I was dreaming not that long ago. Said dreams included water imagery that'd make Russell Mulcahy proud (a river I was walking along turned into a road), Sigourney Weaver playing loudly with Star Wars toys, and an aquarium that presumably held sharks. I never saw said sharks, but the speakers in the building were playing the Jaws theme. This could almost be a scene from Family Guy.
Speaking of speakers, I also walked up to a church where the outdoor sound system was blasting out The Beatles's "Revolution No. 9." I'm still not sure what that means, if anything.
And at another point, there was snuggling, of the in-bed sort. (So that's what Courtney Cox is like in bed! In, at least, my dreams. David Arquette is a lucky man...)
The bad news: I'm down one computer. Fortunately I have two computers (connected to different networks for different tasks), and I can work on the working one.
In nicer news, the tech people are looking into what's causing that one computer's problems, and when I put my headphones back to listen to music, the radio was playing "Here Comes the Rain Again" by the Eurythmics. That's one of my longtime comfort songs. (And the orchestra was by my guy Michael Kamen.)
In "Whuh?" news, I opened a box of raisins for a snack and noticed that box's slogan on the flap. That slogan was "A handful of raisins is like a bunch of smiles in your mouth."
Uh...where else would your smiles be? (And if anyone answers, KEEP THEM CLEAN.)
Okay, back to the work I can do...
I've said it before, I'll say it again: Being an adult means you can decide to have bacon for dinner.