how predictable is your saturday?
this is a photograph of billy in the moonlight that i took last night as he was sleeping by the open window in my bedroom. the curtains had been pulled back so that more air (any breeze, really) could enter unencumbered by even the thinnest of sheers. i know, you think my wits have left me, but you must believe me when i tell you that is a photograph of billy in the moonlight. or you could consider this photograph a palate/palette cleanser.
but back to our topic of discussion: reverie, day-dreaming (even night-dreaming), head-in-the-clouds. have you ever considered following those fantasies? letting them become your reality? would that frighten you or would it make you feel good?
on the one hand, your real life does have boundaries and perhaps your dreams do not. how can you take those dreams though and express them within those boundaries? if you look at your real life and its structure, a structure that you have to work within (a discipline, if you will) could you not accept that as the outline of your creativity? i’m curious. you tell me.