I haven’t had a lot of brain-space in the last few years to hold much other than the here-and-now. (Often, I haven’t even held that very well, but that’s a story for another time.) I have had some good ideas here and there, like Wholesome Hounds, but there hasn’t been much focus on longterm goals or fancy.
Sunday’s daydream was a rare peak into what my mind can accomplish now that I don’t have to be so insanely lasered-in on finances. Or, more accurately, now that I don’t have to work extremely hard to control my mind and not to freak out about finances all the time.
In it, I was sitting on a stool in front of a small group of people in a bookstore. I was reading from something I wrote, and people were listening. To me! Reading something I wrote! I was confident and comfortable, and it felt really, really good.
Now, I know this is not real, but it was an exciting step in the right direction. And since I’m now writing everyday, it’s a dream that is that much closer to becoming a reality.