"The Dream" by Edouard Detaille. Soldiers dreaming about glory. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
It's A to Z Challenge Reflections week in case anyone is not yet aware. If you have anything to say about the April Challenge, put up your post before Saturday night and then add the link to that post on the list which can be found at the A to Z Blog. We want to know what you think about the Challenge. Since my focus is on the A to Z Reflections posts this week, my entry here today will be themed as such.
My sleep dreams have been relegated to the back of my mind of late. With the Challenge and the Reflections and all of the related catching up with things, I have dreamed during sleep. I remember the dreams--sometimes vividly. Then I stop thinking of them and busy myself with other things until the dreams are completely forgotten. It's been like this for a month and a half now. I've been too busy to bother with dreams--waking or sleeping.
What I have noticed about what I do remember about my dreams is that they mostly were related to blogging. A few times I even awoke from dreams about blogging to go to my computer and check my blog--to see if my daily offering had posted yet, to check if I had gotten any new comments, or to begin another blog post that I had thought of while dreaming.
Have you ever been so focused on something that you thought about it when you were awake and asleep? Do you often dream about work or things you are responsible for getting done? How often are your dreams pure escapism?