In My Dreams

I’ve posted several posts on the  odd twists and turns my brain takes while I’m sleeping.  See here.  And here.  And another one.  And this oneAutoCAD dream

But I haven’t said much on my day dreams, on where my mind goes when I zone out and imagine my perfect world.  Here’s a short list (in no particular order) of what I would do if I had all the time/money/free baby-sitting:

1) write.  alot. every day (i felt like it.)

2) travel.  visit every city where i know someone and every place i’ve ever thought would be cool.

3) drive kyle busch’s camry.  it’s way cooler then my camry.

4) grow a huge garden.

5) take my kids to see the ocean.

6) take every math class i could.  it’s sick, i know.

7) finish my english degree.

8 ) volunteer to help domestic abuse survivors.

9) find Someone.

10) used book stores!

11) host lots of parties and get togethers.

12) find all the friends i forgot to keep in touch with when i should have.

13) cook.  bake. 

14) design and build my “dream home”

15) never have to stop writing just because i’m out of time!

About m

My ego wants to think I'm a writer but my heart knows I'm just another one of God's Kids who sometimes has words to say. 2 human kids and 3 feline kids call me Mom. Or Mooooooom. Or mewom, depending which you ask. I'm kinda-sorta busy being a student again; this time I signed myself up for a bizarre torture known as Graduate School. Theoretically in 4ish years I'll have earned some more nice letters to put with my name. Let's face it, I'm addicted to learning and probably need rehab to restore me to sanity and remove the obsession to read books. I don't remember what free time is but I think I like to spend it sleeping or playing in the mud on a river bank.
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2 Responses to In My Dreams

  1. oldwomaninashoe says:

    So familiar. Reading this, I recalled that I promised at age 12 to build myself a castle. I studied online and everything. I said by 21 I would at least have it started. Well I’m 31, soon to be 32. 20 years later, and still just a dream. Keep posting, you have me having good daydreams too.


    • m says:

      It’s so easy to grow up and forget to dream, and so sad too. I know that reality is that they are only dreams, that I may never see any of them come to pass, but they are still important. Dreams are part of having hope, of not getting bogged down in the day-to-day grind. Never quit dreaming!


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