In this dream, I was dreaming about at least three website bids given to The BP Library for consideration for our future website by at least three different website development companies, and some of my coworkers were in the dream with me.
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This dream involved a younger Bolo Yeung and / or his son or a family member who looked like him & some of this family having fun competing against & with each other in bodybuilding / weightlifting, martial arts, and sports; but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream was interesting because it seemed to be a semi-dream / semi-daydream that I kept going in & out of, at times it was like I was partly awake, at times it was semi-lucid or almost lucid where I was not sure if I was dreaming or not.
The dream involved me playing Fallout 4 working on settlements, then I was blogging on my WordPress.com blog typing the dream, so maybe it was a semi-false awakening dream at this point.
During the times that I was possibly moving back & forth between partly awake & partly sleep I was able to visualize the text in my blog post & I was able to visualize 4 YouTube videos about Fallout 4 that I was able to copy & paste into my blog post that I was typing, and I was able to keep coming back to this & adjusting it each time that it kept fading away.
The videos seemed so real, my mind somehow made up its own Fallout 4 YouTube videos, I tried to capture the names in my mind so that I could remember them when I wake up for good but I could not.
It was interesting & amazing how my mind was able to hold & create & recreate this information each time that I tried to think about it & continue it & remember it, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
What is it?
Below is an outdated segment from my About Page where I gave some blogging advice for WordPress.com users, I may update it one day, I wanted to remove it from my About Page so that I could shorten that page, and so I am making it its own post that can be updated & referred to later if I ever bother to update it one day.
I recommend following WordPress.com News, possibly participating in the Blogging University, following WordPress Tavern, reading Learn WordPress.com, searching on WordPress.com Support when you need help with something on WordPress.com, contacting the WordPress.com Staff for help using their Contact Page or by emailing them at email@example.com, and getting help from the WordPress.com Community by using the WordPress.com Forums.
WordPress Tavern has a post called First Look at Twenty Twenty-One, WordPress’s Upcoming Default Theme – WordPress Tavern about the upcoming WordPress default theme Twenty Twenty-One: