T'sara Vandercross (tsara) wrote,
T'sara Vandercross

And now for the next installment of...

Have you ever wanted to fly? Not in a plane, or like a bird, but just fly. Kinda Superman like. I'll be the first to admit that I still dream of it. Even day dream. How much fun it would be...how relaxing. It makes me think about all the silly little things I used to dream about when I was younger. And then I started thinking deeper into it. I STILL have many of those dreams, though their chances of becoming a reality is zilch. Kind of a shame, but that's the way reality sets in and spanks you and tells you that you have an over-active imagination. But I have to say, my imagination knows no bounds. Some days I'm thankful for that, because I can make a game out of about anything. Other days, I'm not so thankful because I wonder if it gets in the way of my own productivity. Where am I going with this? No clue...I'm just letting my imagination wander. My mom used to tell me that I had to get away from games like D&D and LARP because they were bad for me. They were a distraction from everyday life. What I really wonder though is were they bad for my imagination as well? I can understand what she meant by them being a distraction. I didn't care as much about school, relationships, daily life. I wanted to game. But at the same time, didn't they do good thinsg for me too? Didn't those games help cultivate my imagination so that I can see no boundries in the things I want to do? To always look from a new perspective? A different, possibly more creative way of doing something that I wasn't sure if I could do in the first place? I don't know.
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