I daytime dream while walking — looking at the sky, flowers, sun, water and sand.
Sometimes I even say”hello” to the passing dogs and their owners!
Inspiration for me comes from opening my senses.
Today I found the following from a “Daily Quotes” email.
They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.Edgar Allan Poe This quote originally appeared in one of Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories, “Eleonora: A Fable,” first published in 1842. “Eleonora” is a poignant love story that some Poe scholars believe was at least partially autobiographical, and is arguably one of Poe’s finest stories. With this line, Poe points out that if our dreams are limited to sleep, we ignore the endless possibilities our waking imagination can unlock.