Not dead yet

Well, internet, it's been a few years and a few Blogger upgrades and many many many undocumented dreams since last we exchanged stories. But I couldn't let this site just go away.

We compiled a treasure trove of brain activity that I still love reading through. Nothing like being reminded of a crazy dream you had a long time ago and reliving it because you got all the details written down.

I've been noticing lately that my dreaming is increasingly sporadic (a lack of consistent, good sleep has a lot to do with that, I'm sure, and that stems from my demanding schedule as a mom and a manager). But I can't help but think that because I am not spending any time remembering and documenting my dreams, I am not feeding the meter, so to speak, for my future dreams. I'm not watering the little potted plant that is my subconscious mind and it's done a bit of drying up because of my neglect. Considering how much I love dreaming and lucid dreaming in particular, I feel like this is a horse I need to get back on.

 I will give you a second to count the dumb metaphors I just used.


I have given the site a bit of a visual facelift and updated it so that it's more responsive both for basic browsers and on mobile. Truthfully, I wanted to port this baby over to a free Wordpress domain but they aren't so keen on the hyphens in the URLs and I didn't want to spend a lot of time thinking of a new name. (The name without the hyphen is taken, of course.) So I will use this as a chance to get reacquainted with Blogger and possibly even Google+ (just kidding; get that shit away from me).

So here begins the effort to rekindle my dream blogging. I'm going to invite some of the authors of the Nocturnal Admissions of yore to do the same, if they are still hip to this blogging thing that more or less disappeared thanks to the Facetubes.

 Dreams are still the kind of thing you can't capture in 140 characters so let's get it down in long form, shall we?