Dreamzoning is the catch phrase this week.
Dear Heaens, of course, I daydream. It's all I do. It's part of my job as a writer. Back in the day Warner Brother Looney Tunes cartoons did stories about a little kid named Ralphie Phillips. That was his job too.
Inevitably, no matter what he was supposed to be doing ARalphie would spin off in his own head and be off on another adventure. first time I saw one of those cartoons I thought that at last somebody understood me.
I still feel that way.
It's my job to imagine new place, new situations, and then dream up the people to explore them.
If you write fiction, or want to write fiction, what could possibly be more important/
Oh, to be sure there's the craft of writing, but with9utmthe dreams, there are no stories to tell.
I have so many tales to tell! I'm late on one of them right now, actually, two of them, so back to it for me.
Good luck with the dreams. Make the time for them.