Working At The Nuka-World Library?

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Last night I went to bed very late and I did not voice record my dreams during the night, so I forgot most of my remembered dreams, and at the end I kept waking up and going back to a light sleep returning to a dream and continuing it where it left off and this happened many times with the same dream continuing each time that I went back to sleep.

That dream was inspired by me playing some of the video game expansion pack / DLC Fallout 4: Nuka-World last night.


A Teacher(s) March / Parade?

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I barely remember part of the end of one dream, which took place during the day in a fictional place, and I was around an area where I think teachers were preparing for a march / parade on a road.

The teachers had different titles / ranks with symbols (medals/whatever) to symbolize their ranks(titles)/pay-grades/social standings(power) / et cetera a bit like a military-like organization or something, and they seemed to take this march/parade seriously.

It seemed that they marched/paraded at least once a year in this march/parade, and they had their own traditions for this.

I watched and maybe talked to a few teachers as I watched them prepare, practice, et cetera.

It all reminded me of the military preparing for marching in a parade, they had formations / stances, flags or banners or whatever, teachers who led the marches, et cetera.

I just watched and asked questions here & there trying to watch/learn/figure out what was going on, and it all seemed very strictly put together with formal rules/et cetera; but I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr