I dreamed that I had signed up to compete Adult Silver at a club competition (US) but no one else signed up for that event, so for some reason they allowed me to skate in the Intermediate short program instead. I was using my Adult Bronze music anyway, so the music was the right length. I had the warmup to figure out what elements I was going to do and how to arrange them. In the warmup tried to overrotate a flip so it would look like an attempted double, but I barely got off the ice with barely enough rotation for a single. Then I tried a loop from traveling threes and I was able to overrotate that by a significant amount , so I decided to use that as the solo double. I ended up starting with the step sequence (I could even tell you what the steps were for the first half of the sequence) and then in some order I did BO spiral into 2S+1T combo (clean, and legal in intermediate SP), tiny traveling threes into tiny 2Lo<<, layback, 1A not-clean in some unspecified way, and combo spin with camel/layback - back "intermediate" sit and I hope enough back upright revolutions on the end to count as a basic position on the second foot. Funny that I was so aware of the actual intermediate SP rules in my sleep. In the dream my skill level was sort of a mix of my jumping ability from 10+ years ago and spin and step skills from more recent years, which added up to what you might see from the very worst teenager who could barely pass the intermediate test. But I didn't fall in this dream event so I placed next-to-last. And now I will go skate this afternoon for real after a few weeks off and I won't be able to do any of that stuff in real life.