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01 March 2010 @ 08:48 am
Can anyone explain  
why I spent the entire night dreaming that I'd agreed to teach a class on worker's compensation law this coming Saturday, and why in the world I thought I could derive eight hours worth of information on the topic from the material I use for the Certified Administrative Professionals review class that I really do teach?

Run-on sentence is run-on. *nods*
 
 
 
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Tom the Alien Cattomtac on March 2nd, 2010 12:07 am (UTC)
> Can anyone explain why I spent the entire night dreaming
> that I'd agreed to teach a class on worker's compensation law
> this coming Saturday, and why in the world I thought I could
> derive eight hours worth of information on the topic from the
> material I use for the Certified Administrative Professionals
> review class that I really do teach?

Easy. There is a sleep booth on New Pandora where your body is supposed to be resting from a day of teaching workman's compensation law, but instead your avatar here is typing about about teaching a CAP review class on Earth.
Janet Miles, CAP-OM: Strunk&Whitejanetmiles on March 2nd, 2010 01:53 am (UTC)
Eek.
Ayesha: Coruscantbrowngirl on March 2nd, 2010 02:25 am (UTC)
What an excellent and terrifying answer.
Tom the Alien Cattomtac on March 10th, 2010 11:33 am (UTC)
I really am quite complimented by both of these comments. Thanks you. I am like lots of people in that I also have dreams about work, in which I work.

('The Lathe of Heaven' is one of my favorite books.)

One of my concerns is that I will spend decades achieving my goals. Then, just as I succeed, I will wake up and find it was another dream.