We’ve all seen your plugs and outlets, your peanut butters and jellies, your Jack Skellingtons and Sallies, your Marios and Luigis, your Fred and Wilma Flintstones – but, how often do you see a deer and headlights, or a Bob Ross and Canvas?
Vivid, colorful imagery; stomach-dropping falls; jumbled conversations. Dreams are brimming with sensory information, whether you’re running from “Slenderman,” shaking hands with a celebrity, or screaming because you forgot to wear pants to school.
Where does this sensory information come from? How does blindness affect your dreams?
As you’re laying in bed, toughing it through another night of your thoughts running laps around your brain, you glance over at your phone. The clock reads “5:24 AM.” You have to be up by 6:00, but you haven’t slept a wink all night.
Warm, golden-hued leaves paint themselves across the horizon as pumpkin-flavoured everything fills our bellies. Ah, yes, autumn is upon us. With a slew of holidays right around the corner, ‘tis the season to embrace our inner interior designer.