Midnight Tea Party
I admit, I'm really bad about daydreaming. I've had this problem my entire life. I'm not really sure what to do about it, but I caught myself daydreaming after Thanksgiving dinner. My husband and I went to his parents house for dinner, and after thoroughly stuffing ourselves into a food coma, it was hard not to drift off into la la land. We were all sitting around the table, drinking coffee, trying to fight the effects of the turkey, when I had this lovely little fantasy of a boat floating around in my coffee with the reflection of the moonlight dancing in the water. Then I suddenly realized....I brought my camera! I never bring my camera. It's a really bad habit and I'm trying to get better about it. I can't tell you how many times I've said, "damn it, I wish I had my camera!"
So I had a little back and forth argument in my head....Do I risk looking like a crazy person and have a little mini photo shoot of a tea cup right here at Thanksgiving dinner? Or do I act like a normal person and mind my manners at the diner table? Hmmmm.....I choose..... crazy person! So, I ran into the living room to get my camera....ok, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration. I casually strolled into the living room all nonchalant like. lol
Long story short...I'm pretty sure my mother-in-law thinks I'm nuts! haha! I told her I was having a "creative moment"... she seemed to be pretty understanding about it. Besides, who wants to be "normal" anyways? Aren't the most interesting and creative people a little nutty? Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go find my marbles. I lost them somewhere. Have you seen them?