What a day for a daydream…

“What a day for a day dream…custom made for a daydreamin’ girl.” (Lyrics from the musical group The Lovin’ Spoonful during the late 1960’s and the words were actually “custom made for a daydreamin’ boy”, so I took a little bit of liberty here.

Still whether you are a boy or girl (or cat? Giggle!) the thought holds true.

Do you daydream? I hope so. Did you know that the meaning of daydream is – a dreamlike musing or fantasy while awake, especially of the fulfillment of wishes or hopes. (Okay so franky may not be in tune with the whole…while awake…approach but I’m sure he’s daydreamin’.)

I, for one, am most definitely a daydreamer. I’m guessing I excel in that area. Nothing can surpass the imagination when it comes to thinking about where we’d like to be, what we’d like to do and what we wish would happen. And often dreams can lead to inspiration which leads to motivation which leads us to…the actual fulfillment of the dream.

So if you’re not a daydreamer…perhaps you should be. Give it some thought…daydream about it.

Have a very relaxing and happy Sunday and may all your daydreams come true!

18 thoughts on “What a day for a daydream…

  1. The Lovin’ Spoonful may be my favorite pop group of the 60s…. there’s some stiff competition, but I really enjoy their bluesy attitude.

    I don’t find myself literally drifting off into daydreams quite as much as when I was younger, but those were monstrous daydreams that could last for hours. It must have been a bit horrifying for my parents to watch my face as I sat there and stared at nothing! There’s still plenty of daydreaming going on in my brain… just in quicker bursts;)

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