I've never heard that one
. All my dreams are in colour. I don't ever remember dreaming in black & white.
I have quite a lot of vivid dreams (which is probably due to the melatonin) so I remember several of them. Some of the shit my brain comes up with to "entertain" itself is pretty pathetic, lol. To this day I will still have stress dreams about going to school and not knowing what my classes are. I haven't been to school in 5 and a half years! If it's not that it's a dream about my mum forgetting to pick me up from somewhere and me being really mad at her. Which is more realistic but it's only happened a couple of times in my life. I'm not even angry at my mum usually, or at least not enough to take it out on her in a dream I wouldn't have thought
Interestingly I very rarely dream about anime/anime characters. My dreams tend to involve real people, or a screen full of text (or my cats). I also don't have many fantastical dreams and they all tend to be (mostly) grounded in reality. I guess even subconsciously I can't make up imaginary shit, lol.
Also, I hope everyone's having a good end of year festive/holiday season, even if you don't celebrate Christmas and the like. We're staying with my mum's sister and her family down south. It's really nice here (it's a very touristy place and I can understand the appeal!) and their house is on a hill overlooking a lake and some mountains. We have a lot of mountains here and they still have a little bit of snow on them even though it's summer... Wellington had no snow at all.
The only thing is that I miss my cats, of course. The people we're staying with don't have any pets (they're too busy for them and I don't think they're really animal people to begin with) and I feel a bit empty if I'm somewhere that doesn't have any animals. Give me my cute wee furry critters!
Speaking of furry things, on our way down here we stopped at an alpaca farm of all places! My mum knows the husband of the woman who owns it (they went to high school together about 40 years ago). Alpacas are pretty neat. And very soft. And friendly. We got to feed them and pat them. They had three babies in the herd, one of which was only about 5 days old. I got to pat it since it kept coming up and sniffing me and the mum could tell I wasn't going to hurt it. I could stroke a baby alpaca forever
I still don't post much but that's entirely because I'm spewing all my thoughts on Twitter still. Most of which are related to a certain ice skating anime at the moment
. I still check JPlop multiple times a day just in case anything of note is happening in the fandom, however.