I know exactly when I drew that first strip: it was while I was on a "well-being" program of a few days, and it was still a time when I found it difficult to take real breaks from comics and worked in the evening to try and keep up with the three-times-a-week schedule that was GGaR.
So I needed something that was fast to draw, that didn't need much sketching before-hand ('cause I still did all my strips sketched in pencil before scanning and digitally inking afterwards, and this one strip didn't have any traditional sketch because I had no scanner to make it work!) and I was very satisfied with the result, probably felt inspired by everything I lived in that program too, and was happy to see that readers loved it too!
And the second strip gives me a bit of nostalgia for when I could push lucid dreams to exactly what Lillian is describing them as: I remember being so excited to discover I could touch objects and textures in those dreams and really feel them just like real life (as LT says). I felt like an explorer of an unknown world full of potential and magic :)
--> This is a rerun of the finished webcomic Go Get a Roomie! You can find these two strips in the old archive >here<!