Imagine you’ve just gotten back from a summer-long family vacation.
Maybe your relatives are filthy-stinking rich and all booked rooms at the same fancy hotel. Maybe it’s got an indoor pool.
Dream logic is hilarious like that. No one spends an entire month in the same hotel with their relatives—never mind enjoying themselves.
Anyway, it’s now the morning of your first day of school and you realize you’ve completely forgotten not one but two assignments: one is an essay, 1000 words long, which must include quotes; the other is a digital art piece.
The essay is your part of a project; you need that done and sent along to your partner before class in a couple of hours. The art piece is for another class—also due today. You’ve finished similar pieces in under two hours before, but you still have to get dressed and ready for school, and your parents are more concerned with punctuality than your academic standing.
Again, dream logic.