11/6/15 Friday: An Addendum to Yesterday’s California Dreamin’

Since I got a worried mid-day call from my parents, who read yesterday’s post and wanted to make sure I hadn’t lost my mind, quit my job, and fled to California, I thought I’d point out that any post tagged “California dreaming” is somehow related to my love affair with the Golden State (California) whether literally or metaphorically, while posts tagged “dreamwork” are journal accounts of dreams I had while asleep (usually at night).

So concerned readers should know that posts so tagged (above) probably don’t mean that I have gone off the rails, quit my job, or moved to California without a job.

Ok.  Thanks!



  1. November 6, 2015 at 12:42 pm

    As one of the parents referenced above, let me just say that I figured out the distinction you make while I was finishing my walk, but after I’d mentioned the post to Mom. And, to her credit, Mom had said that she doubted the post was “real,” because obviously you were more level-headed than that. . . .

    • greenfae said,

      November 6, 2015 at 12:53 pm

      I know , but after you misunderstood it, it occurred to me that people I work with may also read this blog occasionally since it’s publicised on Facebook. So I wanted to make sure that my terminology was crystal clear, so that there would be no inconvenient or awkward misinterpretations made.

  2. Faith Lamplugh said,

    November 7, 2015 at 11:13 am

    Thanks for the clarification, Jim. I think we had yesterday’s post figured out but just had to confirm. It was good talking to you anyway.

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