I don't know if I believe anyone dreams in black and white.

Good Morning -

I woke this morning from a dream of going to Sam's Club and realizing I forgot my wallet at home.  The night before, the 80's singer "Samantha Fox" was in my dream hanging out with me and it was circa 1989 or so.  The night before that, I had spent the whole dream in my pink pajama pants with a pale yellow t-shirt on... I don't recall the dream but I do recall what I was wearing in the dream because of the colors and the fact that I was wearing my pink pajama pants in real life too.  

Once, as a kid, I read a 'fact' that said most people dreamed in black and white.  That 'fact' had always stuck with me because I've never in my life dreamed in black and white.  As far back as I can remember, my dreams have always been in color - and I've usually remembered my dreams upon waking.  I may lose the memory later that morning or that day if I don't think about it or didn't care about it - but most all my dreams are remembered at least a bit.

I don't know if I believe anyone dreams in black and white.  Why would you?  Your brain comes up with dreams based on snippets of things you've seen, heard, thought; people, places, things, yada yada and all that is in color.  How would your brain turn 'off' seeing and thinking (dreaming) in color when your entire existence is in color.  Wouldn't you dream what you see?  What you know?



Pondering over Coffee:

Evil is no longer hiding.
It's right out in the open.
And in many cases, being celebrated.
What does that mean for us?  What does that mean for our future?




Smiling over Coffee:   The reason Mayberry was so peaceful and quiet was because nobody was married.




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