for identification in the context of critical commentary of the work for which it serves as cover art. It makes a significant contribution to the user's understanding of the article, which could not practically be conveyed by words alone. The image is placed in the infobox at the top of the article discussing the work, to show the primary visual image associated with the work, and to help the user quickly identify the work and know they have found what they are looking for. Use for this purpose does not compete with the purposes of the original artwork, namely the artist's providing graphic design services to music concerns and in turn marketing music to the public.

As musical cover art, the image is not replaceable by free content; any other image that shows the packaging of the music would also be copyrighted, and any version that is not true to the original would be inadequate for identification or commentary.
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Use of the cover art in the article complies with Wikipedia non-free content policy and fair use under United States copyright law as described above.
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The Daily Post had a Daily Prompt today called This Is Your Song, and this is what it said:

Take a line from a song that you love or connect with.

Turn that line into the title of your post.